|Directed by||Roger Cardinal|
|Produced by||Roger Cardinal
|Written by||Robert Bergman|
|Edited by||Jason PJ Deschamps
|Distributed by||Warehouse Films|
|Running time||94 minutes|
Elizabeth Braden (Deborah Kelly) is a promising medical student working with renowned neurosurgeon, Dr. Dietrich (Boxleitner) on a high-tech research facility. Their work consists of finding a drug that would enhance memory. However, Elizabeth wakes up one day realizing that seven days have been stolen from her own memory. To find out what happened, she seeks the help of her friend, Ricky (Eleniak) and her lover, Joel (Matthew Boylan). But she soon realizes that there is nobody she can trust.
The film was shot through several locations on Quebec, Canada. Some of the locations used for the film were John Abbott College, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, and Mirabel International Airport in Montreal, Oka Beach in Oka, and the city of Mirabel.
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