|Directed by||Campbell Scott|
|Written by||Bruce McIntosh|
|Screenplay by||Bruce McIntosh|
J. C. MacKenzie
|Music by||Guy Davis|
|Edited by||Andy Keir|
|Distributed by||Lions Gate Films
|Running time||111 minutes|
Bill wakes up from a coma in a psychiatric hospital, suffering from delusions that he is about to be executed by a futuristic society which has unfrozen him from a past experiment in cryonics and tissue regeneration. Under the care of Ann, his psychiatrist, he starts remembering trauma from his pre-coma life, including the death of his father, a breakup with his fiancee, and a drunken binge while driving. He begins to recover from his mental breakdown, yet his delusions do not cease. As the truth unravels, he discovers that his delusions may be closer to the truth than the reality he was told of by his caregivers.
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- A. O. Scott (December 7, 2001). "FILM REVIEW; He May Be Institutionalized, But His Delusions Seem Real". The New York Times. Retrieved December 28, 2008.
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