Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
A restaurateur goes on trial for a pair of unsolved murders based on evidence gathered by a revolutionary new procedure capable of capturing past memories. When Henri Miller collapses during a visit from his clergyman father, he is rushed to the hospital, and convinced to undergo a radical new procedure that allows doctors to examine his memories. As a child Henri endured an exorcism. Ever since that day he detested religion. Now, Henri faces life in prison over the murder of two contractors. As Henri's trial begins, his freedom hangs in the balance of the prosecutor proving him guilty of a crime that he doesn't even remember committing. But Henri's father remembers something, and it's been slowly eating away at his insides for over half-a-century. With the verdict fast approaching, Henry's disturbing memories offer a telling glimpse into his tortured family past.
clergy, contractor, evidence, exorcism, memories, murder, restaurant, trial [courtroom], unsolved