Kay is a watch maker, who through a series of disturbing flashbacks,
realises that there is more to his life than he ever knew.
As Eddy investigates his past, he realises the people who
are responsible for his bizarre visions want his dead at any
cost. He will do anything to uncover the truth though it may
mean losing his life. With no other help in sight, he enlists
the aid of the beautiful and intelligent psychiatrist Dr.
Nolmar, and together they must help each other to solve the
mystery of Eddy's past before it kills them both...
from 1991 stars Michael (never quite as famous as he should
have been) Biehn as the watch maker with a secret past. Patsy
Kensit co-stars as the slightly wooden doctor who is dragged
along, kicking and screaming, for the ride.
is potential in this movie - it certainly has it's moments.
The viewer, like Eddy Kay, is never really sure about what
is going on until the final moments. Is Kay good or bad? Is
he insane or are the flashbacks he sees real? These questions
and more are cleverly revealed throughout the movies duration.
product placement in this movie is verging on the ridiculous.
There is a TV ad for Micholob which slaps you in the face,
but by far the worst offender is a serious plug for Evian.
Kensit holds the bottle up for all to see and states, straight
faced: "Do you want some? Studies prove it will help
you live longer." Really? Evian must have paid a small
fortune to have that included in the script.
is a pretty watchable movie - if you ignore the early '90s
fashion, the needless pornographic images, the over the top
advertising and the rubber bat (watch out for it - it will
make you laugh).
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