"The following is a taste of a highly polished dark psychological thriller.
Logline: A fugitive/businessman suffering from dissociative fugue [a chronic form of amnesia, involving a complete identity transfer) who is a respected member of a friendly community begins to remember his tormented criminal past.
Synopsis: A man happens upon a multiple-auto wreck in the fog. Instead of helping the injured, he robs them, even raping a girl. Later, inspecting the loot in a motel, he discovers a photo of the attractive sister of one of the wreck victims, along with her address; he decides to pay her a visit. He has no way of knowing that the woman is a Ph.D., and hypnotherapist with strong psychic ability. She uses his attempted rape to turn the tables on him, hypnotizing him and programming his future for pain and suffering. She implants him with the identity of a boy who died in adolescence. In the process she violates her own code of ethics and eventually pays a price.
We dissolve 20 years into the future and discover that the man is now the grown up version of the boy, a successful businessman, family man, and respected member of the community. Nott knowing that he's long been suffering from chronic, dissociative amnesia (fugue), he begins to catch glimpses of his past as the reversion to his original personality takes place, just as the psychic planned for him.
He disappears from home and finds himself back at her home, but she's long gone. He is able to track down her brother, a victim of the earlier wreck scene. He learns something of his affliction from the brother, but continues to revert and is eventually found when his car plunges into a river.
The man returns home and finally explains his plight to his wife. Although supported by his family, he continues to become more and more of his original evil self, and to add to his suffering, he's contacted by his degenerate mother, who's recognized him on the news and wants money to shut her up. Also, he's now being tracked by a retired cop who was also a victim at the crash scene.
His reversion now complete, the man flees and has a showdown with his corrupt mother, where she is killed due to an accident that is indirectly his own fault. He is collared and ends up in the county psych ward. While in the process of attempting to see her husband at the ward, the wife encounters the psychic's brother and an eminent German psychologist who have come to the hospital. After some explanation, the wife is also introduced to the psychic, who arrives incognito on the scene. It turns out that she has been in hiding all these years, having faked her death after the encounter at the beginning. Reluctantly, the wife agrees to collaborate with the trio in an attempt to recover her husband's personality. The psychic begins a procedure known as 'the lifting of the veil', risking her own sanity while using her training and experience to penetrate her target's subconscious mind.
The man laughs and invites her in, telling her 'it's your funeral.' In a series of stunning visuals, she hypnotizes the man and gets inside his head, beginning the frightening process of attempting to make his second identiy the dominant, permanent personality. In a nail-biting, emotionally-charged conclusion, she is barely able to pull it off, but she is successful in bringing the family man back as the dominant personality."