‘Memories are a deadly thing to lose’
Remember Me is a 2022 British mystery psychological thriller film about a young woman who wakes up in a house she doesn’t recognise.
Directed and executive produced by Christopher Jolley (Whisper; writer of The Ghosts of Borley Rectory; Doll House; Scare Attraction; Alfred the Doll; The Haunting of Borley Rectory) – making his feature directorial debut – from a screenplay co-written with Robert Dunn. Produced by Steven M. Smith (director of The Ghosts of Borley Rectory; Dead Again; The Haunting of Borley Rectory; Doll House; Doll Cemetery; The Howling).
The Greenaway Entertainment production stars Jeanie Gold, Eleanor Burke, Penelope Read, Joe Eason, Samuel Jolley, Mike Zepher and Carly Jolley
A young woman named Rose (Eleanor Burke) wakes up in a house she doesn’t recognise. A woman who says she is her mother tells Rose that she is suffering from memory loss and has also lost the ability to walk. As Rose tries to recover, she attempts to piece together how she got here. Not all is what it seems, her mother is hiding something which leads to a dramatic confrontation with the truth that could have fatal consequences…
ITN Distribution will be releasing Remember Me online on a date to be announced.
Cast and characters:
Jeanie Gold … Mum
Eleanor Burke … Rose
Penelope Read … Mother
Joe Eason … Jamie
Samuel Jolley … Young Jamie
Carly Jolley … Clara
Mike Zepher … Dad