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Random information on the term “Unforgettable”:
Unforgettable is a 1996 science fiction erotic thriller film directed by John Dahl and starring Ray Liotta and Linda Fiorentino. The film is about a man named David Krane (Liotta), who is obsessed with finding out who murdered his wife.
John Dahl’s follow up to his critically acclaimed 1994 film, The Last Seduction, Unforgettable was a critical and box office failure, only earning less than $3 million in the United States.
Seattle Medical Examiner Dr. David Krane (Ray Liotta) arrives at a crime scene, an apparent drug store robbery. He finds a matchbook that reminds him of a similar matchbook found at the scene of his wife Mary’s murder. He convinced that the killer is the same man who killed his wife. He approaches Detective Don Bresler (Peter Coyote), insisting that, should he find a suspect, to interrogate them about his wife’s murder.
Later, Krane goes to a dinner where Dr. Martha Briggs (Linda Fiorentino) gives a lecture on her experiment to transfer memories. She tells Krane that neuro-peptides are used in forming memories and can be retrieved from Cerebral Spinal Fluid (CSF). She has created a serum designed to facilitate the memory transfer process but an external stimulus similar to the memory must also be present for the memories to successfully imprint on the recipient. When Dr. Krane learns human trials are many years away, he says he would volunteer to try the serum, but Dr. Briggs refuses.