What if you woke up to not recognizing anybody’s face you used to know, not even your own? After witnessing a brutal murder and a brief struggle with the killer she falls from a bridge and suffers a brutal blow to the head on the way down. Waking up only to find she suffers from Prosopagnosia, also known as face blindness. Every time she sees someone she knew their face can be the same or one of thousands of faces her brain chooses, even her own face. It’s gets freaky the first couple times she turns around and it’s somebody completely different, oh wait, no, that ‘s the same person it’s just somebody different to her. Okay, just take a breath, push play again. That would mess with most of us on an extreme level. But she chooses not to live a life of depression and exile, she wants her life back and is willing to fight for it. She not only has to deal with her new found disability but a killer won’t stop until she’s dead. After all she’s seen his face right? To her anybody could be the killer. Dealing with this unusual ailment along with PTSD from the whole experience is intense for her. The overall performance Milla gives in incredible. Watching her try to put her life back together and figure out who’s after her is quite a suspenseful and emotional journey for her and for us watching it play out. This is a really great mystery/thriller that will leaving you guessing all the way until the reveal. Pay attention and try to blink every now and in all the spots it picks up the intensity of the situation. Those who love a good mystery/thriller need to watch this.