International cover girl, Emmanuelle Richmond Morgan, is in a clinic near Manhattan suffering memory loss. Her physician, Paul, a Freudian, pays her special attention, making his wife jealous. He interviews Emmanuelle daily, asking her to record memories on tape. He interviews a photographer with whom she worked, her father, and her husband, from whom she's been separated two years. Her memories of each of them differ sharply from their own. In flashbacks we see both versions. Gradually her memories clear as she parties with another patient, Paul's niece Sharon. Besides Emmanuelle's memory block, is everyone else telling the truth? Can Paul help her remember and heal?
Did You Know?
Is doing it with your patients considered part of the cure?
Heh, no, I'm sorry to say it isn't. You know that it's symptomatic of this kind of neurosis to want to go to bed with your analyst. You can find it in the works of Freud, for example.
I can? Up your fat fanny with you and your Freud!
Going To Hawaii
Written by Don Powell
Performed by The Peppers
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