Rod Serling would have boiled it down to a taut, 30-minute Twilight Zone
episode; the Wachowski brothers might have pumped it up into an effects-laden, sci-fi spectacle. Actor-turned-director Campbell Scott handles this enigmatic science fiction mystery with such gloomy restraint that it barely moves. That said, it never panders to audience expectations and is exceptionally well acted. Bill Tyler (Denis Leary) awakens in a barely furnished room, in what appears to be some sort of hospital. He's disoriented, highly paranoid and prone to violent mood swings, but has no memory of what has happened, nor does he have any recollection of ever meeting his primary phy...