MURDER IN MIND is a confusing muddle about a psychiatrist using hypnosis to investigate whether a woman murdered her husband. The film is so bogged down with deliberately confusing flashbacks and false memories that it ultimately collapses under the weight of its own cleverness.
Detective Halloway (Jason Scott Lee) arrests Caroline Walker (Mary-Louise Parker) for the gruesome murders of her wealthy husband Peter (Jimmy Smits) and their handyman Charlie (Gailard Sartain). She claims to remember nothing, despite a recording of her 911 call confessing to the crime.
Psychiatrist Dr. Ellis (Nigel Hawthorne) uses hypnosis to help Caroline remember that night. She b...