Before I go to sleep deals with fascinating areas – the human mind, oblivion, anamnesis. Nicole Kidman performed an excellent acting performance. From the beginning, you watch her being
naive willing to trust the man she lives with. Gradually, she becomes a strong woman determined to uncover her own past – despite the fact that every day starts from scratch.
Do you fancy tension from start to finish? You will definitely like this mysterious thriller. It won me over in the first minutes – by playing with memory, with distrust, with the need to build a life all over again every morning.
Christine suffered brain damage a few years ago that always erases her memory during the night. Every morning she has to find out again who she is, what she had been through and who she loves. One day, she finds out a terrifying truth that forces her to question everyone and everything around her.
Who is good and who is bad? Who is lying? These questions come to mind as the woman connects the pieces of the puzzle. In addition, we see the strength and fragility of friendship, betrayal, subconscious knowledge of the person with whom we have experienced something.
The existence of forgetting has never been proved: we only know that some things do not come to mind when we want them.