Synopses & Reviews
Anna Weiss, a specialist in revealing "lost" memories, helps twenty-year-old Lynn "remember" a long history of sexual abuse by her father. But are they real memories or dark auto-suggestions? Her father, shattered and angry, protests his innocence, but observes: "I can't win.... If I do remember then I'm obviously, guilty. If I don't remember, I'm still guilty because I'm 'in denial.'"
An explosive and disturbing play about the phenomenon of False Memory Syndrome by an acclaimed Scottish playwright.