Jude’s memory starts to fade. “They say you can’t forget feelings,” Emma says. But what happens when one party has no recollection of the past that led to falling in love? And if memories shape one’s identity, what does it mean for Emma to continue loving someone who is no longer his original self? 

while their old memories might be long gone, an eternal interest remains to make new ones.


When your disaster is everyone’s disaster, how do you grieve?
— Emma

How to build a future if you keep having to rebuilt the past?
— Emma