Clair - who was driving back to the estate at the same time on the same narrow road - had a head-on collision with their car (due to blinding headlights), and everyone was killed.Two of the paramedics at the scene were Nurse Hathaway and Travis.The tagline was misleading: The mind-warping film opened with a hospital patient Simon Cable (Ryan Phillippe) awakening in a hospital with little knowledge (amnesia perhaps? ) and that he had died for two minutes from cardiac arrest following the near-fatal accident -- but he had been revived ("You're as good as new"). He believed he was in a different time period and in the hospital following a different car accident. Jude's Hospital (in Maine) in the year 2000 as the victim of a similar accident, when his older brother Peter (Robert Sean Leonard) died. He was attempting to piece together the experiences of his recent past (he inaccurately thought it was a two year period between 20): The true revelations of what happened came when Simon - with blood literally on his hands - admitted his guilt: "I killed him." In a loathsome act of betrayal, Simon had kissed his brother Peter's fiancee Clair in the estate's sun-room.
With a blood-splattered face, she fled to a nightclub, where she was followed by a haunting Samantha and Azami and saw a decomposed Dax in a bathtub.
Guilt-Ridden and With a Change of Heart, He Attempted to Save His Brother - Simon Struggled to Make Sense of Things and Change the Reality of His Death (While Efforts Were Made to Revive Him), But He Was Not Able to Be Resuscitated Director Roland Suso Richter's enigmatic psychological thriller (direct to video/DVD) was based upon screenwriter Michael Cooney's own play "Point of Death" - a title that gave away the film's entire plot twist premise. And your wife, whose name is Anna, is waiting outside." (The doctor left off four crucial additional words, revealed in the film's ending.) (Spoiler: Simon had died and was not resuscitated!
As in many similar films, such as Jacob's Ladder (1990), Soul Survivors (2001), and The Butterfly Effect (2004), events and people were thoroughly distorted and confused because the protagonist was at the point of death. Jeremy Newman (Stephen Rea) that it was July 29, 2002 (Simon thought it was the year 2000 - he was confused - he heard a doctor say hours! ) A major clue to everything that truly happened was the scene that played next under the credits - hospital staff failed to bring a patient back to life with a defibrillator after a car accident. A second major clue was provided by hospital orderly Travis (Stephen Graham): He thought he had lost two years of his life. In order to recover what you've lost, Simon, we need to find the two points in time and join them."There were lots of confused pathways that he explored as he darted back and forth as a time-traveler between the two years.
Larraz (cult queen Mary Woronov), who urged her to break up with him.
When she returned home, she found that Dax had already suffered a deadly overdose in the bathroom after shooting up.