An eerie little fun fact about this film, it was both written, produced, and shot before the Covid-19 pandemic, but the central plot is of that of an invisible virus that ravages society in a terrible way! While this one isn't a brutal respiratory novel coronavirus, it's a neurological virus that comes up just as quick, where the primary symptom is akin to Alzheimer's disease, where the people who contract it begin to slowly lose their memory over time. We are dropped into the opening stages of a relationship with veterinarian Emma (Olivia Cooke) and photographer, Jude (Jack O'Connell). The two meet at the top of a water slide when the pandemic first begins to close things down and the sparks fly between them, prompting the couple to move faster than normal. After a short period of time, they even get married at the courthouse, but they also begin to notice a couple of their friends having memory issues within their inner circle. Forgetting events, favorite songs, how to play instruments, and it's only getting progressively worse. Then one day Jude begins to have memories slip and suddenly we are dropped into his disconnection and deterioration of memories as the virus gets worse and worse. Emma does everything in her power to try and keep him with her, leaving notes, taking pictures, trying to get medical help, but the unknown nature of the condition seems to be tearing apart their relationship before it even fully develops. We know the virus causes memory loss in the movie, but as the audience, we certainly aren't going to forget the always stunning Olivia Cooke in the lead role, showing some undies and pokies in a few scenes. Maybe some more skin will help jog our memory!