Jay (Nancho Nova) takes Lisa (Emma Suarez) to hospital after witnessing her motorbike crash, and believing her to have amnesia, pretends to be her boyfriend. Spanish director Julio Medem wants to seduce us with a thriller, with the music of Albert Iglesias, and the film opens with the camera moving underwater. Though the initial exposition is stodgy, it soon starts to become mysterious and hypnotic. However the tension dissipates when we relocate to the Red Squirrel campsite, and other characters are introduced. It's hard to accept Jay as a romantic since Nova is such a creepy vampire, but Suarez more than compensates, showing some of the sensuality Sharon Stone released in Basic Instinct, even if Medem is as objectifying as Paul Verhoeven was. The solution to the amnesia is dismissed unsatisfactorily, and when Suarez's husband turns up and we cut to a large pair of scissors, we only have to wait for them to be used grossly. The film has a few stinkers - Medem shouldn't be encouraged to make a musical, some squirrel point of view shots, and a pair of hair-dyed lesbians in the campsite who smile knowingly.