In 1936, a doctor working on curing diseases discovered that if you could capture the dying breath of someone, after they drank an elixir, inhaling that breath could cure ailments and stop the aging process. It also had the ability for the person who inhaled the substance to obtain some of the memory of the deceased and personality traits. Unfortunately the memories he obtained were from the criminally insane. A box containing the doctors last breath ends up in Baltimore. It is owned by a woman with a terminal disease who ironically runs a curio shop called, "Second Chance."
When 2 people come calling for the box at the same time and is willing to pay huge amounts for it, she becomes suspicious. The movie has a few plot twists.
It was an interesting concept and plot. The cast was less than spectacular. Matthew J. Wright speaks lines that were meant for Nicolas Cage. Tracy Teague was about a C+. Good script. They could have made the vials fancy, more like ampules, and instead of breath looking like black soot, they could have used the glowing white eerie smoke...LIKE THEY SHOW ON THE DISPLAY!
No sex, f-bomb, very brief nudity in the flashback (don't blink).