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“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you might miss it.” – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
“One day, your life will flash before your eyes. Make sure it’s worth watching.” – Gerard Way
Description: September 2001. 22-year-old waitress April Fielding is just like everyone else: trying to piece her life together following the events of the 9/11 attacks, she tries her hardest to pick up her own pieces and make the world a better place — all the while making sure that her own personal wounds from years past don’t open back up.
April gets far more than she bargained for, however, when she pulls a man out of the way of an oncoming car. Known simply as Grant, the young man appears to be suffering from amnesia, — having only a vague idea of where he came from, his history is much of a mystery to himself as it is to April.
After a workplace faux paus, April takes yet another huge risk, — she and Grant embark on a road trip across the Northeast, in search of pieces of Grant’s past. What she doesn’t expect is to find a kindred spirit in her companion, nor pieces of herself that she thought she had lost. Focusing on finding hope after tragedy, Déjà Vu is the story of two young adults on a journey to find themselves, and each other.
TW: Terrorism, death, mentions of suicide/suicidal thoughts, smoking