The Red Notebook - Helene…Helene, look…the line on the monitor’s rising Summary & Analysis

Antoine Laurain
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Laure finally comes out of her coma. The doctors test her memory, but she seems to remember everything leading up to the night of the attack. William is back from his trip and asks her about Laurent, but she has no idea who that is. At the same time, Laurent is delivering the keys to William’s workplace. He feels guilty about what he did. William is conflicted. The doctor insists that Laure’s memory is fine, and Laurent must have been a stranger. William wants to believe that, but he can’t figure out how Laurent knew so many things about Laure. William returns to work to tell everyone the good news, when he finds out that Laurent has dropped off the keys. Back at the hospital, Laure’s doctor finishes clearing her, and...

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