NARRATOR (O.S.): Do you dream of a vacation at the bottom of the ocean...
JUMP CUT: The Fellow now appears in a poverty level apartment, alone, surrounded by a pile of bills.
NARRATOR (O.S.): ...but you can't float the bill?
A SOPHISTICATED WOMAN skis to a stop next to a flock of penguins.
NARRATOR (O.S.): Would you like to ski Antarctica...
JUMP CUT: The same woman, now in an office, is surrounded by ten employees, all demanding decisions.
NARRATOR (O.S.): ...but you're snowed under with work?
A SPORTSMAN in a space suit climbs up the pyramidal mountain from Quaid's dream.
NARRATOR (O.S.): Have you always wanted to climb the mountains of Mars...
JUMP CUT: The Sportsman is now an OLD MAN creeping up a STAIRCASE.
NARRATOR (O.S.): ...but now you're over the hill? --Then come to Rekall, Incorporated...
STAIRCASE REFLECTED IN PUPIL OF EYE
Rapid PULLBACK to FACE OF DR. EDGEMAR, a professional gentleman. He is the narrator we've been hearing.
DR. EDGEMAR: ...where you can buy the memory of your ideal vacation, cheaper, safer, and better than the real thing.
Discover Dr. Edgemar ON A BEACH at SUNSET. He walks over to a Rekall IMPLANT CHAIR, floating over the water, and sits down.
DR. EDGEMAR: So don't let life pass you by. Call Rekall: For the memory of a lifetime.
Американским ученым впервые удалось имплантировать в мозг мыши искусственные воспоминания
Scientists Make Mice "Remember" Things That Didn’t Happen
Memories can be unreliable. We created a false memory in mice by optogenetically manipulating memory engram–bearing cells in the hippocampus.