About the film
When Jack begins to forget, he visits Keystone, an organization with an unlikely mandate: making your most important memories truly ‘unforgettable.’ When Jack begins to recount moments from his life in an interview, he reveals the bond he formed with one particular woman, and the importance he has placed on their story.
Statement from Writer, Director & Composer Ian FOster
Keystone is a film about memory, and our tendency to want those memories to follow a narrative, even though life is rarely that organized and simple. The film’s Interviewer explains the organization’s name “keystone” by saying “the important moments in our life are the ones we must keep to remember all the others.” Our protagonist Jack’s memories all feature his one great love, because almost all of his keystones are tied up in the power of that connection: for better or worse, his moments with Evelyn left an indelible mark. They are, as he says, “the guideposts.” However, Jack is also on a mission. He wants it all to be a story, his story; to have a beginning, middle and end, and he’s willing to do what he can to make it happen.