Carlo and Guilia have two typical teenage kids and have forgotten why they are together -- each member of the family urgently pursuing their own dreams instead of sacrificing to build a family. Predictably, things fall apart -- only to be reunited behind a crisis. But once the crisis passes, will they stay together having learned their lesson, or go back to being superficial, self-absorbed yuppies? Take a guess.
The film might be a bit uncomfortable for those of us who grew up in (or are currently living in) broken homes, but as a "deep dark truthful mirror," Remember Me is a compelling peek into modern (vapid, shallow, hollow) life.