Our memory is the source of all emotions. It is also the source of our guilt. What if a killer would wake up one day with his memory erased? Would his crimes cease to exist? What if an innocent wakes up one with his memory erased and perceives himself to be a criminal? Would that change his perception of reality? Faltering memory continually alters the constancy of truth. Short term memory loss denies you of an identity throwing you into an abyss of excruciating agony. "Acid Factory" is about a group of characters whose sense of past has vanished in a haze of coma like they have woken up from sleep only to discover that reality could be a figment of their imagination. Their sense of right or wrong is heightened by this state of complete distrust and self-righteousness. As the story reveals through the hazy mist of confusion confounded by loss of memory, the audience is just shown the tip of the iceberg. A high-octane thriller where every second counts and every flash of your past is either a step towards realization of the true self or the horror of the discovery of who you really are. And then, the games begin as our characters start to create stories just so that they can stay in the right but what if a roomful of people realize the majority is evil? Wouldn't your instinct of survival dictate you to renounce yourself to evil to survive? "Acid Factory" plays out as a thriller, a morality play on the inside and a cat and mouse chase on the outside.