Do only the horses remember Jacob? Moving among throngs of people at a carnival, Jacob is unnoticed. The night is inky black, streaked with neon, laughter, and the music of the rides but Jacob is alone, a resident of the park existing outside of time. An ambient dreamscape that sets a young man from the 1970s against a modern landscape, Horses Remember is a mediation indelible memories, written and shot in eight hours on the birthday of writer/director, Jennifer DiMarco. After the credits of the film, the real-life events behind the story are shared.