"Yeah, I mean, I cried every time I read this script," said Emilie. "I cried the first time I read it, which is immediately when I called my manager and said, 'You know, I'd quit acting if I don't do this film' because I just felt so strongly about it."
The film has an ending so surprising, you won't see it coming, but you will see fit to talk about it afterward.
"It's very special in that way," said Emilie. "It deals with the element of surprise and shock in a delicate yet really interesting way."
Emilie also returned for the final season of TV's "Lost."
"Will all your questions be answered? No, i'm sure not," said Emilie. "I mean, it's 'Lost,' you know? I think it would be kind of detrimental to do that, too, where we'll be like like, 'Here, here's all your answers. Thanks for watching for six years,' ... But no, I still think there's got to be that element of mystery still there, you know, up for interpretation."
For the record, Emilie says says she has no clue how "Lost" will be all wrapped up.
Meantime, "Remember Me" is in theaters now.