There’s a nice Turkish TV series called Sahsiyet, which apparently translates to Persona.
It’s about an ex-judiciary employee who starts to suffer from Alzheimer’s. And then decides to consider his lack of memory as lack of a conscience, allowing himself to kill those who he believes have wronged, but who have not received appropriate justice.
This is just the intro plot, which you’ll figure out in the first 15 minutes, so a lot more happens through the series.
One specific scene early on is super.
A post-mortem specialist is working on a body in the morgue. The guy is totally chilled out, enjoying his work, cutting up a dead body, whilst coolly sipping on his coffee. And then he remarks:
"It's so much easier to be here with the dead. Because the dead can't harm anybody, at least not anymore. But the living? The hard part is to get used to the living!"
How true, isn’t it?