This was shown on TV split into to 30min by Ch9 Australia 2016 and I think that was a bad idea as watching the first half would not keep you engaged to watch the second part. The story leaves a few plot lines unresolved. It feels like the story was compromised to contain it in 60min. There was a plot twist in second half that I thought was clever to resolve the blackmail. The main problem with this movie is the plot but production and acting were OK.
The concept of wiping memory to hide a crime is an interesting one. The sci-fi about memory backup and replacement bodies is better told in the book Pandora's Star by Peter F Hamilton - see https:en.wikipedia.orgwikiCommonwealth_Saga#Longevity. The hardest part of the plot is believing your backup would be willing to kill your original self and body deliberate or accidental. I suppose you could argue that mind + body interacted to produce a killer or perhaps the backup is not complete copy. Extra points for pointing out clones would smell different.
Review by snowy-12 from the Internet Movie Database.