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      Released Oct 29, 2010 1h 50m Sci-Fi Mystery & Thriller List
      Reviews An investigation of the moral implications in human cloning. Read More Read Less

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      Anton Bitel Eye for Film Ordoez's future drama... is a sedate, not always coherent construct that somehow seems less than the sum of its harvested parts May 20, 2010 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Audience Member Everybody's doing it nowadays: You are born with a twin, who is promptly stored in vat and connected to to a network. You live your life normally, and whenever you encounter too much pain (physical or mental), you connect to the twin, your 'Depositor', and dump all your agony to it. Not a care in the world! The story follows three different plots around this idea: an activist group for the recognition of depositors as human beings, a woman's depositor stolen by an ex-lover (actually that makes for two plots) and a policeman with a pregnant wife. Since the people involved are interconnected, you expect that the lines will eventually converge. Alas, this never happens, or it was so subtle I didn't notice. A pity, because the creator has come up with several interesting ideas and powerful shots. Nice cast, too. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 02/11/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Synopsis An investigation of the moral implications in human cloning.
      Rodrigo Ordoñez
      Mário Mandujano, Ray Sinatra
      Rodrigo Ordoñez
      Sci-Fi, Mystery & Thriller
      Original Language
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Oct 29, 2010, Original
      1h 50m