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The near future. Global warming has radically changed the climate. Cloning has become a reality. Without knowing it, people are being constructed using the same DNA. In this future, all citizens must carry identity in the form of a credit card crossed with a passport. Faking these identities is a serious crime against the state.
William (Tim Robbins) is a detective on the trail of an identity fraud. When William finds himself falling in love with his chief suspect, Maria Gonzalez (Samantha Morton) he must choose between his career or a life on the run with the woman he loves....
Previous reviews have it covered. Top work from the BBC and UA. For those that thought it 'dull' then perhaps something more gung-ho is in order. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Maudibe
Interesting film that explores how scientific discoveries could influence one of the most fundamental of human choices - the ability to choose who we love. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Chris
Thought provoking considering all of the recent advances, potential "benefits" and concerns surrounding Genetic science. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Pottermagic
More a 4.5 than a 5, but beautifully realised and convincingly stylish. More a stage play than a film, but many good films are, and far better for being on the screen. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Bungalow-build
After 15 minutes I wanted to gouge my own eyes out with the remote. It didn't improve either. Somebody compared this to Solaris. This couldn't lace Cloony's boots up. Read morePublished 15 months ago by E13
This is probably the best science fiction film you've never seen. Excellent performances from Tim Robbins and Samantha Morton, and a fascinating dystopian world setting. Read morePublished 20 months ago by D. C. J. Hicks
The movie as a dreamy, other-worldly quality enhanced by the amazing locations and music. Anyone who says that they don't get it is quite frankly thick, weened no doubt on movies... Read morePublished on 10 May 2013 by Tokey
Tim Robbins is fantastic in this dystopian view of the future ( how far into the future I can only guess )
It is beautifully shot and it seems to have a clear vision-... Read more
No point giving this an indepth review because its not going to be most people's bag. If you like arthouse cinema, sci-fi and concept storylines BUT you can ignore obvious... Read morePublished on 7 Mar. 2011 by Johan RF