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The character portrayals are good and the whole lab setting is a rare one for sci-fi movies. The only detail I felt was out of place was the way Burton got infected; it was far too careless a kind of behavior for a scientist, and this scene wasn't even necessary, as the mouse in question also actually bit him, which should have been sufficient to transmit the virus. But otherwise this is a good contemporary science fiction movie of a realistic kind that we see far too rarely. Quite worthwhile for the serious science fiction fan.
The story starts out very simply and then cleverly builds layers while slowly revealing the past and its relevance to current times. I liked the plot construction and its integrate weaving of the past into an ironic ending. The main problem of this tale is that the characters are boring. They lack pizazz. The whole story is humorless, unless you consider the background score as the sound cells make when they divide. The dryness of the story overwhelms the clever plot weave.
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