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Ryan Reynolds stars in this sci-fi thriller directed by Tarsem Singh. Damian (Ben Kingsley), a very wealthy architect who is dying from cancer, undergoes experimental treatment that will transfer his mind into the body of a much younger and healthy man. The new Damian (Reynolds) then begins enjoying the luxury that his wealth affords him. However, as hazy memories of the younger man's past life begin to infiltrate Damian's mind he finds out that the body was not always the empty shell he was told it was before the procedure...
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Soon though he finds out that his new body wasn't grown in a lab and it was actually a real living person who gave up his life to provide money to save his sick daughter. Thus, Reynolds memories are now as much part of him as his own and he quickly decides to seek out his former wife and daughter. After locating them, he realises that he is being tracked and followed by the scientist’s security team, who are trying to keep this new body transfer technology secret. The film carries on with Reynolds needing to escape from them and save his former wife and daughter with some decent action sequences that ultimately lead to a very cheesy ending.
allow himself to live on in conciousness within a different body.
'Mark' (Ryan Reynolds) had walked away from his life to save his young daughter, he's sold his very being to do so.
After the procedure though proclaimed dead, the 68 year old businessman gradually becomes aware of his new and
youthful appearance though it will take time to adapt.
'Damien' must keep taking a prescribed drug at regular intervals, without he will almost certainly lose his identity all
There is a problem however, he keeps getting flash-backs of the life his new body once knew so much so he has to
investigate to find out where he had come from and who the people he keeps seeing are.
Back in 'Brighton County' he finds 'Madeline' (Natalie Martinez) who is surprised to see her husband 'Mark' alive, along
with a young and healthy 'Anna' (Jaynee-Lynne Kinchen) who calls him 'Daddy'
Trouble is there are those that cannot except him back in town because of why he'd faked his death, it will become a kill
or be killed situation.
'Damien' knows he must take 'Madeline' and 'Anna' to a safe place before he can continue or discover his future, however
it seems that those that had helped create the new 'Damien' are less than happy that he appears to be caught between the
two realities, he'll need to convince an associate and friend that he is consciously his dead friend to get the help he needs
to secure the well being of 'Mark's' wife and Daughter.
There is more trouble yet to come for the confused donor............which reality will he end up choosing.
Though not an entirely new-idea this is a well constructed Sci-Fi movie that will almost certainly hold your attention, the film
has several good car-chase and action sequences along the way.....well worth a viewing
Special Featurettes - 'New Beginnings' and 'Shedding'
The emotional scenes are also stronger than you’d expect from a film like this. Reynolds is great at portraying a new man; and I love how he isn’t afraid to take on more risky and interesting pictures than his peers: stuff like Buried, RIPD, The Nines, Deadpool. While Self/Less won’t be going down as a Sci-Fi (or action) classic, it’s a both solid and interesting enough to keep you entertained - and maybe even think a little - for two hours.