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Constantin Film, the company behind the Resident Evil movies, has picked up the movie rights to Neal Shusterman's young adult science-fiction novel Unwind. Published in 2007 by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, the book is set in an America following a second Civil War, this time fought over abortion. Under a new law, no life can be taken until the age of 13, but from 13 to 17 parents and guardians can "unwind" any child they want. (Unwinding means harvesting a person’s organs.) The book focused on three teens, who were to be unwound for various

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