A married couple of genetic engineering researchers work on GM bacteria. When they get into a crisis in their marriage, they carry out their conflict in their work. Their research becomes ... See full synopsis »

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Rosemary Barr
Rick Hearder
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A married couple of genetic engineering researchers work on GM bacteria. When they get into a crisis in their marriage, they carry out their conflict in their work. Their research becomes increasingly competitive and even irresponsible, resulting in a very bizarre bacterium being set free: It is an organism that converts cellulose into sugar (hence the title), marking the beginning of a cultural (tongue-in-cheek) apocalypse.

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A professor's madcap life
20 June 2003 | by (Wales, UK) – See all my reviews

I loved this film, saw it on a German station before I switched to digital TV and though it was very badly dubbed it was still a great movie.

One of the highlights is a very pretty girlie motorbike courier who rides around in boots and black tights with a short skirt.

I sadly have no recording of this film and it does not seem to be available on the net.

Can anyone help me in finding a copy ? I would pay a good price.

Cheers Dave


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