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College freshman Kari Berman and her twin brother Kyle are young, healthy, brilliant, and attractive. To genetic researcher Dr. Martin Speer they're breeding stock, part of his scheme to make a better baby through modern genetics. The World War II Nazi program to breed the perfect Aryan race is alive and well on a midwestern college campus. Kari's life will never be the same when she discovers the shocking truth behind "Lebensborn," and makes an extraordinary decision. Adultery, genetic engineering, white supremacy, DNA, neo-Nazis, Aryan twins, incest it's all in "Lebensborn," accompanied by Wagner opera. Written by
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You certainly can accuse Lebensborn of being a cliché movie, like it or not. It's wise to know that the movie is controversial from the very beginning to the very last (and surprising) scene. The plot is about two twins who get in college and start to realize that a process of generating arian babies through genetic research is being held at the campus. They get kinda lost, because in a way the process is making their lives easier, though it's morally incorrect especially because of its connection with the nazi concepts. I certainly don't know where this movie came from (it "appeared" in brazilian cable), but wherever it was, it's underrated.
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