In 2069, doctors have developed the technology to create human clones. After governmental legislation, banning human cloning, the doctors at D.B.I. find another way to continue their ... See full summary »

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In 2069, doctors have developed the technology to create human clones. After governmental legislation, banning human cloning, the doctors at D.B.I. find another way to continue their experimentations on an orbiting space prison, the Maxine-2000. In Washington D.C., Essex is an agent for the National Bio-ethics Advisory Commission who specializes in enforcing the Bio-ethic laws. He is sent to the Maxine-2000 to investigate rumors of illegal experimentation on prisoners. After discovering the terrifying truth, he rushes back to Earth to try to confront the geneticists. Written by Annonymous

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All Laws Are Not Moral.


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Aaron Michael Lacey: the voice of Alencon on the phone with Dr. Mariner towards the end of the film. See more »

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Lt. Kesslar H. Erikson: Human rights for prisoners and for clones. They feel the use of prisoners in cloning experimentation is in violation of those rights. Even though they are on death row we must treat them humanely until time of departure. The committee also wants to make sure the clones we have created are bring treated according to the agreement. Human rights outweigh scientific research.
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