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Susan Hero (2007)

Not Rated | | Drama, Romance, Sci-Fi | 1 April 2009 (USA)
Accompanied by her illegal immigrant companion, a woman desperate to clone her deceased child steals cash and heads across country in search of a maverick animal cloning expert who says he can help her.

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Accompanied by her illegal immigrant companion, a woman desperate to clone her deceased child steals cash and heads across country in search of a maverick animal cloning expert who says he can help her.

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The rules of the game have changed


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Lost in New Mexico: The Strange Tale of Susan Hero  »

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Newscaster Pierce Hope, in exasperation, closes his final newscast with a reference to poet William Blake's "The Tyger" ("What the hammer/what the chain/in what furnace was thy brain"). See more »

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Javier Appollinaire: Why do you think you can make someone again? If they die it's because they're supposed to, because God says so... you can't play God.
Dr. Kurt Morell: Look, I don't make the rules!
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So Glad I Came Across This
10 July 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Lost in New Mexico by director Jason Rosette really is a great film. Admittedly I tend to find a lot of independent films to be boring, but this one stood out from a sea of other films. The story, the characters and how they all interact and are involved are quite entertaining to watch. The film is about a woman who works at a movie theater when during her break she finds an advertisement in the paper about a man who offers a service to clone pets. She calls the man and requests if he would be willing to clone her child who had passed. He's open to the idea, and so she steals all the money from the theater register and heads off with a co-worker, who is also wanted by the law, to find the cloning professional. As the film progresses the two bond with each other and start a weird kind of friendship as they are both evading the police. This is a film that focuses a lot on character and does so very well. The movie follows several different characters and in the end they all interact with each other, giving it a Pulp Fiction kind of feeling to it. I've seen a lot of independent movies and this stands out as being one of the best I have seen. I would totally recommend this movie to all


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