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I really like Estella Warren as an actress, but I felt that her lines were awful. I mean, her character in the movie was so obnoxious that I felt little sympathy for her and I definitely couldn't relate to her. The movie was kind of neat because it was a true story. I am from Saskatchewan and I remember hearing about the incident on the news. It was good that they did a lot of filming in Saskatchewan and I even know one of the guys that they had play a scientist, which is really neat. The movie could have been good if they had made Estella Warren's character more likable and more like a real person. The other characters were quite good and I liked how they made the whole DNA part look so scientific.
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