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Re-Generation (2004)

The Limb Salesman (original title)
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Set in Northern Canada in a dystopian future GABRIEL GOODE, a doctor specializing in limb regeneration, travels from the decrepit metropolis of 'City' to the barren regions of the north. ... See full summary »



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Credited cast:
Dr. Gabriel Goode
Ingrid Veninger ...
Clara Fielder
Abe Fielder
Charles Fielder
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ryan Francoz ...
Stan Granofsky ...
Geoff Murrin ...
Maid One
Jim Murrin ...
Maid Two
Girl One / Prostitute
Jennifer Rowsom ...
Girl Two
Jacob Switzer ...
Robot Boy (as Jacob Veninger)


Set in Northern Canada in a dystopian future GABRIEL GOODE, a doctor specializing in limb regeneration, travels from the decrepit metropolis of 'City' to the barren regions of the north. His assignment: heal the invalid daughter of a wealthy, but morally corrupt, water exporter. He arrives at the family's mining compound with his own past haunting him. There, Gabriel risks everything in order to confront his darkness and find his heart. Written by Anonymous

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Heart sold separately.


Drama | Sci-Fi





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12 September 2004 (Canada)  »

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Re-Generation  »

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1.85 : 1
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Clara Fielder: [Clara's last words to Dr. Goode] You have to take my heart. Just hold on.
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quietly memorable
17 September 2004 | by (Toronto) – See all my reviews

The wildly varying reactions to this film in the few reviews already posted here seem to confirm one thing: it's why they make both chocolate AND vanilla. But I have to align myself firmly on the side of the positive postings. Three days after seeing it, I can still see many of the film's images very clearly -- and I'm already confident it's a film I'll be seeing again.

I was consistently intrigued by the world that Veninger, Granofsky & company created, and was impressed by how they managed in almost every case to turn low-budget necessities into creative virtues. I actually enjoyed the fact that we only heard about the "ice mines" and never saw them; and that we only caught glimpses of a futuristic city that didn't seem like a very nice place to visit, let alone live in.

While I still have a few unanswered questions I wouldn't have minded being clearer on, overall I found it strangely refreshing that I WASN'T being shown or told everything about this ironic, anachronistic future -- or that bizarre house, strangely suspended in both time and space -- but just enough to keep me wanting to see how the characters within it would fare. It's a kind of minimalist sci-fi that stays with you, sometimes long after the 50-million dollar CGI effects have faded from memory.

In some ways it reminded me of how I feel watching (or just thinking about) certain episodes of Rod Serling's original Twilight Zone series, and as Martha Stewart used to say, "That's a good thing".

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