A satirical drama about the test-tube baby industry.

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Malcolm Blay
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Mark Henderson
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Jon Du Bose
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Marlon Bell
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Jonathan Banks
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Victor - The Clinical Coordinator (as Jordi Molla)
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Dr. Jackson Charles 'Jack' Freeman
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Kay Stephenson
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Salome 'Sally' Marsh
Lik-Chung Li ...
Lab Technician #1
Sunny Sharma ...
Lab Technician #2
Majread Daily ...
Nurse #1
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Frances Church-Chappel
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Charlotte 'Lottie' Louise Du Bose (as Andie Macdowell)
Amy Elliot ...
Maxine
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The inconceivable can happen with A.R.T. (assisted reproductive technology). An explosive investigation of the fastest growing sectors of medical and pharmaceutical industries; ART in Las Vegas asks 'what if' when something entirely 'inconceivable' comes to pass... Written by Anonymous

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18 June 2008 (Italy)  »

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Both Rupert Graves and Elizabeth McGovern described this film as their worst ever job, in separate interviews to the UK Guardian Newspaper. See more »

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good intentions
21 May 2017 | by (Romania) – See all my reviews

a strange film. because the theme, the tension, the message are good points for a movie who gives questions and propose generous subject for reflection. the only sin is the absence of story. all seems be just improvisation. the theme becomes unrealistic more and more and the fall is predictable. because it is not escape for an exercise who ignore basic , decent details. result - the effort of actors becomes insignificant and the story more than absurd. sure, the good intentions are noble. but, in this case, they are sterile.


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