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One of the worst made for TV movies of the pre-cable TV era. Hyped as a "what-if" movie about the dangers of genetic engineering, the movie consists of nothing but a bunch of hystrionic individuals talking about what COULD happen after a scientist accidently dumps a bad strain of E. Coli down the sink. The problem with the movie is that NOTHING ACTUALLY HAPPENS, it's just a film with a bunch of people talking about worst case scenarios.
In a way the movie could be a good metaphor for much of the scare-hype of many whack-cases today, all talk, no reality, but I think it's better just to write this movie off as a bad idea that never should have gone beyond being a script on someone's desk.
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