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Trinity (2003)

In a remote arctic research station, government agents Brach and Schiller discover the mysterious genetic scientist Dr. Clerval. A psychological chess game ensues. What links Schiller to ... See full summary »

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Gary Boulton-Brown
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Tom McCamus ... Dr. Clerval
Lucy Akhurst ... Schiller
Stephen Moyer ... Brach
Marlene Dunn Marlene Dunn ... Mother
Chris Conil Chris Conil ... Father
Darren Cavanagh Darren Cavanagh ... Militia
Glenn Walker Glenn Walker ... Militia
Stephen O'Geady Stephen O'Geady ... Militia
Erik Peterson Erik Peterson ... Militia
Meg Meagher Meg Meagher ... Orderly
Victoria Leper Victoria Leper ... Orderly
Lizzi Wilson Lizzi Wilson ... Orderly (as Liz Browne)
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In a remote arctic research station, government agents Brach and Schiller discover the mysterious genetic scientist Dr. Clerval. A psychological chess game ensues. What links Schiller to Clerval's genetics program? What secrets does Brach harbour? And is Clerval really who he says he is? Written by lonelywalker

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If you're going to play God, be careful who you play with.

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Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller

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Dr. Clerval: Well, someone has to.
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Gripping, unusual and perverse, I loved it.
6 November 2002 | by codefireflySee all my reviews

I had no idea what to expect when I saw this film. Cast of (relative) unknowns and the title doesn't give much away either. But...it's a treat. If you like a film that defies genre, that was made outside the mainstream and asks you to think a little then you could do worse than take a look. On the surface it looks a standard sci-fi thriller, two military officers arrive at a remote arctic station to investigate a distress signal sent by a scientist believed missing and wanted for crimes against humanity. As soon as they arrive the sci-fi trimmings vanish and it becomes an intricate and very human psychological game of cat and mouse. Shot with panache and directed with flair it's a little rough around the edges no doubt as a result of a probably low budget and WARNING! it does contain a healthy dose of male and female nudity. Trinity went to work on me long after I saw it and some of the images achieved on a relatively low budget stick with you long after the titles have faded. If you want an action fest don't bother but if you want to be challenged, surprised and in one particularly poignant moment actually moved then check it out. It's worth 80 mins of anybody's time.


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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 March 2003 (USA) See more »

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Worldmark Films Ltd. See more »
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2.35 : 1
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