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Blueprint (2003)

The story of the first cloned human being - told in her own words: At the age of thirty the world-famous composer Iris Sellin learns that she has an incurable illness. She - a person who ... See full summary »

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Rolf Schübel

Writers:

Claus Cornelius Fischer (screenplay), Charlotte Kerner (novel)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Franka Potente ... Iris Sellin / Siri Sellin
Ulrich Thomsen ... Dr. Martin Fisher
Hilmir Snær Guðnason ... Greg (as Hilmir Snaer Gudnason)
Katja Studt ... Daniela Hausmann
Justus von Dohnányi Justus von Dohnányi ... Thomas Weber
Wanja Mues ... Janeck Hausmann
Ole Puppe Ole Puppe ... Kristian
Rita Leska Rita Leska ... Woman in store
Nina Gummich Nina Gummich ... Siri (8 years old)
Karoline Teska Karoline Teska ... Siri (13 years old)
Woody Mues Woody Mues ... Janeck (10 years old)
Hendrik Duryn ... Medic
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Frank Strobel Frank Strobel ... Himself
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The story of the first cloned human being - told in her own words: At the age of thirty the world-famous composer Iris Sellin learns that she has an incurable illness. She - a person who wanted to live for ever - does however not give in. In order to preserve her art and also herself, beyond death, for all posterity, she has herself cloned. Her daughter Siri, whom, in this way, she turns into her virtual twin, learns as a child that she is the world's first cloned human being. In fact a blueprint: a blueprint of her mother. From that moment on nothing is as it was before... Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Sci-Fi

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

1 January 2004 (Germany) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Hamburg, Germany See more »

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$244,098 (Germany), 7 January 2004, Limited Release
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Dolby Digital

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Color
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The note Siri gets from Daniela at the funeral of her mother contains a quotation of Georg Christoph Lichtenberg. In the movie the quotation is signed with C.G. Lichtenberg. See more »

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The Truth Lies
by Dana Glover
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Cheesy movie with nothing to say (Watch Never Let Me Go Instead)
13 March 2012 | by nascentSee all my reviews

The premise interests me, and Potente is a great actress. But it was a very disappointing film. The concept, overly simple, the sci-fi element is toned down as much as possible, and while it tries to focus on the idea that the clone would reach a point in life where it wanted to be it's own person, the concept has been done before, and far far better than this.

The clone's rebelling in this film is pathetic, the dynamic of the relationships is poor. There is no philosophical element to the film.

All the characters are frightfully shallow, even the 'mother' and 'daughter' characters. I haven't read the original novel, but the film has no depth at all. Siri has no personality, so the idea that she wanted to be herself instead of her 'mother' doesn't come across well at all, and while Potente actually does a decent performance, the direction, script and aimless flashbacks say very little in a long amount of time. I've seen short films say with this the premise in a few minutes than this film did in just under two hours.

For anyone that wants to watch a more fleshed out, recent, full-length film with the same premise. Never Let Me Go (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1334260/) might be a better choice.


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