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Inconceivable (2008)

A satirical drama about the test-tube baby industry.


Mary McGuckian


Mary McGuckian (based on a script by), Lothaire Bluteau (devised in collaboration with) | 11 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lothaire Bluteau ... Malcolm Blay
David Alpay ... Mark Henderson
David Sutcliffe ... Jon Du Bose
Michael Eklund ... Marlon Bell
Nicholas Campbell ... Jonathan Banks
Kerri Parker Kerri Parker ... Receptionist
Jordi Mollà ... Victor - The Clinical Coordinator (as Jordi Molla)
Colm Feore ... Dr. Jackson Charles 'Jack' Freeman
Kerry Fox ... Kay Stephenson
Jennifer Tilly ... Salome 'Sally' Marsh
Lik-Chung Li Lik-Chung Li ... Lab Technician #1
Sunny Sharma Sunny Sharma ... Lab Technician #2
Majread Daily Majread Daily ... Nurse #1
Geraldine Chaplin ... Frances Church-Chappel
Andie MacDowell ... Charlotte 'Lottie' Louise Du Bose (as Andie Macdowell)


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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Comedy | Drama

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Release Date:

18 June 2008 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Art in Las Vegas See more »

Filming Locations:

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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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 »


References The Terminator (1984) See more »

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tiresome style and flat repetitive story
27 January 2018 | by SnoopyStyleSee all my reviews

Dr. Freeman (Colm Feore) runs a fertility clinic in Vegas. Over a weekend, eight out of nine cases deliver a baby. Sally Marsh (Jennifer Tilly) is the only failure but she seduces the doctor. Tutu Williams (Elizabeth McGovern) notices the similarity in the babies and investigates the possible malpractice.

The only thing going for this is the cast. It's filled with interesting actors. The plot moves slowly and story telling is very repetitive. Every step is taken a dozen time. The first step should be DNA tests on the babies but the movie doesn't touch it. The camera and editing style is over-the-top which is ill-fitting for this movie. It's not an action movie. It's some kind of bad flat writing trying to be an experimental thriller. There are interesting tidbits about the clients but it's well into the second hour before it's revealed. When the style doesn't drive you nuts, the pacing would bore you to tears. There is also the ridiculous reveal where unbelievable incompetence is the explanation. When the character can't explain it, the movie has no chance.

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