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I'm Not Jesus Mommy (2010)

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Kimberly would stop at nothing to have a child of her own. After recovering from cancer her possibilities seemed slim. However, the world's first successful human cloning project brings an ... See full summary »


Vaughn Juares (as Vaughn G. Smith)


Vaughn Juares (as Vaughn G. Smith), Joseph Andrew Schneider (as Joseph Schneider)





Credited cast:
Charles Hubbell ... Dr. Roger Gibson
Bridget McGrath Bridget McGrath ... Dr. Kimberly Gabriel
Joseph Andrew Schneider Joseph Andrew Schneider ... Bruce Gabriel (as Joseph Schneider)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Aaron Aoki ... Lab Tech
Debbie DeLisi ... Rogers Sister
Aja Hale Aja Hale ... Rebbeca
Rocko Hale Rocko Hale ... David Gabriel
Ryan Kiser ... Government Worker Nissen
Nora Montanez Nora Montanez ... Esperanza
Erik D. Pakieser Erik D. Pakieser ... Grocery Store Soldier


Kimberly would stop at nothing to have a child of her own. After recovering from cancer her possibilities seemed slim. However, the world's first successful human cloning project brings an unthinkable solution and a son named David. Seven years after David's birth, wars, famine and natural disasters of every kinds have plagued the Earth. As Kimberly struggles to survive her biggest challenge is raising her son. Strange occurrences surrounding the young boy are only becoming worse and more mysterious. Roger, the head researcher of the cloning project returns to reveal that David was cloned from DNA taken from the Shroud of Turin...from blood of Christ. Has cloning made it possible to bring Christ back? Is David the Second Coming of Christ or something else? Written by Anonymous

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for some disturbing violent content


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Devil's Angel See more »

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Fortaleza Filmworks See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


The head doctor at the clinic is shown alone preparing tissue for cloning. He is slicing off large chunks of raw meat and putting them in petri dishes. In cloning, a undifferentiated cell is taken from the stomach lining, its nucleus is removed, and replaces the nucleus of an ovum using a fine needle under a microscope. There is no slicing of large chunks of red meat involved. See more »

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"Man Made" is a worst-case scenario of what happens when human cloning goes bad.
10 October 2010 | by Anonymous_AAOSee all my reviews

I saw the film at a screening where the director was in attendance and I understand the film has not been released yet, I'm very curious how it will resonate with audiences, but here's my take on it; First off, if you're offended by mad scientists destroying human fetuses, abuse of Mexican immigrants or the human cloning process in general, you will be fired up by this film.I'll be surprised if this film doesn't end up getting some very negative attention from special-interest groups. That being said, the film didn't have even one bit of profanity, nudity or on-camera violence.

Vaughn Juares, the film's director, was in attendance at a small screening I attended and in a Q&A after the film Juares stated that "Man Made" was based on the Biblical Book of Revelations. Seeing the film without that reference I didn't pick up on that right away, but I'm also not a Bible-nut.

The film was done with a "Hitchcock-like" approach with off-camera violence and the use of graphic sounds to get the point across. I'm not sure if that's because of Juares' creative vision or if budget constraints played a greater role in defining his approach (Juares mentioned that the film had a very tight budget which was NOT obvious when watching the film - besides no stars in the movie, it looked like a real Hollywood production).

"Man Made" is very engaging, it pushes a lot of buttons and it has the potential to start a really heated public discussion.

I recommend "Man Made" to anyone who's worried about where the world might be headed.

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