A daring synthetic biologist, after a car accident kills his family, will stop at nothing to bring them back, even if it means pitting himself against a government-controlled laboratory, a police task force and the physical laws of science.
Interesting film asking a lot of moral questions which can't be answered
REVIEW - REPLICAS
Release date 11 January 2019
When you interact with another person you leave your memory implanted, a family more so with the birth of a child, their growing up, leaving scribbled names inside wardrobes, photographs and everything that makes them a part of your life.
Cloning is developing now to the point where eventually humans will be clones, legality or illegally it will happen if it hasn't already happened.
Imagine being able to transfer the mind of one person into the cloned copy of that person but being able to create the clone younger.
This film forces you to ask these questions and more, what if?
As I predict the technology will eventually exist I can see us as a species having to ask these questions, do clones, replicants have as much right to life as we do even though in today's society not much value is placed on such a valuable commodity, yes commodity to be sold.
Interesting film asking a lot of moral questions which can't be answered.
Rating 7 out of 10
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