It's election night 2032, and Abe, a lonely janitor watches his clone become the first clone President. All of his clones are successful while he has the stigma of being an original. ...
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It's election night 2032, and Abe, a lonely janitor watches his clone become the first clone President. All of his clones are successful while he has the stigma of being an original. Society seems divided on this recent social issue, and Abe can't help but feel cheated. He ventures out amid the election aftermath in search of some type of justice, but doesn't realize that he might not be the only person mad at a clone president. Through the journey Abe discovers what he might have been if he had followed a different path.Written by
Sean Miller and Naz Khan
A story about choices. And consequences. About power and about janitors against clones. A parable, in fact. Interesting for the embroidery defining present. A wise portrait of the reality in clash against surogates. A predictable end. And good performances. Short, a cool film about politics and the rules defining them.
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