Code 46 (2003)
Code 46 (2003) Genre(s): Drama | Romance | Sci-Fi

Directed by: Michael Winterbottom

Starring: Tim Robbins, Samantha Morton, Jeanne Balibar, Togo Igawa, Natalie Jackson Mendoza

Synopsis: Cloning has caused the gene pool to become extremly shallow and now William, an insurance investigator, meets and falls in love with exactly the wrong woman.

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Newt's movie review

A very good psychological sci-fi and really well done. The score is good, the lighting and use of slow motion are excellent, the locations are stunning, and Morton may well have the most beautiful eyes. It took me until the end to understand why Maria narrated William's story, but it was the perfect way to tell the tale.

My favourite line from the film:
Everybody's children are so special. It makes you wonder where all the ordinary grown-ups come from.

Added 23 October 2005 at 8:06 PM

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