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Gattaca

Summary: Essay discusses the film "Gattaca" directed by Andrew Niccol and how the characters of Eugene and Vincent each suffered from the pressure to be different, but each character handled the pressure in different ways.
The movie 'Gattaca' directed by Andrew Niccol provides his own vision of what such a future might look in Gattaca. He took a realistic approach not to going to the extreams of 'hybird' humans with wings sketching out a not so distant reality in which genetic superiority is achieviable goal for anyone with the money to spend. The movie shows two types of humans. The 'god child', conceived through spontaneous act of love and the 'valid child', genetically made for superiority and perfection. These two type of humans can be compared between Vincent the 'god child' and Eugene the 'valid child'.

Vincent an 'invalid' human suffers the discrimination of being conceived through spontaneous act of love, making him imperfect or not worthy for the valid world. "You want to give your child the best possible start. We have enough imperfection inbuilt already. The child is you, simply the...

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