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Gattaca, An Analysis

Summary: Analyzes the Andrew Niccols film "Gattaca". Discusses the character of Vincent and details how his strength of character is key to the story.
Andrew Niccols film Gattaca addresses the issue of genetic prejudice and perfection; the film is staged around a world of the future that employs the newfound dogma of genetic engineering. It is entirely plausible to assume that it is Vincent's "degenerate" status is a clear basis for his determination to succeed. As an invalid there is little expected of Vincent, society refuses to hold him in any esteem. This spurs his determination, and from a young age Vincent is eagerly ardent to prove to himself once and for all. That desire for success is highlighted when juxtaposed with the attitudes of some of the valids who languish in their so-called superior status. However, in the end, It is Vincent that possesses the ability to yearn and aspire, contrasting to those who have been genetically modified and as the movie suggests "there is no gene for the human spirit...

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