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Gattaca, Human Habits

Summary: Examines the film `Gattaca', directed by Andrew Niccol. Argues that though the futuristic world of Gattaca is very scientifically advanced, Gattaca shows that some human habits will always remain the same.
Set in a time where society have come to place an unshakeable confidence in science, `Gattaca', directed by Andrew Niccol, shows that there are innate human habits that cannot be erased. Advances in science do not change our fundamental characteristics. The need for control has always existed as each society sought for more order, and pulled back from risks and the unpredictable. The genetic technology made available in Gattaca alleviates this distaste for taking chances, and as a result is blindly trusted. Though it has always existed, discrimination has been magnified and become much more harsh and harder to overcome. The wall between the `superiors' and `inferiors' is higher than ever in the modern world of Gattaca. The drive to improve, to find the best, is another very human quality that thrives in `Gattaca' society. Niccol shows us that never being satisfied, and abandoning principles in search for...

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