ACMI presents

Gattaca

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About the program

"They used to say that a child conceived in love has a greater chance of happiness. They don't say that anymore."

Set in the not-too-distant future, Gattaca portrays a clinical society focused on the attainment of genetic perfection through reproductive technology.

Born without the aid of this technology, Vincent Freeman strives to overcome his genetic flaws to achieve his dream.

The lecture focuses on the film's examination of identity, human aspiration and the idea of progress.

Andrew Niccol, 106 mins, USA, 1997, M

Program schedule

This program runs for approximately 3 hours and 10 minutes. This includes a screening of the film, a short interval and a 60 minute lecture.

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