History Film / Gattaca

10th Sep '16 11:26:02 AM Mdumas43073
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'''''Gattaca''''' is a 1997 ScienceFiction film which presents a society driven by genetic engineering.

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'''''Gattaca''''' ''Gattaca'' is a 1997 ScienceFiction film by Andrew Niccol which presents a society driven by genetic engineering.
28th Aug '16 8:03:09 PM Wbender14
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* BuryYourGays: In a deleted scene, when the geneticist asks Antonio and Marie if he had forgotten anything, they mention that they wanted Anton to marry and give them some grandchildren. As he has already taken care of any genetic diseases that would inhibit reproduction, it seems clear that they don't want Anton to be gay.

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* BuryYourGays: In a deleted scene, when the geneticist asks Antonio and Marie if he had forgotten anything, they mention that they wanted Anton to marry and give them some grandchildren. As he has already taken care of any genetic diseases that would inhibit reproduction, it seems clear that they don't want Anton to be gay. We are then told that the doctors had done this before they had even asked.
17th Apr '16 11:39:36 AM frogpatrol
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'''''Gattaca''''' is a 1997 science fiction film which presents a society driven by genetic engineering.

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'''''Gattaca''''' is a 1997 science fiction ScienceFiction film which presents a society driven by genetic engineering.
17th Apr '16 11:38:59 AM frogpatrol
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* RetroUniverse: Probably the TropeCodifier. A blend of early 60s fashions and "futuristic" vehicles from the period, and 30s noir. The plot and theme has a very 50s ScienceFiction feel as well. Particularly, there are a lot of notable similarities and parallels in both atmosphere, setting, and characterization to indie and/or sci-fi works by Creator/PhilipKDick (very much so, ''especially'' those written in the 60s), and 90s movies by the Wachowski brothers and Creator/DarrenAronofsky, all of which reflected a similar stylised dystopian bent with works set TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture.

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* RetroUniverse: Probably Possibly the TropeCodifier. A blend of The production design blends early 60s 1960s fashions and "futuristic" vehicles from the period, period with 1930s nor and 30s noir. The the setting, plot and theme has a very 50s 1950s ScienceFiction feel as well. Particularly, there feel. There are a lot of notable similarities and parallels in both atmosphere, setting, and characterization to indie and/or sci-fi works by Creator/PhilipKDick (very much so, ''especially'' those written (his 1960's work in the 60s), and 90s movies particular. Contemporary (1990s movies) by the Wachowski brothers Wachowskis and Creator/DarrenAronofsky, all of which also reflected a similar stylised dystopian bent with in works set TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture.
25th Mar '16 7:57:11 PM stuffedninja
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* OrangeBlueContrast: Just look at the poster.

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* OrangeBlueContrast: Just look at the poster.OrangeBlueContrast



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21st Feb '16 2:20:05 PM stuffedninja
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* AlmostKiss: During Vincent and Irene's dance at the club, they begin to inch closer for a kiss only to be interrupted by the entrance of Detective Hugo.
8th Feb '16 3:11:37 PM stuffedninja
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!!This Movie Contains Examples of:

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8th Feb '16 11:37:37 AM stuffedninja
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* OrangeBlueContrast

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* OrangeBlueContrastOrangeBlueContrast: Just look at the poster.
8th Feb '16 11:37:23 AM stuffedninja
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* HeroicSuicide: [[spoiler:Eugene]] kills himself in the end by [[spoiler:activating the incinerator while he's inside so that Vincent can continue to live under his name, having gained his utmost respect]].



* SecondPlaceIsForLosers: [[spoiler:The reason for Jerome's attempted suicide.]]

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* SecondPlaceIsForLosers: Played with. [[spoiler:The reason for Jerome's attempted suicide.]]suicide and paralysis is that when he placed second in a swim meet, he jumped in front of a car. However, by the end of the movie Jerome finally "accepts" second place, so to speak, by committing suicide and allowing Vincent to live on under his name. This is symbolically represented by Jerome's silver swimming medal appearing to turn gold as he burns in the incinerator]].



* TheReveal: The young detective is really [[spoiler: Vincent's brother, Anton.]]

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* TheReveal: TheReveal:
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The young detective is really [[spoiler: Vincent's brother, Anton.]]]]
** Lamar, the person that runs background checks, [[spoiler:actually knew Vincent was an In-Valid the whole time and didn't rat him out because he inspired his son, who was genetically selected but "not all that they promised"]].
18th Dec '15 3:54:58 AM LondonKdS
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* RetroFuture: Probably the TropeCodifier. A blend of early 60s fashions and "futuristic" vehicles from the period, and 30s noir. The plot and theme has a very 50s ScienceFiction feel as well. Particularly, there are a lot of notable similarities and parallels in both atmosphere, setting, and characterization to indie and/or sci-fi works by Creator/PhilipKDick (very much so, ''especially'' those written in the 60s), and 90s movies by the Wachowski brothers and Creator/DarrenAronofsky, all of which reflected a similar stylised dystopian bent with works set TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture.

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* RetroFuture: RetroUniverse: Probably the TropeCodifier. A blend of early 60s fashions and "futuristic" vehicles from the period, and 30s noir. The plot and theme has a very 50s ScienceFiction feel as well. Particularly, there are a lot of notable similarities and parallels in both atmosphere, setting, and characterization to indie and/or sci-fi works by Creator/PhilipKDick (very much so, ''especially'' those written in the 60s), and 90s movies by the Wachowski brothers and Creator/DarrenAronofsky, all of which reflected a similar stylised dystopian bent with works set TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture.
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