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Brimming with ultramodern scenery and metaphysical speculation, Gattaca is a profound glimpse into the not-so-distant future of humanity. Vincent, the main character, is a frustrated ‘faith birth’ living in a world in which his genetically manipulated peers have succeeded him in every competition. Gattaca is a world where only people with perfect genetics are “valid”.
This relates to the fact that Vincent personifies many traits that other characters do not, and in many ways shows the society in which he lives as being more flawed than he is.
Even though Vincent has been surrounded by many negative forces throughout his life, his optimism is a trait that is not prevalent in the genetically superior, such as Anton, who believe in their “right” to their standing in society.
[tags: film/story analysis] - We will be looking into the films, Gattaca, and Wall-e.
With these two films we will discuss Technology and ethics.
Poignant and triumphant, Gattaca provides the discerning viewer with a philosophical perspective of the ethics, politics, and realities involved in the lives of both the genetically superior and the naturally conceived.
In Gattaca, the metaphysical reality of human free will is articulated through Vincent’s unpredicted achievement.
Motivated by an unquenchable fascination with space, Vincent recruits the chronically petulant but genetically flawless Jerome Morrow, who allows Vincent to assume his genetic identity in exchange for companionship and free alcohol....
[tags: Literary Themes] - Imagine starting your day and not having a clue of what to do, but you begin to list the different options and routes you can take to eventually get from point A to point B.
In choosing from that list, there coins the term “free will”.
Free will is our ability to make decisions not caused by external factors or any other impediments that can stop us to do so.