A Number Reviews

  • Nov 29, 2012

    This is a movie full of pretensions but with a very insubstantial argument. Father and son meet in a diner room a talk about what they are, what they were and how the become in what they become. All seems good, however, the film falls in an irremediable marasmus of ideas without a concrete proposal. Oh, just one: cloning.

    This is a movie full of pretensions but with a very insubstantial argument. Father and son meet in a diner room a talk about what they are, what they were and how the become in what they become. All seems good, however, the film falls in an irremediable marasmus of ideas without a concrete proposal. Oh, just one: cloning.

  • Apr 28, 2012

    I like the idea/message they were going for in this, the theoretical concept...but the way it was presented, I didn't care for. Just kind of strange.

    I like the idea/message they were going for in this, the theoretical concept...but the way it was presented, I didn't care for. Just kind of strange.

  • Jul 26, 2010

    Well it was sure differnt thats for sure was alot of talking and just hmm you dont know what to think of it really

    Well it was sure differnt thats for sure was alot of talking and just hmm you dont know what to think of it really

  • May 30, 2010

    It's fairly obvious by the pacing of the film that it was based on a stageplay, but it is worth watching for the ideas and arguments posed throughout. It'll surely get you thinking.

    It's fairly obvious by the pacing of the film that it was based on a stageplay, but it is worth watching for the ideas and arguments posed throughout. It'll surely get you thinking.