The story is about Dr Eric Norris (Richard Hatch) who becomes pregnant with an alien embryo. After giving birth to the alien, Norris loses him to the government and a legal battle over the fate of the new lifeform begins. Walter Koenig plays Norris's greedy boss, Marina Sirtis a christian attorney who views the alien as an abomination and drives for its termination. "InAlienable" is kind of fun to watch for any Star Trek / Babylon 5 fan becfause it features so many of the beloved actors from those series. Unfortunately it fails to reach any of the high styorytelling quality those fans would be accustomed to.
"InAlienable" is horrufyingly frustrating. I'd love to love this movie for it's amazing sci-fi -veteran actors and a production team that has corageously embarked on a mission to tell a meaningful tale with a shoestring budget. But no, the thing is just so trashily made, especially on the writing department. Walter Koenig has written the script himself, and I have to say that perhaps he should stick to acting. Hatch in the lead is surprisingly flat, even as Sirtis as the other main villain and political antagonist shines in her only slightly overstating role.
if you watch see till the very end of the credits, best part of the movie x)