The near future. Global warming has radically changed the climate. Cloning has become a reality. Without knowing it, people are being constructed using the same DNA. In this future, all citizens must carry identity in the form of a credit card crossed with a passport. Faking these identities is a serious crime against the state. William (Tim Robbins) is a detective on the trail of an identity fraud. When William finds himself falling in love with his chief suspect, Maria Gonzalez (Samantha Morton), he must choose between his career or a life on the run with the woman he loves...
as Freud says . . .
- Code 46 review by CP Customer
This movie is disturbing and bizarre.
I'm afraid the title of this review may spoil the plot but I feel a warning is necessary as to what murky waters this movie treads and really I think the movie was made more to incite philosophical discussion about psycho-dynamics, ethics, elitism and the future of ginetics than to just be a 'sci-fi thriller mystery'
I guess a psychologist might get something out of watching it . . . and there's a bushless sex scene if you're into that sort of thing.