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Identicals

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  •  UK  •    •  100m  •    •  Directed by: Simon Pummell.  •  Starring: Nick Blood, Nora-Jane Noone, Lachlan Nieboer, Tony Way, Andrew Buckley, Tim Faraday, Robert Wilfort, Jamael Westman, Cheryl Burniston, Tim Ahern, Jacinta Mulcahy, Michelle Asante, Clare Monnelly.  •  Music by: Roger Goula.
       The organization Brand New-U identifies networks of IDENTICALS - people who walk like you, talk like you, but are walking through different, better lives - and helps their customers make a life upgrade: eliminating the better-life donor, and relocating their client to that brand new life. Slater seems to have the perfect life, the perfect job and the perfect girlfriend. But when Slater's girlfriend is abducted by Brand New-U, and a corpse left in her place, he is forced to become an Identical. As he moves through a series of parallel lives, he becomes more and more obsessed with finding his girlfriend, but what he must find in the end is himself.

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Slater (Lachlan Nieboer) is celebrating his birthday with Nadia (Nora-Jane Noone) who gets abducted for a better life with "Brand New U." Slater wasn't supposed to be there and gets a new life too from an organization which matches a person with someone else and allows them to take over their life. The catch is that they must forgo their past and have no connection to it. So then they place new Slater and new Nadia working in the same building....guess how that works out.

The film, when not a confused mess, was a slow moving drama attempting to create confusion as it unravels it. Perhaps hard core science fiction fans might like it, I couldn't get into it. The main characters were boring and lackluster. They seemed to watch Slater every second of every day...except for that one time.


Review by Michael Ledo from the Internet Movie Database.

 

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