Kind of blew my mind a little bit
Semi-futuristic film about cloning.
This, for me, was the kind of movie that's mostly pretty fun to watch, but that also makes me think a lot. It brings up ideas about humanity and stuff like that. Intense and deep and eerie and WOW. I really liked it. I can compare it a lot to Neal Shusterman's "Unwind," and Ayn Rand's "Anthem," which are both books that disturbed me, in a kinda good--definitely interesting--way.
One F-word, one or maybe two S-words--if any other swears I didn't notice because they were likely more minor.
References to porn and pre-marital sex. One mild sort-of sex-scene (characters are in underwear but it's close-up so you're mostly just seeing their faces).
Some kinda gross views of partially-developed human clones. Fluids and stuff are scooped out of one's mouth to help 'im breathe. Some surgical scenes, notably one where a man wakes up during what may be heart surgery.
Lots of violence. Cars blowing up, buildings collapsing partially, that sort of thing. More worthy of note/concern is the injuries the characters get, though. A man gets his hand nailed to a door with a nail gun, and there's lots of gun shots and punching. Someone gets strangled. Oh, and lots of injections, many of them lethal.
Makes me worry, though, 'cause this all seems very plausible. I can totally see us making clones of ourselves in order to harvest their organs to keep us alive.