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Up to now there have been lots of films which are made for effecting people Directors aimed to make films which make people smitten Of course these efforts gave birth of competition in the movie sector Therefore film companies and directors act fastidious while making a film They have started to examine their film deeply choose its applications carefully And as a result of this situation the quality of the films have increased However an argument has remained among film companies directors and spectators What makes the film a good one Nowadays lots of high-class films was made and watched but nobody can exactly agree in this question So I try to answer this question by examining a film which is named Gattacca and its factors that formed film afflux such as music casting and scenario First of all i want to start with the summary of the film Gathacca is about a young mans life which is full of complication and success The film was started with the birth of Vincent who is the main character of the film He was born with some heart disease and doctors claimed that he has averagely 30 years to live In addition to this he must be careful during his whole life because of his heart He could not play and act freely like other children He and his parents must pay attention on his movements for his life Owing to this reason that Vincent probably lives short his parents decided to have a brother to Vincent but they did not want any problems about him Thus they ordered him from doctors Later Vincent attained his brother named Anton He was not like Vincent he was the marvel of the new technology and doctors Thus Vincent cannot get used to him They always rivaled so their childhood passed very fast Despite Vincents short life he wanted to go to the space and work there He read
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