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Gattaca written and directed by Andrew Niccol depicts a futuristic world of a cold society where ones resume exists in their cells and genes Although genes play a significant part to a successful life in this world the path and success of ones life is not determined solely on DNA as demonstrated by Eugene Anton and in particular Vincent who clearly exceeds his potential Vincent Freeman is cast into societys redundant section as being an invalid however he overcomes this burden of uselessness and uses his strong will to drive him forward to achieving his dream of flying to Titan Vincent is an invalid who suffers under the burden of being a utero as he is unable to make any progress in his life due to his imperfect genetic make-up From a young age he is outcast from society even by his own father and brother as being different Antonio explains to Vincent the only way youll see the inside of a spaceship is if youre cleaning it Vincent agrees as in this society it didnt matter how many times you lied on your resume because your real resume was in your cells He is denied his opportunity of fulfilling his dream of flying to space from a young age and discouraged to pursue his dream However this only strengthens Vincent and as he resorts to more extreme methods by borrowing the identity of Jerome Morrow he overcomes the sacrifices and hardships by concentrating on the glory of achieving his dream and in his own mind proving everyone else wrong Vincent clearly exceeds his potential as he overcomes the imprisonment of his genes and forges himself a worthy life Jerome Eugene Morrow is on the opposite end of the genetic scale as he is a genetically elite athlete Eugene a Valid is almost the perfect human being in terms of his genes as he possesses a genetic composition second to none Eugene however
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