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|Stella Maeve||Tracy Bernstein|
|Alexander Nifong||Craig Carlson|
|Jamal Mallory-McCree||Derek Johnson|
|John deLancie||Dr. Frank Miller|
|Laura Moss||Elizabeth Miller|
|Curzon Dobell||Mr. Carlson|
|Gregory Orr||Director, Producer, Screenwriter|
|Jeff Carruthers||Score Composer|
|Rick Conrad||Score Composer|
|Mary Frederickson||Production Designer|
Posted August 11, 2014
The cloning tech in this is absurd. A DNA sample from the toilet is possible, but creating enhanced replicas with ALL memories intact from DNA alone wont work. The replicator would have needed to acquire full brain scans, and implant those into the replicas. That wasn't in the movie.
The clones and the originals however were interesting. Both sets never considered their doubles anything except a threat.
Although both were plotting against the other right from the start, they played nice at first. Trying to get other off guard. But Craig grew close to Tracy's replica quickly.
When the originals faced off against the replicas, the Craigs and Dereks were separated from the Tracys. After Craig and Derek killed their doubles, they found the Tracy who'd won that battle. Craig and her kissed passionately, assuring Derek she was the original.
At the end all 3 were back home, with Tracy in Craig's arms. Then Craig gets a call, revealing that the original Tracy was still on the island and wounded.
Right from the start both sets knew there was only room for one of each. Suddenly Craig had to decide which Tracy lived and which died. It was no longer a choice between the original and the replica. It was a choice between the one who loved him and the one who didn't. That decision was beyond obvious.