Film Summary – Gattaca

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In the course of this film we see Vincent Freeman become Jerome Morrow, a genetically superior human being conceived through a genetically modified birth. Vincent was born through a "faith" birth, the way of which used to be normal. From thefirst moments of Vincent's life, he is evidently seen as a lesser form of life due to the low quality of his DNA, and a child not worthy of his father's name. He is condemned to an underclass and enters a life of career discrimination. With the birth of his brother Anton, a "vetro" child, comes an intense rivalry that is struck between the two. Anton plays a major influence in Vincent's life.
From an early childhood, Vincent's goal and dream is to travel into space. The main constraint preventing him from achieving this dream is his pre-determined genetic makeup and the discrimination against "faith" births that come with it. Atfirst, while he is interested in astrology, he realizes there is not a good possibility of getting into the Gattaca space program. This way of thinking is changed when he defeats Anton in one of their "chicken" contests. As the concept of an "invalid" defeating a "valid" person is unheard of, this makes "everything possible" for Vincent. It is the point in which he becomes aware of the depth of his own courage and the inner strength he possesses, and from this gains new confidence and hope in getting into Gattaca. From this awareness, he enlists in the help of a DNA specialist while working as a cleaner at Gattaca, more so for knowledge of the company than employment reasons. We see an array of instances in which Vincent demonstrates his sole aspiration for space travel, through himself quoting "If the glass is clean it will be easier for you to see me when I'm on the other side". When Irene exclaims, "If you’re going to pretend you don;t care, don;t l…