Science fiction drama about a future society in the era of indefinite eugenics where humans are set on a life course depending on their DNA. The young Vincent Freeman is born with a condition that would prevent him from space travel, yet he is determined to infiltrate the GATTACA space program.

Vincent Freeman (Ethan Hawke) has always fantasized about traveling into outer space, but is grounded by his status as a genetically inferior "in-valid." He then assumes the identity of a superior one in order to pursue his lifelong dream. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Gattaca torrent reviews

Cindy S (ag) wrote: My favorite movie, loved it

Moses R (it) wrote: Just saw the film .....and I must say it is indeed one of the most BEAUTIFUL documentary films ...very sensitive and touch about Bill Withers one of my favorite artists ....If you know his music you should se him....

scott g (ca) wrote: Phillip Seymour hoffman directs for the first time here, and while its not mind blowing it has some nice touches and at its heart a interesting charactor in hoffmans performance also Amy Ryan and John Ortiz are good watches. a indie drama which comes like many others and good to see Hoffman go down this root.

Craig D (au) wrote: At least 1/2 hour too long...wait for DVD!

Kj S (ag) wrote: Transcendent. Awakens you to the wonder of life. Really.

Chris B (jp) wrote: A deeply personal look into the genius of Ingmar Bergman who is a very secluded and reserved visionary auteur who lives alone on Faro Island. The film depicts several key elements and inspiration for Bergman's films and themes as well as his personal life and is truly a stunning and personal insight into the mind and even the fears of the man beneath the genius. I really enjoyed this documentary, as Bergman is one of the most gifted filmmakers ever in my opinion and is a superior story teller and one of the most fascinating Director's who ever lived. He will be sorely missed, yet his films remain and will continue to inspire for generations to come!

Paul M (de) wrote: Very good movie. Not sure I'd say it's the French "Sixth Sense" but it was very good nonetheless.

Keith B (es) wrote: I'm gathering a theme with these movies. Bunch of infected. Blow things up. The evil guy gets bit or is hungry for power or both. Anyways on to After Life next!

Corri C (it) wrote: This was a very thought provoking documentary revealing the participants of the Weather Underground, a group of radicals that decided that in order to really make an impact against the government and its wrongful interest in Vietnam, etc., they would in turn "bring the war home" using violence to show the country's true colors.

Grant H (us) wrote: very sweet film. Yimou takes a break from the epics(hero) and im glad.

Tracy O (us) wrote: what rubbish...even with the good acting and cast

Thomas H (au) wrote: I love how they couldn't afford to rent the streetcars, so they just bought tickets and filmed anyway. You can see the people on the street looking right at the camera!! Thoroughly enjoyable. Though it would be nice if Lon Chaney Jr's character could speak.