- Directed by: Adam Bolt
- UK release: 6 December 2019
Documentary about gene editing, exploring the ethical dilemmas and moral concerns and considering the potential for good in the discovery of DNA sequences that might enable certain genetic conditions to be eradicated. Clear, concise and cool-headed, and sensibly avoiding science-fiction nightmares.
This film is not currently showing in cinemas.
Reviews & features
Human Nature2 Dec 2019
Gene editing is the subject of an accessible and engaging documentary from Adam Bolt
The far-reaching implications of gene editing tend to inspire more fear than hope. The ability to shape the very 'building blocks of life' instantly conjures up images of Frankenstein-style experiments, a master race and science-fiction nightmares. Adam…
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