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United States of America (US), 2012, 15 minutes
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Patrick is a brilliant doctor, in an obsessive race to alter his own grim prognosis. During a series of unconventional experiments, he discovers a scientific loophole unlike anything he had ever imagined. In pursuit of this dark prize, Patrick will risk everything to ensure he sees his experiment to the end even if it means accepting the sinister results.

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Reviewed by sharonmae
This can give a disturbing effect to the viewers. While one can initially believe that the doctor has a great intention with the experiment, that is, to extract the cancerous... more
This can give a disturbing effect to the viewers. While one can initially believe that the doctor has a great intention with the experiment, that is, to extract the cancerous tumor,  it seems that during the entirety of the film, one starts to wonder.  The doctor goes inside the apparatus a couple of times, and this is the time that viewers suspect that he may be hatching a very outworldly idea. The last scene will give a hint that he has, in a way, created another living form,  a human like him.  People with the inventive mind could probably relate to the dilemma, the urge to create something, even as sometimes, it could challenge moral convictions. 
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  • this may be a far-fetched idea but, given the resources,  this so-called cancer tumor extractor would really be a world-breaking phenomenon!

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