Godsend (2004)
Paul and Jessie Duncan have lost their beloved eight year-old son Adam in a tragic accident. As they are arranging for his burial, Dr. Richard Wells, approaches with the incredible offer to clone Adam, essentially bringing back their boy and reuniting their broken family. Despite the many legal, ethical
Genre: Drama,Fantasy,Horror,Science Fiction,Thriller
Director: Nick Hamm
Release Date: April 30, 2004
Producers: Marc Butan,Sean O'Keefe,Cathy Schulman
Actors: Greg Kinnear,Rebecca Romijn,Robert De Niro,Cameron Bright,Merwin Mondesir,Sava Drayton,Jake Simons,Elle Downs,Edie Inksetter,Raoul Bhaneja,Jenny Levine,Thomas Chambers,Munro Chambers,Jeff Christensen,Deborah Odell,Jordan Scherer,Ingrid Veninger
             
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