The Island

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The Island
In the year 2019, the world is contaminated. Thousands of ‘people’ are led to believe that they live in an isolatet building, which contains noncontaimed survivers. What they do not know is that they are clones; created to be harvestet for their bodyparts and that there is no contamination what so ever. Because they have been manipulated, the only thing that they strive for is to win the lottery, meaning to be chosen to go to The Island – the only uncontamined place left on the planet, the place which gives them hope and a purpose in their lives. The lottery is only an excuse to get the clones to leave their safe surroundings willingly, without them knowing anything about their destiny and to avoid any suspicion. Their sponsors – the people who pay a lot of money to be cloned are not aware of what is actually going on. They have been told that the clones are maintained in a persistent vegetative state, that they never achieve consciousness. The clones are participants in a huge unethical project, which the rest of the world is oblivious to and the man who runs the company, Dr. Merrick is the one behind the fraud. 
The building the clones live in is portraied as a very cold and sterile enviroment. Every room is bright and white. The white color is a consistens feature and the residents are all wearing identical white outfits. 
Everything from moodswings to a little change in sleeppatterns are automaticly recorded, sexual behavior is non-existent, because the clones are not created with the common sexual instict. Every day is the same routine and every single thing in their daily life is planned and organized down to the smallest detail. Their uniforms are folded perfectly and laid out every morning for them to put on, everybody has their own ‘job’ – asignment to take care of and their diets are carefully prepared to fit their body and health. Lincoln Six…...

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