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In a near future, in a world ruled by a totalitarian government, checking of the genetic code is mandatory for any type of possible relationship between man and woman. The investigator from Seattle William travels to Shanghai to investigate the faking and stealing of special Visas called "papelles". The main suspect is Maria Gonzales, who works in the company Sphinx, but William falls in love for her and protects her. They have a passionate one night stand, and sooner they find that they are genetically incompatible to each other and they have violated the Code 46.
In the future...love is a dangerous game.
Title: Code 46
Release Date: August 06, 2004
Runtime: 92 mins
All Genres: Drama, Romance, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Sound: DTS, Dolby Digital
IMDB Rating: 6.3
Buried.com Rating: 7.3 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With C
MPAA Rating: R
MPAA Rating Reason:
Rated R for a scene of sexuality, including brief graphic nudity.
Tim Robbins ...William Geld
Togo Igawa ...Driver
Nabil Elouahabi ...Vendor
Samantha Morton ...Maria Gonzales
Sarah Backhouse ...Weather Girl
Jonathan Ibbotson ...Boxer
Natalie Jackson Mendoza ...Sphinx Receptionist (as Natalie Mendoza)
Om Puri ...Bahkland
Emil Marwa ...Mohan
Nina Fog ...Wole
Bruno Lastra ...Bikku
Christopher Simpson ...Paul
Lien Nguyin ...Singer in Nightclub
David Fahm ...Damian Alekan
Jeanne Balibar ...Sylvie
Mick Jones ...Himself
Taro Sherabayani ...Jim
Nina Sosanya ...Anya
Shelley King ...William's Boss
Tuyet Le ...Apartment Security
Benedict Wong ...Medic
Nina Wadia ...Hospital Receptionist
Essie Davis ...Doctor
Teo Wa Vuong ...Tester
Jennifer Lim ...Tester with Couple
Archie Panjabi ...Check In
Paul Barnes ...Man in Corridor
Louis Lin ...Sales Agent
Nabil Massad ...Jebel Ali Hotel Owner
Kerry Shale ...Clinic Doctor
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David M. Thompson
Frank Cottrell Boyce
"No Man's Land"
"Menina e Moça"
"Should I Stay or Should I Go"
"Song No. 6"
"No Woman No Cry"
"Row Row Row The Boat"
More Movie Taglines:
- In the future...love is a dangerous game.
- How do you solve a crime when the last thing you want to know is the truth?
- Can you miss someone you don't remember?
- Can a single moment ever disappear completely?
- Maria: You have a kid? William: Yeah? Maria: Chico or chica? William: Chico. Maria: I bet he's special. William: He *is* special. Maria: Everybody's children are so special. It makes you wonder where all the ordinary grown-ups come from.
William: I always wondered why the coyote didn't just go out and buy a Road Runner. He had enough money to buy rocket-powered roller-skates so he had money to buy a Road Runner.
[last lines] Maria: I miss you.
Wole: There is no freckles pornography. William: Well, there is "Anne of Green Gables". Wole: I consider "Anne of Green Gables" to be an erotic masterpiece.
Maria: If we had enough information, we could predict the consequences of our actions. Would you want to know? If you kissed that girl, if you talked to that man, if you take that job, or marry that woman, or steal that papel? If we knew what would happen in the end, would we ever be able to take the first step, to make the first move?
- Mick Jones of The Clash sings the Clash song "Should I Stay Or Should I Go" in the karaoke-esque club scene, but he appears to get the words wrong. The song goes "If I go there will be trouble. If I STAY it will be double", but he sings "If I go there will be trouble. If I GO it will be double".
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Rating: 7.3 out of 10.0 - 63 votes cast total