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One of their teachers, Miss Lucy tells the pupils of the way that they are, that they live so that they could become organ donors at one point. Tommy and Cathy become great friends but Ruth spoils the relationship by attempting to snatch Tommy from Cathy, she is successful for a while.
The three friends shift to some cottages in a farm where they encounter other young adults that came from schools that resembled theirs. At some point, they find a person whom they perceive to be a clone for Ruth making the three friends to arrange for a trip to go and see her. Unfortunately there is little semblance, an aspect that rages Ruth a lot. Hearing that there was a possibility for ‘deferral’, Tommy gets to the gallery of Hilsham to check on whether the artwork would predict true love. However, he never sent any artwork hence a deferral cannot be established between him and Ruth. A split in the relationship occurs where Cathy sets herself from the rest to take the role of supporting organ donors. Also immediately, the relationship between the Tommy and Ruth ends. Ten years later, Cathy meets a frail Ruth who organizes for a meeting of the three friends to seek for forgiveness. She donates her last organ and dies. Consequently, Tommy and Cathy become friends again but the play culminates when he is donating his last organ as Kathy is looking onto him on the other side of the glass window.
The film is a science fiction that presents incidences that have been at the center of research. Organ donation is an aspect that of presented in the film, here focusing on growing individuals specifically for organ donation. Jealousy in relationships is real especially where there is an act of desperation. Ruth was worried that she may be unable to find a friend just like Cathy because of the limited interactions. Tommy was the only man around them, so she opted to compete with her. Another issue is the aspect of superstition;
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