A thought-provoking, high-concept sci-fi thriller, Alex Garland's film touches on real-world phenomena such as Hox genes, the Hayflick limit and the Mandelbrot set. While its science is complex and its subject matter can be intense, the film provides many excellent opportunities for discussions about biology in senior secondary classrooms, as Dave Crewe describes.
Screens in the Classroom, senior secondary, cells, cancer, mutation, optics, refraction, Scientific method, Natalie Portman
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