R | | Action, Horror, Sci-Fi
A corporate risk-management consultant must decide whether or not to terminate an artificially created humanoid being.
When Dr. Weathers first meets Morgan, the music playing is the countertenor (originally soprano castrato) aria, "Ombra mai fu", the opening aria from the 1738 opera, "Serse" ("Xerxes") by George Frideric Handel. The aria is often referred to as "The Aria of Love" and is often used, with or without lyrics, as incidental music at weddings. The music (sans vocals) alone is known as Handel's "Largo" because of the tempo signature of the piece.
Dr. Kathy Grieff:
Hi, darling. It's me. I thought we'd have lunch together today. Oh, angel, you look sad. You know, it's a very, very natural thing. It's actually a very human thing to feel sad. But emotions aren't bad.
Dr. Kathy Grieff: I'm sorry, baby. I'm still trying to get them ...
When they talk about killing Morgan by lethal injection, they say 5 milliliters to sedate her, followed by 30 milliliters of lethal dose. But the sedation drug is halfway in a 1 milliliter syringe, and the blue lethal med is in a 25 milliliter syringe. The only way to inject 30 milliliters is to fill the next size syringe, a 50-milliliter one, to the 30 mL mark. Clearly, both syringes are wrong sizes.
$2,012,709 4 September 2016