Inconceivable (2008 film)

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Inconceivable
Inconceivablefilmposter.jpg
Promotional poster
Directed byMary McGuckian
Produced byMary McGuckian
Jeff Abberley
Martin Katz
Written byMary McGuckian
StarringJennifer Tilly
Andie MacDowell
Geraldine Chaplin
Elizabeth McGovern
Colm Feore
Kerry Fox
Amanda Plummer
Music byKevin Banks
CinematographyMark Wolf
Edited byDavid Freemantle
Ted Seaborn
Release date
  • 18 June 2008 (2008-06-18) (Taormina Film Festival)
Running time
105 minutes
CountryCanada
UK
LanguageEnglish

Inconceivable is a 2008 satirical drama about the test-tube baby industry. The film was written and directed by Mary McGuckian.

Plot[edit]

Dr. Freeman (Feore) runs a Las Vegas Assisted Reproductive Technology clinic. Eight of the nine women are inseminated and become pregnant, except Salome (Tilly) who manages to conceive naturally.

After the births, investigative journalist Tallulah (McGovern) notices a striking resemblance between the toddlers. She comes to believe that Dr. Freeman swapped donor sperm for his own. A preliminary hearing is held and the process of the nine women is recalled.[1]

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Inconceivable Variety. 27 June 2008

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