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Surrogates  (2009 - English)

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  • Anonymous
    Anonymous wrote on Oct 27 2009 4:59PM

    The story, set in a fictional city called Central Georgia Metropolis, begins with Lt. Harvey Greer investigating the destruction of two surrogates. Greer soon discovers a mysterious figure, which he nicknames “Steeplejack”, plots to permanently disable all surrogates in an effort to eliminate people's dependence on them. Greer considers the anti-surrogate religious leader named “The Prophet” a suspect, but The Prophet is later killed by Steeplejack. Similar to Steeplejack and The Prophet, Greer feels people have become too reliant on surrogates for superficial reasons. Greer chooses to work the investigation in person after Steeplejack destroys Greer's surrogate. Greer later discovers Steeplejack is a surrogate controlled by Lionel Canter, the inventor of the original surrogate. Lionel designed surrogates as a tool for the physically impaired and became dissatisfied with their widespread personal use by the non-impaired. Eventually Lionel/Steeplejack successfully disables surrogates throughout the city. The story ends when Greer discovers his wife Margaret, a surrogate-addict, has committed suicide because her attractive-looking surrogate was disabled.


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