When a criminal investigation at the space program exposes Vincent as an identity thief, he reveals to Irene his true identity and tells her that he has already overcome his genetic imperfections.
After faking his identity and entering the space program with an excellent genetic profile, Vincent (now Jerome) chooses not to discriminate against Irene’s less-than-ideal genetic profile.
When Vincent gets a job cleaning at a space station, he realizes how close–yet how far–he is from achieving his goal of becoming an astronaut.
In a game of chicken with his genetically superior brother, Vincent finally swims farther, leading him to believe that he can do anything.
After their first “natural” birth resulted in a less-than-perfect child, the Freeman’s choose to genetically engineer their next child to be free of imperfections.
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