In these four films we will be able to see if the products of media today (films) are more of reality and are already foreseeing the future.
This movie is based on a novel by Jean Christophe Grange and tells a story of young idealistic police captain Paul Nerteaux (Jocelyn Quivirin) who has just taken over the case of three Turkish women seamstresses in Paris' Turkish community. Paul decides to get help from retired cop Jean Louis Schiffer (Jean Reno), as he had patrolled the area for over 20 years but is known for his unorthodox methods.
The movie is an investigation about murders of a three women being subjected into an experiment. Though Paul tried to get with Schiffer about the crime he was torn between the judgments of the people about his collaboration on the retired cop who practice the unorthodox way of investigating the crime. Even the doctor in charge about the autopsy has given him warnings about the Schiffer.
The crime was projected in the movie is actually a crime about experimenting human bodies for new treatment discoveries. It is a form of murder, which is a violation to law and also a form of violation to medical, or bioethics. What's so real about this movie is the implementation of the violation about bioethics. In Bioethics, humans should not be part of the any technological or any experiments. Experiments should only be limited on a few forms of animals (like mice). In real life, scientists are truly imprisoned and license is taken from them if they practice experiments with humans just like in this movie where they use surgeries and implants. In real life, so far, there has been no news about scientists totally doing experiments on humans due to the imposed law about ethics. They are only practicing their findings limited to lab rats, sheep, and other animals. This media product though is not far from impossible to happen in the near future. I say it's a little bit of advancement of science that violates the law. The investigation by the two cops was a mixture of the orthodox and unorthodox way of doing it. It happens, especially when the officers assigned in such cases are of different principles.
Fallen Angel (2000)
This is a movie about deception and jealousy. Pedro Hernandez and his beautiful wife, Michelle are the main character of the movie. Michelle hires a rugged private detective Robert Millus to thwart her husband's plot to kill her; and Hernandez hires an ugly assassin, Tito to find out with whom she's having an affair with. This movie evolves about betrayal in a relationship and also murder.
There have been many cases about adultery and there have been instances also that due to the said crime committed, the one betrayed by the spouse can commit crime. According to the law as of the present, when you have caught your husband or wife doing an affair with somebody else, it is justified that committing a crime like killing the person your spouse is having an affair with. This movie is actually a material relating to us about how far adultery can go and can even cause to commit murder. This movie is never an exaggeration for in the society it is already happening. Due to the liberalism of the people right now moralities and ethics are on blink of challenges. In the code of ethics, some say that it is ok to commit adultery so long as not found or caught. But to anti adultery it is never moral to commit