The Perfect 46 is a brave and thought provoking “science factual,” micro-budgeted feature film, lauded by Scientific American, MIT Technology Review, the London Evening Standard, and Science as “a worryingly believable cautionary tale.”
The Perfect 46 Synopsis
The Perfect 46 explores the personal, professional, and social consequences that arise when a geneticist creates a website that pairs an individual with their ideal genetic partner for children.
Director and Producer: Brett Ryan Bonowicz
The Perfect 46 takes off and lands on its feet, gripping throughout with its smart narrative. Artful presentation and layered storytelling make it all the more compelling and entertaining to watch. Anyone curious with a taste for thoughtful dramas needs to check out this new modern classic.
Made possible by Particle Fever’s executive producer Thomas Campbell Jackson, this must see, one-of-a-kind feature is “a fascinating film full of challenging ideas that puts your brain to work.” It stars familiar faces like Whit Hertford (Jurassic Park), Keston John (The Retrieval), James Kyson (Heroes), Robyn Cohen (The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou), and Don McManus (Magnolia).