Gemini Man

Assassin Henry Brogan (Will Smith) is persistently persecuted by a young agent foreseeing every step he takes. Who is behind it?
Henry Brogan (Will Smith) is a somewhat dated hitman. He is known for his exceptional skills and his precise way of working, which always enables him to complete his orders in the shortest possible time.
But suddenly he becomes a target himself. A mysterious young agent follows him and seems to anticipate every step he takes. Research and a direct confrontation ultimately result in the mysterious agent being his 27 years younger self. “Junior” is a clone that has now been set to eradicate its older genetic counterpart. But why did you create a clone of the elite killer and why should he now kill his genetic role model?
Will Smith in a double pack: “Gemini Man” starts on October 3, 2019 in German cinemas and has an FSK rating from 12 years.
With the science fiction thriller “Gemini Man” Ang Lee proves again that he is a great master in dealing with visual effects. Already for “Life of Pi” his directing work was awarded an Oscar. For his latest work, a special “De-aging VFX technology” is used, which makes Will Smith look several decades younger. Also for Samuel L. Jackson in “Captain Marvel” and Robert De Niro and Al Pacino in “The Irishman” found a similar technique application.
In addition, Lee once again opted to release a movie in High Frame Rate (HFR) after Billy Lyn’s “The Crazy Hero Tour.” “Gemini Man” was filmed in 3D at 120 frames per second and in a 4k resolution – the “normal” HFR is 60 frames per second. It is questionable how many cinemas can actually play the film in this high quality.
In addition to Will Smith in a double cast, we see in other roles Mary Elisabeth Winstead (“Die Hard”) and Benedict Wong (“Doctor Strange”) as his backup team, Clive Owen (“Valerian”) as Junior’s client.

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