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"Hanna" Utrax (TV Episode 2019) Poster

(TV Series)

(2019)

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Actress Yasmin Monet Prince (Clara, aka Girl 249) was tasked with making her character move as if she'd never seen the way that "normal" people move, having been raised at Utrax.
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Hanna's return to Utrax brings the series full circle, with Hanna revealing to Girl 249 that she has a name (Clara) and a family she's been unaware of.
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According to writer-producer David Farr, the young women seen at Utrax in Episode 108 could potentially be used in future stories.
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Film production is a major Romanian industry. Projects shot there include "Cold Mountain" (2003), "Seed of Chucky" (2004), "Borat" (2006), "Pulse" (2006), "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance" (2011), "A Christmas Prince" (2017), and the 2011 mini-series "Hatfields & McCoys" starring Kevin Costner.
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In Episode 108, we see Utrax 16 years after we first saw it in the "Hanna" pilot episode. The facility has a much more modern look. The new visual approach to the modern-day Utrax was led by director Anders Engstrom.
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Hanna is a product of genetic engineering, a practice that is hotly debated. While its potential to target disease has garnered wide support, many question the morality and safety of making irreversible changes to human cells.
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Critics of human genetic editing fear that it could have unwanted consequences, especially if the goal is to engineer desirable traits for "designer babies" rather than prevent disease.
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Some experts warn that human genetic editing could be used to create biological weapons, such as vaccine-resistant strains of disease.
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