This is a great film, and a film that could have so easily been a very bad film, except in the hands
of Steven Soderbergh. You must go because too many people think this is science fiction, when it's simply SCIENCE. We have been lucky so far. It is far more likely that something like this will happen, randomly, than a biological attack. The scariest part of the film is that it does an excellent job of showing the problem, but there is no solution. I don't mean that the film didn't show one, I mean there isn't one. You could look at a thousand things that could/should change to avoid something like this, but unless all of them happened, all the time, it wouldn't prevent the possibility....it might reduce the likelihood - but the cost (in terms of daily sacrifice) would be too much for human nature to bear. The importance of this film isn't to find ways to avoid contagion, but to stop pointing fingers if/when it happens.
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