Hammer Films is best known for their gothic horror movies, but the British studio also made quite a few science-fiction films as well, including 1953's Four Sided Triangle. The story revolves around two childhood friends and their love for the same woman. As adults, they create a machine that can clone humans, which one of the two uses to create a replica of the girl they both have feelings for. I have yet to see the film, but the set-up sounds interesting. Would you create an android of your perfect woman if you could, even knowing that she wasn't really real?
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