fallen from the fig tree
http://geneticsandliterature.files.wordpress.com/2010/04/12-fingers2.jpg (from Gattaca)
Awesome. I loved "Gattaca".
I loved it too, watched it again recently and have been amazed how it didn't age at all! Maybe because it doesn't even try to be "futuristic"; the two main characters go on a classical recital for their date, it could still be our future because it is just not set in time (future usually doesn't age very well in cinema – compare with the laughable concert in "The 5th element", for example). Just one of the reasons it's formally beautiful, not even speaking about the story…
What a keen you have- you are completely correct. You are also making me want to watch it now. :)
The real secret to great movies: men with suspenders.