"We tend to forget that we are dragged in this universe." Benedek Flihauf (director) A story about a possible future of love and belonging. Rebecca and Tommy fall in love at the age of 9. They begin to spend all their time together in the seaside town where they live. Until Rebecca's family decided to move to Japan. Twelve years later, Rebecca returns to town to find Tommy, and the two lovers quickly bond. It was as if they were born in love with each other. However, when Tommy dies in a car accident, Rebecca doesn't know how to move on with her life. This is when human cloning is legal even if it is not sanctioned by society. Over the objections of her parents, Rebecca decides to give birth to a clone of Tommy. The uterus is the story of the next 20 years. The film is less experimental than Benedek Flihauf's previous work. However, it's still not easy to tell this movie about a future about a possible sense of love and belonging. The mesmerizingly beautiful Womb can be both intriguing and disturbing beneath its serene surface. When it's over, the audience is left with many questions about the ethical rules of life.