Almost reminded me of The Island, with Ewan McGregor, but the clones were created as insurance policies for the original humans to utilize, if they ended up needing organ transplants...etc... The clones were raised in a facility where they were told that they were survivors of a horrible accident on the outside, and were fortunate to be in that facility that gave them refuge. They were also lied to, and given a promise of hope, in the form of the lottery, when in reality, it was a bad thing to be chosen, and actually meant that the original person needed something from the clone, and the clone was going to be utilized and discarded. Ewan McGregor's character, asked a lot of questions, and his question seeking eventually brought him to the knowledge of the truth. Most of the others were just content to feel safe and not question the motives and intents of their situation. They adopted the customs and rules of the facility and they believed in them. Ignorance was bliss, but the truth and reality of the bondage and destruction that their lives were bound to, wasn't in agreement with the lie that they were told. Their peace and security was a lie, and those who they were told were their enemies, were the ones trying to help them understand the truth and escape.