In Resident Evil: Retribution, there is a scene where Alice wakes up to find that she is a housewife with a husband and daughter, a daughter who happens to be deaf and uses sign language to communicate
The scene progresses innocently enough but soon degenerates into mayhem as they are attacked by intruders who, infected by a virus that transforms them into zombie like creatures, are hell-bent on biting uninfected victims. Following a series of daringly heroic acts, Alice escapes the house with her daughter and seeks refuge in the cupboard of an upstairs bedroom in a home not far away. One of the zombies finds them, and, after a brief struggle Alice throws him over the banisters, killing him.
At this point, as if the whole thing is a dream, Alice finds herself in a non specific bedroom, she turns to face her husband, his face is covered in blood and slightly chewed up, he opens his mouth to attack... Alice wakes up again in an umbrella holding cell...
Was that a dream? Was she really there? Was that the experience of a clone, and is Alice somehow in connection with her clones? Able to experience things through them and share their memories?
Later in the movie as Alice makes her escape from the facility, she comes across the house where the earlier scene had occured, once inside she finds the "daughter", who instantly recognises her as her mother, then suddenly Alice is talking in sign language and she remembers who this girl is.
How come? How did she learn sign language? Did she have a real daughter before all of this madness started, a daughter who was deaf?