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USA 2018
produced by
David Vaughn, Marie Caiola (executive), Beau Chron (executive), Henry Hewes (executive), Princeton Holt (executive) for Anerke, Be Your Own Hollywood, Hewes Pictures
directed by Princeton Holt
starring David Vaughn, Irina Abraham, Devin Fuller, Dean Cain, Stefanie Bloom, Stormi Maya, Shannone Holt, Hope Blackstock, Chris Riquinha, Jace Nicole, Jonathan Ercolino
story by Princeton Holt, David Vaughn, screenplay by Brian Ackley, music by Konstantinos Lyrakis, Cultural Bastards, Ebenezthenatural

review by
Mike Haberfelner

When Michael (David Vaughn) and Brooke (Irina Abraham) pay a surprise visit to her brother Drew (Devin Fuller), whom Brooke just can't help playing mother hen to, they catch him with his new girlfriend Quin (Stormi Maya) he has never told them about - and Michael is shocked to find out she's actually an android, or more precisely a sex-bot, but he promises Michael he won't tell Brooke - especially since it seems the first time Drew's happy since Diana (Jace Nicole) broke up with him to run away with her lover/sex-bot Cameron (Jonathan Ercolino). Plus, the whole subject of sex-bot starts to intrigue Michael - at first only professionally, since he's a game designer and figures this might be a good subject for his next game's storyline. But then he enters Maxwell's (Dean Cain) "parlor" and soon becomes very attached to the sex-bot custom-made for him, Sophia (Stefanie Bloom) - so much so that they end up having sex, and he starts taking him with her around town. Thing is, at first he doesn't even see it as cheating, afer all, Sophia's nothing but an android - but then he does fall in love with her. Problem is, he actually does love his wife and his children, so he finds himself in a dead end street - until he has a chance encounter with of all people (and bots) Diana and Cameron, who open his eyes to a few things ...


A really really interesting thing that despite its sensationalist theme (sex-bots) pretty much ignores the more lurid sides of the story (without denying them) and concentrates on the philosophical subtext - but without getting brain heavy let alone losing the story in the process. Bascially, this is a very down-to-earth drama with sparks of comedy (especially Dean Cain's guest appearance is chuckleworthy) and strong traces of satire, carried by relatable characters who despite the science fiction theme have relatable problems, and by a very subtle directorial effort - all making this a rather clever yet pretty entertaining movie.


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