After years of absence 26-year old Kay returns to her home town. Her soccer coach died and the girls from the team all gather for the funeral. The stories of Celeste, Lisa and Marie seem to... See full summary »
In a futuristic world where women run the show and men are secretaries and maids, a shy plastics' designer looking for a romantic woman the way they used to be in the twentieth century buys a sweet, sports-lover and always-willing-to-have-sex female robot, but... he falls for the lady of plastic who can't love. Written by
I had the pleasure of seeing this movie at the Big Bear International Film Festival, and I must say that it was by far the best feature film that I saw during the entire festival! Ryan Hurst is truly becoming one of Hollywood's finest young actors, and it was prominently displayed in this film. Daniela Lunkewitz has star written all over her, and I feel that she will become a huge star within in the years to come. The film has a wonderful cast (although it lacks supporting stars) , and the precision of the writing kept me interested and laughing throughout the entire film.
I have never seen the subject of feminism dealt with in such a creative way, and this is coming from a man! I'm not quite sure if this film has distribution, or if it can be seen in theater's or rented on video, but if you have the chance to check it out, I certainly recommend it to any adult audience.
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