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No, what are you feeling? Are you all squishy inside or is this just some phermones thing that's kicking in?
Well it's obviously your pheromones...
Yeah, your epocrine glads produce most of them. I sense them through smell. Especially when we kiss.
What else are you feeling?
Biologically, my ribonasal organ and my hypothalamas are kicking in the hormones right now.
Testosterone, big time.
Okay, shut up now.
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Written by Alejandro DeOnis
Performed by Alejandro DeOnis and Jeff Knutsen
Produced by Jeff Knutsen
Eclectic Electric 2002 See more »
Though the premise could've been enough to make Dopamine seem cold and heartless.. the "chemistry" between the romantic leads saved the day.. Sarah & Rand seemed wonderfully suited to one another. I thoroughly enjoyed this sweet film.. it was beautifully shot, the juxtaposition between the natural, human & computer worlds gave the premise a wonderful tableau to set upon.. I would've liked to have seen more of Rand's father and less of Rand's partners but otherwise, I thought this was a wonderful first from Decena and look forward to seeing what's next.
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