Rand, Winston, and Johnson have a small tech startup company in the Bay Area that's developing a artificially-lived computer character, Koy Koy the bird, who can hear and see and interact with the user. Koy Koy gets placed in a kids schoolroom for testing, and Rand develops a relationship with one of the teachers, Sarah. Rand learns that his scientific understanding of human mating isn't necessarily a roadmap for the real thing. Written by
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One of the first films to use the Panasonic AJ-HDC27 Varicam Digital Cinema Camera. See more »
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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Finally, a film that is real and speaks from the heart
Chemistry or chemical ? Haven't you ever wondered why we connect with certain people or sometimes why we don't ? Dacena (apparently a first time director) and his team have done an amazing job telling a story about the question that moves us all ... where does love come from ? Dopamine tells us of the very real and emotional journey of its characters through smart dialog, humor and a unique story against a backdrop of the post-dot.com Bay Area (filmed with great shots that are not the typically canned footage of San Fran). A great film that knows the audience isn't stupid. I can't wait for the next work by this team.
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