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Tired of waiting for the perfect man to sweep her off her feet, scientist Adena Logan constructs a wind-up robot lover in the basement of her small suburban home.

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Adena (as Leah Elise Bailey)
Katie Gillum ...
Adena's Sister
David Perrone ...
Blake
Jessica Salans ...
Kara
Barrett Sheridan ...
Simon
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Tired of waiting for the perfect man to sweep her off her feet, scientist Adena Logan constructs a wind-up robot lover in the basement of her small suburban home. Adena teaches Simon everything he needs to be the perfect partner: how to open doors, how to hold hands, how to kiss. But as their relationship deepens, Adena must prove to herself that Simon can genuinely love. Written by Steven Tagle

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robot | wind up | love | See All (3) »

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Perfect love is just a turn away.

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Short | Drama | Romance | Sci-Fi

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11 May 2006 (USA)  »

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$6,200 (estimated)
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Adena: [staring down at the burnt lasagna] Never look like the damn picture, do you?
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Ladders to Fire
Written by Merrick & Tim Aaron
Performed by Merrick
Courtesy of Bryony Music, Inara Music, Diesel Meat Music
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Model DIRECTOR !!!
10 August 2006 | by (Stanford, California) – See all my reviews

Steven Tagle is a creative genius. He is a poet. An artist. A teacher. An author. A craftsman. A talent. Someone with an eye that sees the whole and its elements simultaneously. This film is amazing. It is stunning to see so much communicated in a short film. The thought, care, detail, and attention that was given is something you realize (afterwards) was in every second. You don't realize this during the film because it sweeps you away. When it's over, you're still. You continue to absorb even after it stops. All those who worked on this film must have had a seamless synergy amongst them. The acting is a triumph. The cinematography by Jack Conte is beyond brilliant. I can only imagine what these young artists have in store for us in the years to come.


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