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 »
Rand, I'm not using this as an excuse I honestly don't know have the shit I do. Sometimes until it's done.
It's like I'm on auto-pilot. I land in places I shouldn't.
You really know how to make a guy feel confident.
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Written by Bob Dylan
Performed and Produced by Tim Hockenberry
Courtesy of Ram's Horn Music 1976 See more »
Has a feel of Requiem for a Dream with more pleasant content.
People are giving this movie unfair ratings. It was both analytic, which we all feel compelled to be, and sensitive. The soundtrack was amazing, and the camera work done with the high speed film perfectly conveyed the mood of the film at the appropriate moments. If you don't like this movie, perhaps you're missing at heart because it certainly pulled at mine.
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