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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My question is, does the chemical make-up between two human mammals make up our personal involvement a moot point?
Of course, it's all chemical to start with. It's all just signals to communicate with these bodies we live in, but true love is incredible, all consuming.
No I totally agree with you, all consuming. BUt so is the lust, I mean is it possibly rooted in physiology rather then
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I really enjoyed the unfolding of these characters, all of which have their own challenges.
The interplay between the programmers is especially witty. Bruno Campos is very funny and Grundy plays a great straight man.
Great visual portrayal of San Francisco.
Sarah has a genuineness about her that reflects reality, not stereotypes or cliches.
I look forward to future works by Decena and Breitbach and they continue to evolve as filmakers.
The Sundance process is one that needs to be supported and I hope to see the Sundance Film Series be a regular thing.
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