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What does love mean in an age where your every fantasy can be fulfilled by a robot? "Eve" examines the nature of love and obsolescence in a world where last year's model is easily discarded in favour of the latest technology.

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Paul Leeming

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Paul Leeming
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Credited cast:
Tara Clark Tara Clark ... Eve
Adam J. Yeend ... Mark
Igor Breakenback Igor Breakenback ... Viggo
Allan Lim Allan Lim ... Mr. Miyazaki
Celeste Paterno Celeste Paterno ... Rachel
Maja Meschitschek Maja Meschitschek ... Rachel's Mother
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rosemary Armstrong Rosemary Armstrong ... Gothic Lolita Robot
Crazy Joe Bananas Crazy Joe Bananas ... Lolita Robot Customer
Vanessa Bateman Vanessa Bateman ... Reclining Robot
Aaron Bertram ... Rita's Assistant
Priscilla Caiza Priscilla Caiza ... Female EVK Robot
Billy Chan Billy Chan ... Gothic Male Robot
Sai Gundewar ... Male EVK Robot
Angelique Malcolm Angelique Malcolm ... Charlotte's Mother
Michael Nelson Michael Nelson ... Reclining Robot
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What does love mean in an age where your every fantasy can be fulfilled by a robot? "Eve" examines the nature of love and obsolescence in a world where last year's model is easily discarded in favour of the latest technology.

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Companion. Servant. Lover. Machine.

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Short | Romance | Sci-Fi

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Many of Adam J. Yeend's lines were removed in the final cut of the film to give the character of Mark a "darker edge". See more »

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Interesting theme not very interesting film
24 October 2006 | by lawstuaSee all my reviews

Great concept but not very well made. The acting of the male lead is wooden, he seems mute throughout the film, as does the 'robot girl', who isn't particularly attractive (wouldn't a female robot girl be 'perfect'?). Content-wise there's nothing really going on, despite the film's self-important tone. There's nothing really to challenge the viewer, and there's no sex. This filmmaker's idea of daring cinema is to have a 'Benny Hill' moment of the male lead peeking up his robot girlfriend's dress. Understated and sombre is OK, but this film doesn't seem to tackle anything interesting. Neither is it particularly well made: the acting, the writing, the sets, the special effects, nothing in this film is convincing.


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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 June 2006 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

AUD5,000 (estimated)
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Dolby Digital

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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