Struggling to support himself and his ailing younger brother, delivery man Ray takes a strange job in a strange new realm of the gig economy.


Noah Hutton


Noah Hutton
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Credited cast:
Dean Imperial ... Ray
Madeline Wise ... Anna
Babe Howard Babe Howard ... Jamie
Ivory Aquino ... Jo
Dora Madison ... Erica
James McDaniel ... Felix
Frank Wood ... John
Arliss Howard ... Dr. Mangold
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Violet Adams Violet Adams ... Val
Violet Adams ... Val
Jason Babinsky ... Brian
Malin Barr ... Interviewee Jen
Tim Berne Tim Berne ... Goldfinger
Kim Blacklock ... Maureen
Alex Breaux ... Alpine


Struggling to support himself and his ailing younger brother, delivery man Ray takes a strange job in a strange new realm of the gig economy.

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Robots in the film were constructed by the University of Pennsylvania's robotics lab. See more »


It's unclear how Anna and Ray ended up on the same route for over a day. See more »

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Intriguing, original, relevant
28 April 2021 | by ian-dodkinsSee all my reviews

Ok, so it's a scifi, but really it's a commentary on how technology controls humans for work and every day life. Coming from the UK, the country with the highest surveillance in the world, as well as having the situation off being unfairly charged 20,000 dollars for an education course that was supposed to be free, and which contributed to me leaving the UK because I could only ever talk to call center guys that new nothing, it seemed very relevant and powerful.

But back to the film. The characters are great, the story build intrigue and it was an original concept. Glad I watched it. Not great for action and it's not futuristic. Some avenues of the plot seemed unexplored, but I recommend it to educated adults, especially cynical adults. Definitely not for kids and not a fun movie. Could have been dull if the actors had been rubbish, but they weren't.

Watch this if you are interested in the effects modern society has on us, and like scifi which is a commentary on modern times. Original and really quite daring to so such a film which doesn't revolve around holywood cliches nor is arty or avante guarde.

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1 October 2020 (Brazil) See more »

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