In the near future, Frank is a retired catburglar living alone while his successful son, Hunter, tries to care for him from afar. Finally, Hunter gets him a robot caretaker, but Frank soon learns that it is as useful as a burglary aide. As Frank tries to restart his old profession, the uncomfortable realities of a changing world and his worsening dementia threaten to take beyond what any reboot can do for him.Written by
Kenneth Chisholm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Throughout the entire film, only once is the robot referred to by anything other than 'Robot'. At approx 36:25 in the movie Mr. Darcy refers to "Robot" as VGC-60L. See more »
After the Robot is switched on for the first time, you can see the reflection of a crew member on the side of Hunter's car, then another time after the Robot goes into the house. See more »
[a phone rings, and a recorded female voice announces: "Call from Madison Weld. Call from Madison Weld"]
[On a wall video phone, with noisy transmission]
Daddy, it's me, Madison. Hi!
Oh, yeah! Yeah... Hey. How are you doing?
I'm wonderful. Turkmenistan is so beautiful. I am sorry I haven't called. How are you?
Oh! You know... fine. I'm OK.
Has Hunter been coming around?
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Over the closing credits, there's footage of real assisted-living robots in various stages of development. See more »