WINNER: SCI-FI-LONDON Best Feature Film Award 2004
Don't go looking for action science fiction here. The robots don't kill, carry
guns or try for world domination, for the most part they do their utmost to fit
in. This is a wonderful film and is a refreshing change to movies that sacrifice
effects at the expense of the story.
Made up of four
parts, Robot Stories is reminiscent of classic Twilight Zone tales. The four stories
My Robot Baby: Before they can adopt a human child, young professionals
Marcia (Tamlyn Tomita) and Roy (James Saito) must prove themselves by taking care
of a robot baby.
The Robot Fixer: Bernice Chin (Wai Ching Ho) has never really
known her estranged son Wilson. Now a car accident has left Wilson in a coma.
The only clue he's left behind is a box of twenty-year-old toy robots.
Machine Love: The latest component of the digital office, the
Sprout G9 iPerson is a walking, talking coding machine programmed to fit seamlessly
into the work environment by learning from its human
Clay: In John Lee's world, technology allows people to scan their
memories - and thus their consciousness - into computers. John’s (Sab Shimono)
body is falling apart. His doctor, tells him it's time to get scanned.
WINNER OF 22 AWARDS, WE PRESENT THE UK PREMIERE OF THIS GENTLY INTELLIGENT SCI-FI
Q&A WITH DIRECTOR, GREG PAK FOLLOWS THE SCREENING.
WINNER OF 22 AWARDS WORLDWIDE... and now our own Best Feature.
THIS IS AN INTELLIGENT MOVIE THAT IS "PROPER SCI-FI", IT DEALS WITH
THE HUMAN CONDITION!