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Old 01-17-2011, 03:43 PM
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Default I Am Here. - A short film by Spike Jonze

I more or less stumbled across this short, 30-minute film earlier and after watching it, it really got my heart going again.

You just have to watch this short film by Spike Jonze. It really is a small and very beautiful masterpiece of film... More emotion in this, than there is in a lot of feature-length movies.

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"I'm Here" is a robot love story celebrating a life enriched by creativity. The movie is set in contemporary L.A., where life moves at a seemingly regular pace with the exception of a certain amount of robot residents who love among the population. A male robot librarian lives a solitary and methodical life — devoid of creativity, joy and passion - until he meets an adventurous and free spirited female robot. The film stars British actor Andrew Garfield (Boy A, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, The Social Network) and Sienna Guillory














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