AI: Artificial Intelligence

AI: Artificial Intelligence
AI: Artificial Intelligence

Year

2001

Duration

140 minutes

Genres

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

An eerie, beautiful science fiction fairy tale, AI is set in America in the distant future, where the flourishing economy is based on the production of Mechas, humanoid robots. When Mechas are developed with the ability to love, Henry brings one home to his wife Monica, to comfort her when their son is left in a coma. Initially horrified, she comes to love the Mecha they call David, but when their son wakes she abandons him. Cast out into the world, David teams up with Gigolo Joe and goes in search of the Blue Fairy, in the hopes that she can turn him into a real boy as she did Pinocchio.

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This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language

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