How far may man intervene in creation to save what he loves? Kaito has constructed an android, Akira, who is deeply devoted to him. But after the death of his brother Haruki, Kaito turns his back on Akira. The latter lets himself be recruited by OSI employees to take part in a Mars mission. He seems to be the right candidate, as he is completely unfeeling. But is he really? And is Haruki really dead?
The film tells the story of a robot named Rob. One day he was walking around the city and saw an elderly man sitting in a chair inside the Store of Unwanted Things. Next to the man, there was a sign “For Sale.” The owner of the store said that the goods were up for sale. The man's name was Robert. Rob wanted to have a friend. He made a purchase and received a receipt. Robert explained that he was now Rob's pet and from now on Rob should provide him with a roof over his head, feed him, and make sure he doesn’t get bored. The robot and man started living together…
An old man discovers a way to become young. Trying to convince his wife to become young again with him, she is content with their life. He needs to decide if he will grow old with his wife or run away to pursue his younger self's dreams
Hong Kong's Ironman stepped up to the plate when Dr. No (1962) took the world by storm in the 1960s. Tso Tat-wah, the quintessential tough guy of Cantonese cinema who had appeared in dozens of popular action films, was licensed to spy in several 007 imitations. Here, he is Agent 303, the lucky number "3" a vivid sign of East-West integration. Presented in glorious widescreen, the film is garnished with secret weapons and ominous hideouts, mind games and technological intrigues, violence and sex, the latter in the form of a silhouette striptease!
U, a deliverbot, always feels herself a defective robot. So she goes often to the Chiropractor for spinal manipulation treatment, wanting to be perfect as others. However, she changes her mind when she met the weird but unique video editor, Lin Min.
An emerging actor’s big break lands when she’s cast on a 1950s sitcom. Her excitement gives way to dread when she realizes that her director is a fastidious AI that demands perfection – but is unable to articulate what it’s looking for in a performance. Cory Williamson has created a surrealistic, subversive and ultimately nightmarish film that manages to disturb as strongly as it engages.
Commander Adam Kent leads the Zero Patrol, pride of the Omicron Corporation, to the far reaches of Neptune in search of a team of missing scientists. Surprises await as they attempt their daring rescue!