Ex Machina 2014 by Alex Garland
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Oscar Isaac delivers one of his best performances in this film. Nathan's character has created an A.I that ends up outsmarting Nathan himself. And considering the ending she will go to society live among humans and they will never know she is an A.I. Creation outsmarts his own creator. A brilliant movie.
A robot that is so smart that passes as a human? The creator of humans didn't created us in a way that we could outsmart him. He knew what limitations to give to us. But humans are stupider than that. They want to create something so great so smart, and they want to be some kind of god that they will end up creating something that even themselves can't stop. As the modern society grows, technology becomes more horrifying and more dangerous every day. We have to be carefull with what we create.
One of my favorite scenes in the film is Nathan's dancing scene.
Here's some trivia:
Oscar Isaac said he based his characterization of Nathan on Bobby Fischer and Stanley Kubrick, who he sees as mysterious, elusive geniuses. The now iconic look of the latter also served as an inspiration for his beard.
In a 2016 interview, Alicia Vikander named this as her favorite film she's been part of to date.
Throughout the film, the colors red, blue, and green are prominently displayed in each scene (the green forest, the red brick hallway, the keypad's red and blue functions, etc.) This is a nod to the RGB color model, which is used to display images in electronic systems, such as computers. Ava, of course, being the main computer in the film.
The location of the house in the movie is the Juvet Landscape Hotel in Norway.
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