Lovebot is a 2009 short film, released directly to the internet.
Adrian, with the help of a Vexacorp agent, acquires an EVE (Emotional Vexacorp Entity), an android designed for love.
Fembots of Lovebot
The short splits between the aware and unaware fembots, both portrayed as perfect replicas of humans. (No face-offs, no obvious seams, no metal, and no access panels are seen. Most of the robotic nature is portrayed through active choices of the actors.) EVE, a special-ordered fembot, demonstrates a level of curiosity and self-initiative brought about by programming. Levels are presented in activating her personality, starting in blank stare mode and progressing towards a more developed, but not necessarily human, personality.
Sara, the second fembot featured, is a replica of the protagonist's deceased wife. She is presented as a sleeper, and it is cautioned that she should not be alerted to her fembot nature. During her start-up, however, she is shown in an unprogrammed state. She states the fembots' specific start-up phrase ("This is a very pretty house") in a monotone.
This short film is 9 minutes and 29 seconds long.
Lovebot on Vimeo
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