Friday, August 14, 2020

AI-pocalypse Review: A sci-fi short film where A.I. saves humanity

The movie is set it 2035, where a robot travels the fourth dimension to fix humanity's future.

Al-pocalypse is a mind-blowing sci-fi film that tells the story of artificial intelligence and its role in saving humanity’s future. The director of this film, Lin sun, has done a splendid job in directing this 15-minute short film.

The cast of this movie includes the famous Xu Jiao, a Chinese actress who won the Hong Kong film award for the best new performer. Arthur Roberts and John Henry Richardson have given an outstanding performance in the film.

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What is the movie about?

Lin Sun – The director

This movie is ahead of its time as it shows the grave situation of 2035, the harm that humans have caused to their planet, and how a robot goes to the fourth dimension to fix humanity’s future.

The dialogue in the film, “what is the biggest difference between humans and AI?” adds a special effect to this sci-fi. Richardson plays the role of a doctor who answers this question with a smile, “humanity.”

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