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Film Review - I Am Mother


There have been many films made about the mysteries of artificial intelligence and robot order, but few understand the core crisis of trust the way “I Am Mother” does. Making his feature-length directorial debut is Grant Sputore, and he’s managed to find a way to respect low-budget realities while still creating a picture with big ideas, offering a strong visual presence while exploring a story with only a handful of characters. “I Am Mother” is dystopian sci-fi, but never oppressively so, managing to grasp larger questions of ethics and safety while remaining a suspenseful thriller with a few mysteries to solve, playing into genre expectations without softening the whole endeavor in the name of entertainment. Read the rest at


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