Academy Award® winner Tilda Swinton plays four roles in this award-winning science fiction film about Rosetta Stone and her three Self-Replicating Automatons which she clones from her own DNA. Though they look human, the SRA cyborgs were bred as intelligent machines and are immortal. In order to survive, they need sustenance of male Y chromosome, found only in sperm. Their task is to harvest sperm in the old fashioned way, which leads to a quest for love. The film won the Alfred P. Sloan award for writing and directing and features Karen Black, Thomas Jay Ryan and Jeremy Davies. It also is the first feature film shot on 24p high definition with HD graphic conversion.
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What this film lacks in photographic finesse it makes up for in conceptual cleverness. Throughout, I felt the film could have benefited from a more sensually charged visual approach, but I had fun anyway. It's funny, something I wasn't expecting it to be, and you can't get bored watching Tilda Swinton. It was amazing to see her craft such distinct personalities for the four roles she portrays. The script does her justice too despite the films somewhat unfortunate lack of symbolic eroticism. Would totally watch again though. Like I said, it's fun.
I LOVE Tilda!!!!
Superb, but in a way which made its watching even more enjoyable. The crossovers between "Reality" and A Bio-Engineered "New Reality" make for an ever-expanding scope of quirky sometimes hilarious events.
not really perfect but totally cool +Tilda x 4 is wonderful in all_so bright & charged a total delight _so much fun
Flat and simplistic.
captions or subs, please.
thought provoking - love tilda swinton
Strange subject, pretty much a one actor piece. Odd, is the word.
WHAT IS BETTER THAN 1 TILDA - 4! <3
Weird but fun!
cliches given at the end are disappointing, summing it up so succintly. many questions unanswered. but an entertaining film, with adorable love sequence with an appealing male character.
Beautiful sets, simple yet fun story, great acting, loved it!