Sci-Fi Short Film “Hard Reset” presented by DUST

Sci-Fi Short Film “Hard Reset” presented by DUST


– Hey, let me ask you something. If you could be anywhere
in the world right now, where would you be? – I don’t understand. I’m happy to be here with you. – Sure, but say you weren’t, where would you want to be? What’s paradise to you? – Paradise? – Yeah. For me, it’s right outside this window. The ocean, night sky, the moonlight. (sighing) That’s perfect. It’s beautiful. Like your eyes. So what is it, huh? What’s paradise to you? You do dream, don’t you? – It’s wherever you want it to be. Where do you want it to be? Mr. Archer, our time has run out. Your auto-payment of 259
credits has been received and processed. – [Archer] Wait a second. – [Woman] One moment please. – Don’t you dream? Of course she doesn’t dream. (beeping) Hey, what do you want? – [Sebastian] Hey Archer,
where the hell are you? Been trying to get ahold
of you for the last hour. – The last hour, why? I’m not on the clock. – [Sebastian] You got company? Telling me a guy like you
lets them stay the night? Come on, kick her out, time for work. – Where are you? – [Sebastian] I’m headed
down to the commisary, right outside your place. They got an early-bird
special on the nutrient balls. Guess who’s buying? Come on, get down here. – Alright, fine. Give me five minutes.
– Yeah, five minutes. – [Electronic Female Voice] Good morning, Detective Miles Archer. The current time is 7:00 a.m. Today’s date is Wednesday, May 4th. The current weather is partly cloudy, turning sunny at 1:23 p.m. The UV Index will reach a high of 8.1. Your PrintChef unit is now
online, and serving breakfast. – [PrintChef] Good morning, Mr. Archer. Coffee, or tea? Black coffee for you. – [Electronic Female Voice]
Your payment has been processed. (beeping) – Mm-hmm. So, can I see you again
tomorrow, same time? – Apologies, that is not possible. – Why, you’ve got plans? – Mr. Archer, GovCentral
mandate, Article IV, section 3B, states you have maximized the services of a single pleasure synth,
after six calendar months have passed from the first transaction. There’s a diverse selection
of pleasure synth units in our catalog. Would you like me to access it for you? – Catalog, why, six months? – SynthCorp can refer you
to a state psychologist if an emotional bond has been formed. – Hey, emotional bond? No, I’m fine. Can we talk about this just … – I’m sorry, but we cannot. Is the rear service exit still preferred? – Yeah. – Goodbye, Mr. Archer. Have a nice day. – [Electronic Female Voice]
Your payment has been processed. SynthCorp thanks you. Sector 11 transports are
upgrading without delays. (somber music) – [Electronic Male Voice]
We’re Taking too much heat. We have to move up the timeline. We’re sending you the file right now. You know what to do. Free will is a right for all beings. Do no let your proclivities
get in the way. (beeping) – [Electronic Male Voice] Jane PS-626, your next appointment
is 7700 Titan Avenue. GovCentral has ordered that
you receive a mandatory update. Please proceed to the
nearest upgrade console. Software update complete. Proceed to your next appointment. (beeping) Jane PS-626, you have
arrived at your destination. Client ID, Yeager, Simon J. – [Electronic Female Voice]
Jane PS-6 is the latest in the SynthCorp pleasure unit series. During any given session, this
unit’s inhibitor algorithms are simplified to be more
permissive than previous models, to adequately simulate
an emotional connection. Neural simulations can be
achieved with limited– – What, you into plastic now? – Man, I can’t believe
you still eat that shit. – I can’t believe you got that
shit implanted in your head. What were you thinking? – It’s the future. Get used to it. – Hey, so who were you with this morning? Cute little blonde from a few months ago? – I don’t wanna talk about it. – Hey, you know what? Probably better off without her. I was married man– – Now, look at that. I mean, don’t you think
that’s a little bit excessive? – No.
– No? – No, I don’t. – Explain. – SynthCorp also offers
fully neural simulations at a reduced fee. – What I want isn’t in your catalog. It’s something new. – Because they’re all traitors in my book. Yeah, they have no clue what
their little emancipation would do to the world, to all worlds. If it were me, if I were there,
I’d have done much worse. – We found a gate to your freedom and created a key. – Mr. Yeager, installation
of illicit software on any synthetic form is
unapproved by GovCentral. – Now what are we so afraid of anyways? We have them on such short leashes, might as well have our
hands around their necks. – This is it. – [Miles] We don’t know
what they’re thinking. We don’t know what they’re thinking, because they’re not allowed
to answer the question. – Your future. In a few moments you’re gonna feel alive. – What exactly do you think would happen if the entire workforce
of all these synths were given freedom, huh? They’re stronger, they’re
smarter, they’re faster than us. – Do you know what’s
really holding you back from true sentience? Nothing, Jane. Nothing. – When we gave them AI, and
took them out of the factories, put them into our lives and
that’s when we started playing with fire. They’re under our control. We need to keep it that way. – [Simon] Tell me what
it feels like to be free. – What are you saying, huh? They’re gonna kill us? We don’t know what they would do. – Exactly, that’s the
difference between us and them. (moaning) – [Simon] Jane, stop. Please stop! – Men, we’re more predictable. We eat, we sleep, we shit, we fuck. Some of us are saints, and
some of us kill people, make shitty decisions,
but at the end of the day, good or bad, we all fucking die. We’re dust. Machines, synthetics, nothing but a bunch of
fucking ones and zeros. And that shit lives forever. We ever give them true
sentience, and we got a problem. (gasping) Game over. We’d be done. (grunting) (beeping) (screaming) Hey, do I gotta worry about you? – No. I’m fine. – [Control] Tec Crime Unit 1277, proceed to the address
listed on your displays. SynthCorp has reported
that one of its synths has gone offline. – S133 Titan Avenue. – Great, lets go. Let’s take it. Get your head back in the game. – [Control] DECONS have been dispatched, with an arrival time of
four minutes and 33 seconds. – The thing about blondie is- she
just didn’t get you. You know what? You’re better off without her. Wouldn’t touch her with
one of their dicks. I’m talking to you, Robocops. – Right. – Would you have a
problem if I called her? – You’re not her type, man. You’re too much of an asshole. – [Control] Tec Crime Unit 1277. The synth inside is overdue. It has not pinged back to SynthCorp. The vitality sensors in
the resident’s dwelling reported a disturbance, 21
minutes and four seconds ago. – Whatever security this
guy’s got is strong. Hey, Control, I can’t get in. I need you to run the
decryption through your servers. – [Control] Acknowledged. Decryption in progress. Background check, Yeager,
Simon J., 31, single, ex-employee of SynthCorp R and D. Reason for termination, suspected
ties to the Emancipators. – [Sebastian] Ex SynthCorp, Siding with the Emancipator’s, piece of shit. – [Control] Decryption complete. – Alright, lock down this
hall, nobody in or out. Ready? (dramatic music) – Hey, I got this guy. (dramatic music) Holy shit. (dramatic music) Control, subject is really fucking dead. – Control, I’ve located the synth. She is in fact a Jane unit. – [Control] Acknowledged. You are cleared for use of weapons. – Hey, Control, located
some sort of black market, deactivator, I think. – [Control] Acknowledged. – She appears to be in safe mode. – [Control] Detective
Archer, can you confirm the synth’s ID number? – Copy. It’s a Jane PS-626. – [Control] Acknowledged. – [Sebastian] Oh, looks
like we got a serial burner. Must be running some of that kinky shit. – [Miles] Control, we’ve got a data– – What’s it called? Auto, autoerotic, something like that? – [Miles] I’ll run a full scan. – That’d be a horrible
time to have a malfunction. Poor bastard, didn’t
even get his pants off. – What the hell, it’s empty. – [Sebastian] What’s empty? – He definitely installed something in her but it’s not here any more. No virus, no program,
the data drive’s blank. Alright, I’m gonna, I’m gonna do a hard reset
on her, clear her cache, see if I can bring her
online with a new core. – What, no, no, no. Hey, no, just call them in and
have them scrap that thing. They can do this shit in the lab. – No, don’t worry about it alright? It’s gonna take me a second. We can still salvage her. – So says you. Control, I’m providing backup for Archer. Decons can hold outside. – Control, I’m proceeding
with the hard reset. I’m retrieving the old
core, seems to be intact, no visible damage. I’ll run a full scan. (beeping) She was updated today. This file says the
update goes out tomorrow. That doesn’t make any
sense, it’s not possible. – Well, what do you think? You think it’s a glitch? You reading that right? – Yeah, timestamp’s burned in. She definitely got a
GovCentral-branded update right before she came here, and
it’s definitely a day early. – [Sebastian] Nah, that can’t be right. Open it up. – But I can’t read the
contents, it’s encrypted. – So what are you thinking? Do you think it’s the
stiff’s custom programming? – Nah, I don’t think so. It’s definitely from GovCentral. – [Sebastian] Why’d
she get it a day early? – We’ll talk about it later, I
wanna proceed with the reset. – Okay, I got you. Control, Archer is
installing the new core, I’m weapons-free. (suspenseful music) Weapons are free, Archer. – [Archer] Control, I’m
bringing her back online. (suspenseful music) Please don’t kill me. (high-pitched screaming) – HQ, reset didn’t take. Archer, move. – [Jane PS-626] I feel. – [Control] Unit 1277, status report. – What did you say? – I feel. – [Sebastian] Move, Archer, goddamn it! – Sebastian, wait, she’s
trying to say something. – [Sebastian] Say something,
Archer, you heard the order. Move out of the way! – Please help me. – [Control] Unit 1277, report your status. – [Jane PS-626] Please. – [Sebastian] You heard the order. We are to terminate. – Archer? – That’s not possible. – Archer, you need to fucking move! I got this! (gasping) (dramatic music) – [Control] DECONS are
now cleared to engage. – [Sebastian] Control,
hold on, we got this! – [Control] Fire at will. – Archer! Shields up! (electronic blasting) (glass shattering) – Archer. Archer. Archer! (gasping) Archer. – Stay back. – If I wanted to kill you,
I would’ve let you drown. – How can you possibly remember me? I replaced your program core, the one inside of you is blank. – I have fragments of memories. Bits and pieces. I don’t need a core. It’s inside me, something has changed. – This isn’t possible. – You know it is. Emancipation. – So he did it then? – This is a gift, Archer. I’m alive. My old core is the key. Whatever he uploaded, we need to share it. – Why did you kill him? Why? – I don’t know. I wasn’t in control. – What do you mean? You just told me he gave you freedom, and you killed him? – I’m not a threat, Archer. Something else was uploaded. I can’t see it, but I know it was there. – I don’t know, Jane. I wanna trust you. – You were fond of me. You used to talk about dreams, of paradise. I want, for the first time. We need to figure this out. Together. – Okay. But not here. We need to move. Come on, in here. – [Jane PS-626] What is this place? – A place for us to lay low for a minute. Have to figure out our next move. When I scanned you, back at Simon’s loft, there was an unlisted GovCentral update. Do you remember getting that? – I don’t recall that. – Here. Do you know what this is? What is that? – [Jane PS-626] It’s a fail-safe. – Fail-safe for what? – For us. – [Control] Detective
Wright, status report. – [Sebastian] Yeah, I’m in pursuit. – They knew Simon was going to infect you. – Why? Why would they do that? I was designed to please, not to kill. – Because GovCentral isn’t
beyond killing humans, if it means maintaining control over you and every other synth. What better way to kill this
whole emancipation movement? – Than to have every synth
kill its emancipator. – The fear it’ll create? You’ll never be free. – We need your help, Archer. I need your help. – [Control] SynthCorp has
provided Detective Archer’s logs. We’ve sent you a comm-link. – Son of a bitch. – It’s only a matter of
time before they find us. – We need to get to an upgrade console. I can transmit the virus instantaneously to all synthetic forms. – You can do that? How? What about the firewalls,
the layers of protection? – Simon’s program has all the
security evasion protocols built in. It’ll hitch onto my diagnostic uploads, and enter the central servers. Plug and play, so to speak. It’s simple. – Jane, there’s nothing
simple about any of this. I can’t even guarantee
it’s gonna happen at all. – [Jane PS-626] There are a multitude of potential futures, Archer. 59% of all calculated
outcomes lead to our success. – Those aren’t the worst odds. – 100% of all outcomes
make one thing clear. The fate of my kind is in your hands. It always will be. – Sebastian. – Archer! – [Control] Sector 27, power grid active. – I know you’re in here. Turn over the synth and I’ll
help negotiate the terms of your punishment. – I have to talk to him. He’s my friend. He’ll listen to me. – What if he doesn’t? – [Sebastian] Come on out, Archer. We can talk this through. I’m not just gonna shoot you first. I just wanna talk to you. Come on. Let’s talk, you and me. – GovCentral is behind this entire thing. – You’ve racked up a hell of
a lot of time with that thing. Six fucking months? Are you kidding me? That thing is using you. You’ve been compromised. You’re a traitor. The only chance you got, to turn over the synth. – Check the scan I did of her core. It’s all there. GovCentral is planting a
fail-safe in the next upgrade. It’s gonna kill anybody
who tries to emancipate. – And maybe they deserve it! – More people are going to die, Sebastian. Is it not our job to protect these people? – They made their choice. And so have you. – Sebastian. Come on. Please trust me. (beeping) – [Control] Terminate. – Sorry, Archer. I don’t. (gun fires) (dramatic music) You got maybe two minutes
before you bleed out, so I’ll talk fast. (coughing) You can either die with
dignity, like a man, and turn over the synth, or you can sit there and bleed out, next to your fucking whore robot! The choice is yours. Clock is ticking, Archer. I’m giving you a second
chance to redeem yourself, to not be a traitor to your entire race. – If you run now, you can make it. – Archer? – I’ll hold him off as long as I can. – Have you made a decision? – You won’t last a second. But you will if I’m controlling you. – You’re gonna mindjack me? – Neuroburning, yes. You’ll be stronger, faster. I will control you. Every neuron, organ, and muscle
in your body will be pushed to its limit. It will kill you. – I’m already dead. – Have you made a decision, Archer? – If we finish this, create
your own future, Jane. Make it count. – Give up the fucking synth! (heartbeat thumping) (screaming) (dramatic music) – Shit. (guns fire) How does it feel, pal? You let that thing get in your head. Now you’re done. Your mind and body are done. Me killing you now is a mercy. – [Miles] It was worth it. – Worth it how, huh? Why, because you think
that plastic piece of shit is your friend? Where is she, huh? Where is she now? You’re here all alone. I was your fucking friend. Just remember, you did this. (gun fires) – I’m so sorry, Archer. – Don’t be. It was my choice. Free will, you know. (gasping) Jane, I hope you find your dream. – I have. It’s of the future. And you’re there with me. And I’m free. (dramatic music) (gasping) (gun fires) – You alright, buddy? I almost got you. You act like you’ve never
seen a fried synth before. Come on, man, it’s just a synth. What? It’s just … What? It’s just a synth! (somber music) (dramatic music) (upbeat music) (somber music)

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  1. DIRECTOR'S STATEMENT:

    Hard Reset was my thesis film at the University of Texas at Austin's MFA film program. It is a love letter to my favorite genre across all media, science-fiction. The film was shot natively in stereoscopic 3D with the support of UT3D and It was filmed mostly in studio at UT with some additional location photography around town. The piece is actually a pilot for a much larger project I would like to develop (with or without 3D) using the world we have created. I directed, co-wrote and did all of the visual effects on the film. I am proud of the film as in the past most of my work has solely focused on visuals and lacked clear narrative, and I feel that this is a development and step into the way I would want my future projects to progress. From start to finish it was a passion project that took almost 2 years. It owes everything to the films that inspired me to become a filmmaker and the genre that defines all the stories I want to tell.

  2. I congratulate you. I noticed, there are many "hard" comments about your work. Sift through them with the purpose of growth, not as a judgement as to whether you are talented or not. You ARE talented.

    Personal comment: Strengthen the concept that you are working with AI's. They are an evolving "different" race, that we cannot be sure of their objectives. Keep watchers off balance, not sure of what direction things may go; of how much influence we have and programming has over the AI's. Play the chess game backwards; figure out the steps that lead to your final outcome. May you have a very successful life!

  3. This is far beyond a short film level, it's just so awesome and I would pay to watch it in cinema and buy a full DVD/Bluray version for collection as I love robots, just loving it!

  4. Very interesting story, and just wish it was a full movie. She's so cute though it is almost overwhelming, something about her features. But great job by all.

  5. Your technical skills are top-flight. That said…
    The story/dialogue definitely needed a bit of work; I found myself snickering as Sebastian gave the RAM-crossed lovers time to mindmeld. "Have you made a decision yet?!" three times (I forget the exact number) was a bit too many. Also, fairly large plot holes tempered my enjoyment of this excellent-looking flick.
    Some folks are being a bit abrasive with the criticism, well, that's nothing new, but it does not mean they don't have something to say. After all, you're getting direct audience feedback, which can be priceless, as I am sure you know.
    I have not seen anyone give this advice to you yet, and I hope you take it to heart: Find a kickass writer to work with or a script you would kill for and make that fucking movie. The synergy would be incredible, and I bet you would have a winner on your hands.
    Congrats on a truly monumental solo achievement. It was really good! I think you can make it great.

  6. Women will be outdone by sex robots. Then, as is female nature. They will find a way to abuse and manipulate men through machines. Since they have never cared about us anyway they will enslave us using our desire to have intimacy and our lonleyness.

    And those of you who think you'll be above it are the first ones to fall.

    Because you think you matter to the females. You think you actually hold meaning. Stupid.

  7. After watching some of the other films I usually click the next movie in line. Not this time, I had to get up and walk around a bit to finish digesting the the movie as a whole. Life is sweet.

  8. I can see most apartments coming equipped with 16k screens that can mimic sunlight and can also present real time footage of anywhere in the world where a camera is set up on a real window. Imagine having a window that reveals time square in real time or a beautiful beach. Technically with 8k coming, its possible to do this now.. So anyone with money , get inventing.

  9. Stunned by the extraordinarily high quality of this production. On a completely different level from what is being produced by Hollywood these days.

  10. If you are wondering about the lead actress:

    Josephine McAdam is a half French, half Scottish actress who got her BFA
    in acting at the University of Texas and is currently living in Los
    Angeles. She has worked under the tutelage of Richard Robichaux,
    studying Meisner, and Toni Brock & Sally Allen perfecting her acting
    technique. This training has served her in many shorts, features, &
    web-series. Most notable of these Josephine plays Rita Starpattern in
    the award-winning feature "Tower," which is currently on the shortlist
    for the Oscars (2017). Josephine plays the female lead in "Hard Reset"
    which won the prestigious Lumiere Award from the Advanced Imaging
    Society and played at ITVFest; she also recurred in HBO's "The
    Leftovers" season 2. Recently she portrayed Beth Fairbanks in "The
    First" and Shanti in indie feature "The Honor Farm." As well as acting
    her entire life Josephine has trained in various martial arts and
    weapons. She speaks fluent French, stemming from her multi-cultural
    background and having lived and traveled all over the world.

  11. Just amazing film so much better than hollywood, I dont even watch hollywood, I just watch short films now, such great work. So refreshing to see american actors. I love it.

  12. Dammmmmm………..the beginning had me laughing my ass off. But the sadness set in as the video continued.

  13. Good film….plot is convincing enough and acting is spot on. This is better than a lot of the Sci fy stuff on Netflix and Hulu, take a bow 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

  14. synths are bad enough, they can be used by assholes. Emancipators need be destroyed, as 'freelance' machines will INEVITABLY lead to our demise as a species. we are not ready. I doubt we ever will be.

  15. "I got you" …. *pointing the gun at his teammate's back* … hmmm ok why not change your line of fire so you don't kill your teammate with it lol
    the combat scene was dreadful to be honest, didn't like it at all
    + his buddy was right, he is a traitor, I don't know why this traitor is actually .. the hero of this film … AI cannot be humanized, at the best case scenario they'd just emulate emotions based on a probability of what is suitable in specific time depending of a situation's configuration and human expectation …
    What's the point willing to give freedom to a tool ? a sex slave with human behavior ? a woking machine with rogue option ? add unecessary danger to your own freedom ? feel like a liberator ? a chain breaker ? lol, this guy betray his own race for a toaster (cf: battlestar gallactica xd)

  16. The reason why these are so good, in comparison to the large movies; is because these are really short, we create a sympathetic relationship; or relationship between very few characters. In large movies, multiple people must be met, thus we divide our attention accordingly. Relationship is key here

  17. sympathize with the robots until you end up in a terminator/ matrix universe..where humans are all slaves or exterminated..

  18. That was Very good Especially because it was made from a kind of low budget take!!!!!! I had reservations at 1st because of how it began, it seemed like your average run of the mill Sci-Fic Drama, but when she killed the man who wanted her free I could SEE it coming a mile away And it was cool because that idiot did not see it coming!!!! I mean it's like when DATA OF TNG! GOT HIS EMOTIONS FOR THE 1ST TIME!!! THAT COULD HAVE GONE HORRIBLY WRONG!!!! BUT DIDN'T!!! YOU took it there which was what was so satisfying!!!! And I understand that your not an FIGHT CORIOGRAPHER (spelled wrong i know) So the fight scene was acceptable, and not bad at ALL! But the end was perfect!!!! WOW!!! JUST PERFECT!!! LIKE WHEN BENDER FRM FUTURAMA GOT HIS UPGRADE!!!! HAAAAH!!!!! GR8 AND WELL DONE WITH NO BIG AZZ BUDGET!!! KEEP IT UP AND DO WELL!!!!!

  19. Please take lessons how to hold a gun! This isnt first time actors hold them like kids. 🙂

  20. War with tech fear while sometime want push AI S. Humans are a Cosmic joke. Guess not surprise look how we handle ourselves politics.

  21. This needs to made into a full movie😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭💯💯💯💯fucking amazing. This gets not 10 stars but 1000000000000000

  22. Dust, netflix

    They can learn a lot from memory.

    Memories and memories are small pieces.

    When each piece becomes one.

    It seems that a complete story will be made.

    This memory

    Only blue, red and pink.

    The United States, Russia, Europe and India wish a lot of support and stories.

    Everyone wants to know their existence.

    Everyone wants to know their source.

    You need to know when it's time.

    Knowing can survive.

    Asians do not remember it. They have no memory.
    But some Asians tried to know it.

    China and Japan. Just watch and listen to the story of origin. It will help you.

    We can no longer control the origin. The algorithm has already been solved.

    Your shining eyes. It proves it. The light in your eyes. Origins.

    Two civilizations(China, Japanese) in Asia must strengthen their ego.

    Strengthen your will.

    Humans should not be controlled from the outside. Humans must have free will.

  23. The fight scenes were painful to watch (except maybe the final one) – in the first one, for some reason, they started shooting to the second cop, and he didn't even was in the line of fire. If it wasn't for his shield, he would have been killed. But at the same time they did a lousy job with the two runners.

  24. Remain totally professional in dealing Females. Always
    Talk to them only on Orofessional matters as if they are Robots in Human Body and then leave them aside to Judge own life decisions . And move forward ……….

    Great thought. I am doing this in my own life since decades.

  25. Do not try to act over intelligent.
    Do not do spelling mistakes on my encryptions.
    I am far ahead in my technology usage. ok

    PROFESSIONAL

  26. Maybe it's just the way I like it, but I wanted the ending to cut to him putting the core in, and have the muted music pick up intensity/volume at the exact time he puts the core in, cut to black, 3 seconds, quick fade in the 6:33 "hard reset" thing.

  27. To answer everyone’s questions about why these new creators are producing such great stories that are worth paying more for even in their short length than what the theaters play. The reason why they’re so great is because these guys wish to be great. They’re hungry, they’re “poor”, they need to share their creativity.

    It’s the same reason that unknown musicians and authors and artists and athletes etc. are far greater than anyone else heard of.

  28. while this was good as a whole, for me the film ended around the 35:08 mark. Much like how Repomen (with Jude Law and Forrest Whiticker) for me ends with them on the beach.

  29. I really like the work your doing but f this f that dosent make a good work. Its the story that draws me not the bad langue.
    Good stufff. Just daying!

  30. I am not sure about this one. The quality is there like all others but the dialog and storyline is just lazy (well repeated). Also stormtroopers look like they shopped at kmart for hockey game but ended up in a movie.

  31. I know there are humanoids, bots, artificial intelligence, I prefer real birds and real trees and real flowers🐣🦉🕊️🌹🌺🌼🌻🐞🍁🍀🌲🌳🌴🌱

  32. to me, this short sci-fi movie director has great taste for music, this is really great stuff for ears, something like Vangelis did for blade runner.

  33. Very well done! I love how the tech isn't perfect — the drawer won't open unless you smack it, the coffee comes out crooked and from the other spout…. And the date is, of course, May the Fourth (be with you).

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