Watch: Sci-Fi Short 'Judy' - A Twisted Cautionary Tale Of Our Future
"I am here as your servant. I can perform any simple task." With the new "Westworld" show on everyone's minds, it's a perfect time to feature this new short film titled Judy. This first premiered at Fantastic Fest this year, and I owe Tim League thanks for the tip on its online debut. Judy is set in the near future and is about a guy who randomly receives an android assistant at his door one day. It starts out amusing, gets a bit raunchy, then ends on a very twisted note. I won't spoil it - you just need to be aware this may not play out the way you want. It's also a cautionary tale about how emotionless we can/will get with more technology.
Description of the film from Fantastic Fest: "A man opens a door to a robot that boasts exceptional ability and intelligence, but the man has only one thing on his mind. Practiced vulgarity that escalates to a darkly hysterical extreme." Judy is written, directed and produced by Alex Kavutskiy & Ariel Gardner; with cinematography by Jay Carey, and music composed by Jason Martin Castillo. Starring Paul Isakson, Kate Freund & Brady Novak. This short film played at Fantastic Fest as well as the LA Shorts Fest and Telluride Horror Fest. For more from Alex & Ariel, visit their Vimeo page. To see more shorts, click here. Thoughts?
Reader Feedback - 4 Comments
WALL-E future is not too far away!!~
DAVIDPD on Oct 18, 2016
Excellent idea. Subpar execution.
Zen on Oct 19, 2016
One of these days, I'll remember to never waste my time watching the crappy shorts you post on this site. But I forgot today.
Russell Wronski on Oct 19, 2016
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