Teknolust

2002, Sci-fi, 1h 24m

33 Reviews 500+ Ratings

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Anxious to use artificially intelligent robots to improve the world, Rosetta Stone (Tilda Swinton), a bio-geneticist, devises a recipe through which she can download her own DNA into a "live" brew she is growing in her computer. She succeeds in breeding three Self Replicating Automatons - S.R.A.s - that look human, but were bred as intelligent machines. All of the characters struggle to find meaning in a world where love is the only thing that makes things real.

Cast & Crew

Tilda Swinton
Rosetta, Ruby, Marine, Olive
James Urbaniak
Agent Hopper
Karen Black
Dirty Dick
Narita Hiro
Cinematography
Lisa Fruchtman
Film Editing
Paul Barnett
Co-Producer
John Nazemian
Co-Producer
Amy Sommer
Executive Producer
Yohji Yamamoto
Costume Design
Chris Farmer
Production Design
Debbie Brubaker
Unit Production Manager
Tonya Crooks
Key Makeup Artist
Marine Menitt
Key Hair Stylist
Kris Boxell
Set Decoration
Jonathan Heuer
First Assistant Director
Paul Muldrow
Second Assistant Director
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  • Jan 11, 2010
    What an odd little movie. It's pretty much totally invalid except as a performance showcase for Tilda Swinton, giving her all sorts of bizarre alien landscapes and situations to maneuver through. Its total lack of focus makes it intellectually unengaging, it looks and sounds cheap, and you don't really laugh at its absurdity like you would at most other successful comedies; you sort of revel in it. You get to see Swinton choreograph a three-person dance routine comprised entirely of herself, though, and you get to watch her say "succulent proteins" over and over to some guy at a bakery. Perhaps I'm just a fucking moron, or a die-hard Swinton fan, but little pleasures like these were perfectly worth sacrificing my 80 minutes for. Unless you really want to get your Tilda on, or you're in the mood for a super oddball sci-fi feminist curio, you could probably skip this and not miss out on much.
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