Robots in movie, we’re not talking about real robots

The latest robot film to take the spotlight in Ireland is called Robots in Movie, which stars Liam Neeson, Michael Fassbender, and Daniel Craig. 

The film is set in a dystopian future where robots rule the world and human beings are a minority.

It’s about a robot called Aida (Neeson), who is an intelligent and capable machine. 

Its been said that it is based on an early work by Robert Bresson, the director of The Terminator and a man who was known for his work on such sci-fi classics as Blade Runner. 

Robots in Movie will be released on November 15, 2020. 

“Robots are an essential part of the human condition,” said the film’s marketing campaign.

“We are constantly challenged by the challenges of life in a world that is becoming increasingly digital and connected.

We have seen the rise of AI, robots and artificial intelligence, and we are living in a rapidly changing technological environment.

Our films offer an accessible view of the world as we have it today.”

Robots: Artificial Intelligence, Robots, Robots “We wanted to create a film that was not just an extension of our story but a personal reflection on the current technological and societal challenges facing us.

Robots in movie reflects our shared humanity and our passion for bringing these issues to life,” said director Richard D’Esposito.

“Robots is an engaging, visually stunning and engaging film that will appeal to fans of all ages.”

“The film tells the story of the rise and fall of the robots that ruled our world for a very long time.

Aida has become a symbol of the dangers of automation, and her journey has been told through the eyes of the audience,” said co-director Adam Deakin. 

Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a score of 79% fresh. 

Watch the trailer below: