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Ex Machina (2015)
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Ex Machina (2015)

  FILMHOUSE HUSTLAS EPISODE #13
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Directed by: Alex Garland
Starring: Alicia Vikander, Domhnall Gleeson, and Oscar Isaac

Ex Machina Movie Summary

Harry Reasoner describes Ex Machina as “Boy meets girl robot, boy falls in love with girl robot, but does girl robot love boy?” These are the questions we have when a young man is invited to test a beautiful female android for artificial intelligence, but finds himself being tested by both the android and its creator.

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