A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001)
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A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001)

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After decades of development, Stanley Kubrick handed 650 drawings and a script to Steven Spielberg, asking him to please direct this film dear to his heart that he kept on referring to as ‘Pinocchio’. He always believed the lead role of A.I. child David could not be believably played by a real kid, but that’s because he passed away only months before the release of The Sixth Sense. That movie’s Haley Joel Osment is amazing in the misunderstood masterpiece that A.I. Artificial Intelligence would become, indeed exactly the film one would expect being the lovechild between Stanley and Steven. It’s audacious filmmaking, visually mind-blowing, and at times a tiny bit weird (Jude Law as a sex robot is not very Spielbergian). The film shows us how cruel our toying around with conscience can be, and a very different human/A.I. dystopia than other films in this A.I. film series. English language without subtitles.


Steven Spielberg
Haley Joel Osment, Jude Law, Frances O’ Connor, Sam Robards
Science Fiction, Adventure, Drama
146 minutes


In the middle of the 21st century, humanity has developed a new type of computer that is aware of its own existence. This form of artificial intelligence is used in robots, among other things. One of these robots, a young boy, hopes to become a real human in order to regain the love of his foster mother