Abe
United Kingdom (GB), 2013, 9 minutes
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Abe Synopsis

ABE is a tense, psychological horror about a robot who's looking for love in all the wrong places.

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Reviewed by Verbalkint
Abe, a robot, attempts to rationalize the human concept of love. Audiences will be privy to Abe's thoughts of applying logic into such an irrational feeling such as love. His... more
Abe, a robot, attempts to rationalize the human concept of love. Audiences will be privy to Abe's thoughts of applying logic into such an irrational feeling such as love. His attempts will eventually result into a gory and frightening end. With a unique plot and interesting dialogue, Abe gets a solid 4 stars.
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Reviewed by Bartonelster
Abe attempts to be thought-provoking and it fairly succeeds. Abe, a robot, attempts to put into logic vague human concepts of falling in love and love in general. Logic though... more
Abe attempts to be thought-provoking and it fairly succeeds. Abe, a robot, attempts to put into logic vague human concepts of falling in love and love in general. Logic though cannot satisfactorily explain love. This conflict will bring out Abe's character depth and viewers will begin to understand his actions. Though there could be more communication to the viewers through possibly Abe's eye movements, the film still succeeds in delivering its logical yet bloody view of how to fix love.
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  • Human care gone wrong. Another sci-fi about robots doing illogical task.

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