Lifelike

December 19, 2021

Lifelike takes a dystopian, futuristic direction in film to tell the story of a woman seeking closure in the wake of her partner’s death. To help her in her grieving process, Helen orders a Lifelike, a robotic clone of her deceased partner so she can see him one last time. Once Helen and the Lifelike […]

Lifelike takes a dystopian, futuristic direction in film to tell the story of a woman seeking closure in the wake of her partner’s death. To help her in her grieving process, Helen orders a Lifelike, a robotic clone of her deceased partner so she can see him one last time. Once Helen and the Lifelike meet, it is obvious that she misses her partner but is unsure of what to expect from her dead partner’s clone. Her anxiety is clearly demonstrated as she asks the customer service line when she will meet him, how he’ll act, and if any androids have ever malfunctioned. She is seemingly worried about something going wrong when the android arrives, however, the shocking twist in this film does not come from the android malfunctioning, but her actual end goal in ordering one. She had ordered a Lifelike to see her partner once more before the android kills her, covering up what was actually a suicide as a horrific act of a stranger. 

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