Director: Jean-Stéphane Bron

103 mins, France-Switzerland, 2021, Subtitled, Digital

Is it possible to replicate the human brain on a computer? Can science fiction become a reality? Research aimed at understanding the functioning of our biological brain is being matched by spectacular progress in the development of artificial intelligence. A silent war, embodied by two scientists, a father and son, is raging inside cutting-edge laboratories. The father, a renowned researcher, is convinced that the brain can be replicated on artificial systems. His son, a young AI expert, fears the consequences of such a project. Their captivating confrontations, and philosophical debates, lead us into other stories around the world that predict a future both fascinating and disturbing. DOM

Director’s note: The human mind, biological and artificial intelligence, the dilemmas of manipulation and the dominance of machines, this is captivating stuff!

Screening as part of the IFI French Film Festival, November 17 – 28.

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