A.I. Artificial Intelligence — a visual study

You can count me among those who think A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001) is one of the more underrated movies of the past decade. And as such a person, I was glad to come across this two-part video essay by Benjamin Sampson last night (via The House Next Door). It may only scratch the surface of what makes this semi-posthumous collaboration between Stanley Kubrick and Steven Speilberg so interesting, but the surface is a perfect place to start, and this video essay scratches it so well:

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  • Lance

    great find. I can't wait to watch it again and look for more of these examples. I've always loved this film, but now even moreso. Tying the duality to the 2 directors is a stroke of genius too.