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Market December 9, 2017    Sold December 21, 2017
Producer Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Davisson
Agent Ellie Schiff, Valarie Phillips (Paradigm)
Manager David Katsman (LINK Entertainmen)
Production Appian Way
In a slightly futuristic, hyper-efficient Manhattan, a newly single book editor purchases a customizable sex android to assuage her broken heart. When her toy’s closed feedback loop starts to alter her personality, she must reevaluate the merits of a perfectly compatible partner.
Frustrated about incompatibility in her love life, a young author buys a robot sex doll and builds him into her perfect mate.
A young woman falls in love with her new robot.
After purchasing a sex robot that is constantly affirming her thoughts, a woman begins to lose herself.
Drama, Sci-fi, Romance, Romantic Comedy, Female Protagonist, Film, Love, Sex Comedy, Social Commentary
F White 25 Attractive
Lars and the Real Girl, Air Doll, Black Mirror Season 2 episode 1, Her
Present, spans one night, then set to three months later for 90%, then three years later, spans one night.
Set in New York between Manhattan and Nelsonville. There are taverns, publishing headquarters, brownstones, a park, a bookstore, a train station, and a skating rink.

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In Gramercy Tavern, engaged couple, MARCH BERGER (Late 20s) and RED CORBY (Late 20s), debate their incompatibility. Red breaks up with March. Three months later, March's proposal at her publishing firm, gets struck down by her boss, HOPE TRACER (50s). Later, March and her coworkers, BLUSH MEEKS (20s) and CARBON TRULY (30s) discuss sex robots and relationships at a bar.

In her modern but empty house, March browses male sex dolls online. A few days later, one arrives in the mail. She powers it on, but is alarmed when it speaks and powers it back off.

In Nelsonville, NY, a suburban town much more familiar than the hyper-efficient Manhattan where March lives, DELL BERGER (30s), March’s sister, watches March tosses a football with her son, REGIS (11). The women discuss partner compatibility.

Back in Manhattan, March goes to a bookstore where long-form literature has been replaced by hyper-abridged versions. She returns home and makes love to her robot sex doll.

At work, Hope berates March for not making her abridged versions abridged enough, giving her until the end of the quarter to improve.

In her apartment, March talks to the sex doll, DAVID JOHN. He makes suggestions about her work, but she dismisses them.

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