Joe, a programmer and obsessive self-quantifier, and Emily, a budding comedy performer, are happily married until they decide to use one another in their work. A dark comedy about love, technology, and what can’t be programmed.
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★★★★★ review by there is no howie only zuul on Letterboxd
i have panic attacks, i am selfish, i'm manipulative, i say things before i think about their implication, im needy. this movie forced me to confront the parts of myself i seek so much to bury inside of me. this film is so brilliantly shot and it feels human and relatable in a way i havent seen in a very long time. i feel this film lingering in my heart still, and i know ill come back to it for multiple viewings because theres just so much to digest. amazing. check it out.
★★★★ review by Brian Tallerico on Letterboxd
Dear God, please make Martin Starr and Mae Whitman stars. They deserve it. They've been great for so long and this might be the best they've ever been.
★★★★ review by SeraphicWings on Letterboxd
This here is the reason why I love movies so much. Life has turned me into a right pessimistic, cynical old grump but, mercifully, films still have the capacity to pleasantly surprise me and remind me that my feelings can still be stirred.
This is good.
'Operator' is good.
★★★½ review by Vivian on Letterboxd
this was cute also Her, who? also i still love character actors
★★★½ review by LauraBirnbaum on Letterboxd
I can't remember the last time I felt I could relate to a story on screen as much as this. It's deceptively profound and carefully composed, however minimal its budget may have been.
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