The men eventually recover, as their sickness is someone linked to a computer virus obtained from Ruby.Ruby falls develops feeling for a print shop worker named Sandy.The clones venture out into the world out of curiosityâand because male DNA is needed for their survival.Although plot technically revolves around sex because of the need to acquire male Y chromosomes, the actuality is far less salacious.The characters struggle to find love in a world that no longer needs sex to reproduce, a world that is changing and is populated with people who use provisional identities and are seen through virtual selves and a world where love is the only thing that makes things real.Sex, Gender and Reproduction"Rosetta Stone’s clone Ruby needs to be sexually active in order for her and her “sister” clones to survive, raising many questions about both gender and reproduction.The self-replicating automatons (think Replicant prototypes) are supposedly theoretical online artificial intelligences.Unbeknownst to her colleagues, the clones exist as physical beings with individual personalities.
The self-replicating automatons is likely to appeal to those who enjoy cerebral science fiction.
Unfortunately the lust carries over into the technology leaving the males' world aghast.
Anxious to use artificial life to improve the world, Rosetta Stone, a bio-geneticist creates a Recipe for Cyborgs and uses her own DNA in order to breed three Self Replicating Automatons (SRA), part human, part computer named Ruby, Olive and Marine.
Director of photography, Hiro Narita ; editor, Lisa Fruchtman ; music, Klaus Badelt ; costume designers, Marianna AstroÌm Defina and Yohji Yamamoto ; production designer, Chris Farmer ; co-producers, Paul Barnett, Peter Buchanan, John Nazemlan ; art director, Michael Goldman ; set decorator, Kris Boxell ; executive producer, Amy Sommer.a presentation of Blue Turtle, Epiphany Entertainment, Hotwire Productions in association with ZDF ; a film by Lynn Hershman Leeson ; producers, Youssef Vahabzadeh, John Bradford King, Oscar Gubernati ; writer, producer and director, Lynn Hershman Leeson.
is likely to appeal to those who enjoy cerebral science fiction.