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Deep Clean

A comedic thriller that delves into the ominous implications of AI on traditional jobs.
5/5

Review

In the short comedy thriller written and directed by Luke Morgan and T.K Williams, and co-written with Lewis Robert, viewers are taken on a captivating journey that explores the impact of artificial intelligence on traditional employment. Dean Gunera delivers a compelling performance as Joe, a content office cleaner who stumbles upon a robot vacuum cleaner, interpreting it as a direct threat to his job security. The narrative unfolds as a classic man versus machine tale, with Joe cleverly attempting to exploit the robot’s perceived weaknesses in a bid to preserve his livelihood.

What sets this short film apart is its unique blend of wit and darkness, creating a narrative that is both entertaining and thought-provoking. The limited dialogue enhances the storytelling, allowing Gunera’s performance to shine through. The cinematography by Lewis Robert adds a high-quality cinematic flair to the production, complementing the thematic depth of the storyline.

The film successfully captures the essence of the rise of technological advancements and their impact on the ordinary individual. With its well-executed combination of humor, suspense, and social commentary, this short film serves as an engaging commentary on the evolving relationship between humans and technology. Morgan, Williams, and Robert have crafted a commendable piece that not only entertains but also prompts reflection on the changing landscape of employment in the face of AI.

Deep Clean Short Film

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