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I''M HERE (2010)

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I''M HERE (2010)

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A library assistant plods through an ordinary life in LA until a chance meeting opens his eyes to a the power of creativity and ultimately, love. When this new life and love begin to fall apart, he discovers he has a lot to give. This short film proves that ordinary is no place to be.

 

I’m Here (2010)
D: Spike Jonze
S: Andrew Garfield, Sienna Guillory, Annie Hardy

Right after making Where The Wild Things Are, Spike Jonze was whisked off by Absolut Vodka to create a futuristic minimalist tale of selfless love. Based on Shel Silverstein’s classic children’s book, The Giving Tree, I’m Here is basically about Sheldon (Andrew Garfield), a robot who leads an ordinary life in Los Angeles where robots and humans walk the same streets.

Sheldon meets Francesca (Sienna Guillory) and it’s obvious that it’s love at first sight. As a character, Francesca might be considered as the first ever Manic Pixie Dream Robot shown on film. She exhibits what film critic Nathan Rabin dubbed as “that bubbly, shallow cinematic creature that exists solely in the fevered imaginations of sensitive writer-directors to teach broodingly soulful young men to embrace life and its infinite mysteries and adventures.” Whew.

With its 30-minute running time, Jonze managed to weave an interesting albeit somehow predictable love story between Sheldon and Francesca. The real beauty of the short film, though, lies within Adam Kimmel’s cinematography. The camera moves swiftly with the otherwise robotic movement of the characters. There are also some beautiful images in the film that would definitely linger with you even after watching it.

The film is littered with bittersweet moments that make it really hard not to like. Andrew Garfield and Sienna Guillory’s performance as the two robots are just as sweet and sentimental as Wall-E and Eve in Pixar’s WALL-E.

On the surface, I’m Here might seem like your average hipster movie with robots and a cool soundtrack (it features artists like Sleigh Bells, Girls, Animal Collective, and The Yeah Yeah Yeahs), but it really is a film about how a seemingly ordinary love could take you to extraordinary heights—because really, ordinary is no place to be.
 


 

 

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Spike Jonze

 

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