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The film consists of three seemingly separate but ultimately interlinked storylines about a comic book artist (Alison Pill), a novelist (Mariana Ximenes), and a film director (Golden Globe Winner, Gael Garcia Bernal). Each character lives in a separate world but authors a story about the life of another. The comic book artist, Emma, works by day at an artificial love doll factory, and is hoping to undergo a secret cosmetic procedure. Emma's comic tells the story of Edward, a cocky film director with a debilitating secret about his anatomy. The director, Edward, creates a film that features Michelle, an aspiring novelist who escapes to Brazil and abandons her former life as a model. Michelle, pens a novel that tells the tale of Emma, who works at an artificial love doll factory... And so it goes...

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Starring

Gael García Bernal, Alison Pill, Tyler Labine, Jason Priestley

Directed by

Pedro Morelli

Written by

Matt Hansen

Country Of Origin

Brazil / Canada

Language

English

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Waru

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