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'How to Make a Doll' (1968) – H.G Lewis.

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  • 'How to Make a Doll' (1968) – H.G Lewis.

    'Put simply, this is the charmingly well-thumbed, calamitously cross-wired tale of boy makes girl, girl makes boy, beleaguered boy runs away from this oversexed, sensually synchromeshed sex-bot, and finally settles down with a nice, respectably bespectacled girl replete with disarmingly fluffy bunny ears, and a deliciously Pom-Pom'd, perfectly picturesque bot! How To Make a Doll' is an eerily prescient film, fearlessly foreshadowing the existential complexities of so unthinkingly creating a rogue, hyper-sexualized A.I., the myriad dangers borne of manufacturing a synthetically sensual, inventively inquisitive, unquestioningly pliable, consistently reliable, bodaciously bonking, soft-bodied simulacra, and resolutely reaffirming that the lurid love of a lop-headed lovely conquers all! 'How to Make a Doll' proved to be far more of a contemplative, consciousness-raising opus than I had initially expected it to be!

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