The Man bicentenary
SynopsisAt this beginning of 21e century when the technological advancement spread for the best, Richard Martin acquires of the new whole domestic Robot with the mode, the NDR-114. This one was conceived to carry out the painful pieces of housework formerly reserved for the human beings: cook, household, do-it-yourself, monitoring of the children. They baptize it Andrew.
With this close Andrew in question will not be as simple as the traditional model. Equipped with an analytical mind modified by accident, the robot will give itself goals, objectives to be reached and goes to the wire of its trainings and its emotions, to learn the life.
Andrew will go even until defying the death of the Man by helping it to survive its own fears. But he will discover very quickly that the life and the love have a price, whose only will be able to determine the amount to him…
- Title: L´Homme bicentenary
- original Title: Bicentennial Man
- Realization: Chris Columbus
- Scenario: Isaac Asimov, adapted its New of the same name
- Music: James Horner
- Production: Michael Barnathan and Chris Columbus
- Country of origin: the United States and Germany
- Format: Colors (Technicolor) - 1,85:1 (Vistavision) - Its SDR/Dolby DIGITAL/SDDS
- Kind: Science fiction
- Lasted: 132 minutes
- Coming out date: March 15th 2000 (France, Belgium)
- Robin Williams (VF: Michel Papineschi) : Andrew Martin
- Embeth Davidtz (VF: Isabelle Guard) : Little Miss Amanda Martin/Portia Charney
- Sam Neill (VF: Herve Belon oyster) : “Sir” Richard Martin
- Oliver Platt (VF: Antoine Tomé) : Rupert Burns
- Kiersten Warren (VF: Nathalie Bienaimé) : Galatea
- Wendy Crewson (VF: Josiane Finch) : “Ma´am” Martin
- Hallie Kate Eisenberg (VF: Malene Kaloudia) : “Little Miss” Amanda Martin (at 7 years)
- Lindze Letherman (VF: Mauricette Marot) : “Miss” Martin Grace (at 9 years)
- Angela Landis: “Miss” Martin Grace (adult) /Portia Martin
- John Michael Higgins (VF: Boris Rehlinger) : Bill Feingold, Martin' S Lawyer
- Bradley Whitford (VF: Laurent Offal) : Lloyd Charney
- Andrew is named thus by Grace which hears the word " badly; androïde".
- Galatea is named according to Galatée.
- When Rupert builds an artificial heart for Andrew, Galatea sings " Yew I Only Had has Heart" of the film the Magician of OZ .
- Card IMDb
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