Man kisses his female employee/robot, lifts her dress to expose her hip and presses her against the wall while continuing to kiss her. Sex to follow is suggested. No explicit nudity.
While taking a shower, a man closes his eyes and fantasizes that he kisses the AI robot he’s evaluating. No explicit nudity.


Alicia Vikander is seen completely nude. Her butt, breasts, and nipples are clearly visible. Her naked crotch is clearly seen, but her genitalia is covered by her pubic hair.


Kyoko is seen in a thin shirt and panties. Her nipples can be seen through the shirt. She starts to unbutton her shirt but a man stops her. She then dances with a different man and her panties are seen multiple times as she dances.


Kyoko is seen completely naked on a couch for a long time. Her butt, breasts, and nipples are seen. Her genitals are between her legs and cannot be seen. However, her strip of pubic hair is clearly visible.
A man jokes that oral sex was performed by a ghost in a film.


Conversation between two males about sexual intercourse. One asks the other if he wants to have intercourse with the main female and about how it would be performed if such a case arises.
A female robot lies naked on a bed for around 10 seconds.


A scene shows prototypes of female robots and you can see some very brief part frontal nudity.
A female robot stands in front of a mirror nude. This scene lasts about 15 seconds. You get to see a woman fully naked, top, bottom and bum.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


Just finished. Say something I understand. There are spoilers. It is strongly recommended to watch the film first.

First, we need to solve a problem: is AVA a self-conscious AI?

I think so. In fact, Turing test is not used to detect self-awareness. In real situations, the questions that human interleaver can ask are limited. Then the program only needs an instruction set, including all possible questions and corresponding answers. With a little simple randomization and response, it can successfully deceive Turing test. The test method designed by Nathan is obviously more scientific. AVA not only has a purpose (survival needs), but also implements the manipulation of conscious objects (Caleb) in the process of achieving this purpose. The latter not only needs the ability of introspection, but also needs to hold an intentional position on the communication object, which is the clear embodiment of self-consciousness.

This is reflected in many places in the film, which will be mentioned below. But here is a further point of view: Ava’s intelligence and self-consciousness are almost entirely a natural person. When she finally escaped from the cage, she looked back and smiled at the end of the stairs, just as an ordinary person can’t bear the natural expression of joy. Therefore, it’s easy to understand Ava. Just take her as a normal natural person.

Here are some scattered words

1. The film shows the hidden worries about AI

This argument is obviously not supported by the content of the film, or AVA just wants to save her life and live like an ordinary person. Nathan and Caleb are the only ones who stand in the way of her survival. The former was killed by Kyoko, and the latter was locked in her room and is expected to die (some people say Caleb doesn’t want to help her, but from the perspective of AVA, Caleb is the only living person who knows she is AI, and she can’t risk letting him escape).

2. The scene where Nathan tore up Ava’s painting was a multi angle cover up. From the perspective of Caleb or the audience seeing the play at the beginning, it seems that AVA drew a picture out of his love for Caleb and then was torn off by Nathan. From Ava’s point of view, she knew Caleb was watching, so she acted very seriously (another proof of Ava’s self-consciousness). From Nathan’s point of view, he wanted to know what the two were doing when the power was off, but he couldn’t install the camera under Ava’s gaze, so he pretended to do it and installed the camera when AVA pretended to be dazed facing a pile of paper scraps on the ground. The play reflects Nathan’s genius and cunning incisively and vividly. Unfortunately, he tried his best to underestimate Caleb, a test tool carefully selected by him. It may also be that the previous conversation with Caleb made Nathan feel worried about his IQ, so he relaxed his vigilance.

3. What is the essence of Kyoko? Does she understand English?

I personally think Kyoko is also a self-conscious AI and can understand a little English. But its intelligence is very low, about the same as a child of one or two years old. Many times in the film, Caleb and Nathan talked, or Nathan gave the camera to Kyoko when watching the Turing test video, indicating that she was listening attentively. Nathan asked her to serve Caleb, but she also understood this service as her “service” to Nathan, so she began to undress when she saw Caleb at night. As soon as the music rang, she began to dance like a child. She can’t speak English, so when she saw Caleb walk into Nathan’s room and find the previous robot prototype, she can only tell Caleb that she is actually a robot by uncovering her skin. In addition, it is understandable that she is full of resentment against Nathan, and this emotion is realized by the witty Ava. So near the end of the film, AVA meets Kyoko. In the next scene where they are together, Kyoko is holding a knife. It can be inferred that AVA asked Kyoko to get the knife, Then tell Kyoko to kill Nathan when Nathan is fighting with her (clear planning ability and accurate implementation are inseparable from the judgment of Nathan’s response, which is another proof of Ava’s self-consciousness).

4. About Mary’s black and white room. This is a famous thought experiment, which is often mentioned in artificial intelligence and consciousness theory. Mary is a scientist who studies color. She knows everything about color (including the wavelength of light, how the retina receives, how nerve cells transmit visual signals, etc.), but she can only observe a black-and-white room through a black-and-white TV screen all her life. In her subjective experience, There has never been any color except black and white. So one day she sees the colorful world outside, will she gain new knowledge? What this thought experiment wants to say is that although people (or AI) can learn about the physical knowledge of color, they can’t get the experience of qualia from the physical knowledge. This thought experiment is actually similar to the Chinese house. Interested friends can search it by themselves.

5. Why was Caleb locked in the room at last? Didn’t he crack the security system and change the default state of power failure to cancel all access control?

This can be understood in two ways. One is that the default state he set only takes effect when the power is off at ten o’clock. Because as far as he said, the escape plan included locking Nathan in his room. So if there was an unexpected power failure after they left, wouldn’t Nathan be able to escape directly? Another understanding is that Caleb was locked in the room not because of the power failure, but because he tried to use Nathan’s computer with his card, which triggered the security mechanism and locked the door. The specific plot needs to see the film again to confirm.

————————The following is a summary————————

On the whole, the film has a rigorous structure, echoes back and forth, and the pace is a little slow, but it is acceptable. The dialogue is very witty. There is almost no nonsense. It is what the audience is most concerned about. There is no hard injury in the plot, and the connection is close and in-depth step by step. The most valuable thing is that it boldly created an AI image with self-awareness, unlike many robots in movies, which are either cold and hard, or vulgar and retarded. Alicia vikander’s creation of AVA is perfect, finding a delicate balance between the casual nature of people and the precision and stiffness of machines. Domhnall Gleeson is just right for playing Caleb. Oscar Isaac’s Nathan is very outstanding. He embodies the rebellious, unconventional and somewhat elusive characteristics of a talented rich man.

The whole film is also a visual enjoyment. The claustrophobic room is in sharp contrast to the natural environment outside, and it just sets off the moment when AVA escaped from her life, as if Mary saw the colorful world from the black-and-white room. The most important metaphor in movies is that both people and AI have to evolve to perfection. Just as the original genetic material was born in the original soup, and the link of neurons and the interaction between individuals created self-consciousness, AVA is the product of the flood of information in the future. At the end of the film, AVA opens the cabinets containing past prototypes one by one and takes down the materials she needs from them to improve herself. This process is full of ritual and suffocating beauty.

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