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The Congress (16-May-2013)

Director: Ari Folman

Writer: Ari Folman

From novel: The Futurological Congress by Stanislaw Lem

Keywords: Sci-Fi

An aging actress agrees to hand her likeness over to a studio to create a digitized performer, with unforeseen consequences.

ABSTRACT
(broken link, Robin Wright), an attractive actress decades removed from her breakthrough role in The Princess Bride, faces dwindling career prospects brought about by her recent string of bombs and impending middle age. Her agent gives her one final offer on behalf of the head of film studio Miramount: Submit her likeliness to be used for the world's first forever-young digitized actress, accepting compensation that would allow her to drift into quiet obscurity as a mother to an ailing son. Complications arise when Robin, who agrees to the offer, is called into an all-virtual "Congress" two decades later to renegotiate her contract, as her digital likeness rises to global superstardom.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sami Gayle
Actor
22-Jan-1996   Nicky Reagan-Boyle on Blue Bloods
Paul Giamatti
Actor
6-Jun-1967   John Adams
Jon Hamm
Actor
10-Mar-1971   Don Draper on Mad Men
Danny Huston
Actor
14-May-1962   Silver City
Harvey Keitel
Actor
13-May-1939   Pimp from Taxi Driver
Robin Wright Penn
Actor
8-Apr-1966   The Princess Bride
Michael Stahl-David
Actor
1982   Sean Donnelly on The Black Donnellys

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