“Daddy, are you observing a motion picture?”

The concern arrives about midway via Kogonada’s charming science-fiction drama “After Yang,” a melancholy balm for the moviegoing soul. It’s posed by a younger female (Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja) to her father (a by no means-better Colin Farrell), who is in fact looking at a film — truly a bunch of motion pictures, little 5-2nd movie clips excavated from the memory financial institution of a malfunctioning technosapien, or robotic. (That’s the Yang of the title, played by Justin W. Min the rest of the story I’ll go away to your discovery.) It created me

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