Robots Pray to God: 5 Things You Didn’t Know

Robots Pray to God: 5 Things You Didn’t Know Clapway

God created a man. That man met a woman and they created many smaller versions of man. This went on for years and years until man decided to create a robot. Does that now make man the ultimate creator, is it just another miniature man? More importantly, do robots pray and does any of this make sense? Regardless if it does, here are five things to ponder about the concept.

1. THERE’S MOVIE ABOUT ROBOTS AND GOD

One may not find the answers to the relationship between robots in God in this movie, but at least it will be entertaining throughout. The minor motion picture is about an existential robot question his relationship with the man upstairs.

2. SCI FI AND RELIGION CAN COEXIST

Does God Here Robots Pray is proof that science fiction and religion can exist in one environment, albeit a creative one. Regardless of what side you take, the juxtaposition of the two conflicting themes will surely open up room for exploration.

3. IT’S SHOT IN 16mm

Isn’t 16mm film the stuff that hipsters use? Well, yes, but it’s also the same film that Kevin Smith used on this 1994 hit Clerks. Not to mention the first three seasons of Stargate SG-1, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the academy award winning film Leaving Las Vegas. It’s historical, economical and not to mention it looks pretty cool. So don’t judge.

4. HD DOWNLOAD AVAILABLE

If you just need to know how robots pray to God, it’s possible to get an HD download of the short film. Just a mere $8 will have you curled up in an existential, robotic ball of tears wondering how so much emotion could come from something made of wires and metal.

5. YOU CAN HELP THE CAUSE

Whether you actually care about the relationship of robots and God is beside the point. Haven’t you ever wanted to do something meaningful in your life? Well, it’s probably too late but at least you can help others accomplish that goal. This is more than just a film, it’s a dream for aspiring filmmakers. Their fate may just rest in your hands. Feel free to do something about it

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