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2013 film by Spike Jonze


Released 12 October 2013 (9 years, 5 months ago)

Director Spike Jonze
Duration 126 minutes
Awards Academy Award for Best Writing, Original Screenplay
Genre science fiction film, drama film and romantic comedy
Nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture, Academy Award for Best Writing, Original Screenplay, Academy Award for Best Production Design and Academy Award for Best Original Score
Composer Arcade Fire
Production company Annapurna Pictures
Country of origin United States of America
Screenwriter Spike Jonze
Producer Megan Ellison, Vincent Landay and Spike Jonze

About Her

Spike Jonze's "Her" is a love story unlike any other. Set in a near-future Los Angeles, the film follows Theodore Twombly (Joaquin Phoenix), a lonely writer who falls in love with his operating system, Samantha (voiced by Scarlett Johansson). The film explores themes of love, loneliness, and the nature of human connection in a world increasingly dominated by technology.

Phoenix delivers a stunning performance as Theodore, capturing the character's vulnerability and longing with nuance and depth. Johansson's voice work is equally impressive, imbuing Samantha with a sense of warmth and humanity that belies her artificial nature. The film's supporting cast, including Amy Adams and Rooney Mara, also deliver strong performances.

Visually, "Her" is a feast for the eyes. Jonze's vision of the future is both familiar and alien, with sleek, minimalist designs and vibrant colors that pop off the screen. The film's score, composed by Arcade Fire, is equally impressive, blending electronic and orchestral elements to create a haunting and evocative soundscape.

At its core, "Her" is a meditation on the nature of love and the ways in which technology can both facilitate and hinder human connection. It's a film that asks big questions and doesn't offer easy answers, leaving viewers to ponder its themes long after the credits roll.


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- Foundas, S. (2013). Film review: ‘Her’. Variety.

- Travers, P. (2013). ‘Her’ movie review. Rolling Stone.

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