Teach 109

Director: Richard Kletter
Screenwriters: Isaac Asimov, Richard Kletter

Institute History

  • 1989 Sundance Film Festival


In a not-too-distant future, the medical community has developed a new teaching tool: amazingly lifelike androids designed for simulated surgery. One android, however, has become a little too human, and complicates the sedate life of a young medical student with its desire to be more than a machine.

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