Seen at the July 2016 Under 5min. FEEDBACK Film Festival in Toronto.
Directed by Paul McGinnis
Loren, a proper British robot and formally the head butler for a very wealthy family, has been replaced with a Roomba and stored in the basement. Now the kids program him to teach them stuff.
Movie Review by Kierston Drier
Light, bright and whimsical, Loren The Robot Butler, written, directed and creatively lead by Paul McGinnis, entices the inner child of us all. The film’s premise is established in just a few quick moments, and with the help of a charming opening tune, explaining that an outdated robotic butler sits unused in a family’s basement, and spends his retired life teaching children. Perpetually upbeat and sporting the quintessential British Accent, our friendly butler protagonist speaks directly to the audience as though they are the…
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