Zone 414 clip: Guy Pearce shares a scene with a synthetic Matilda Lutz

You can’t get much more “obviously inspired by Blade Runner” than director Andrew Baird’s sci-fi thriller Zone 414, which has been given a theatrical, digital, and On Demand release this month. Zone 414 can be viewed at THIS LINK, and to help you decide whether or not you want to check it out, we’ve gotten our hands a clip from the film in which a private investigator played by Guy Pearce (Memento) has an interaction with a synthetic played by Matilda Lutz (Revenge). In the video embedded above, the clip is followed by the film’s trailer.

Zone 414 has the following synopsis:

Zone 414, a dangerous, dark colony of humanoids known as “the city of robots.” The colony’s creator (Fimmel) hires private investigator David Carmichael (Pearce) to track down his missing daughter. David teams up with Jane (Lutz), a highly advanced A.I. equipped with the same technology of her fellow humanoids, but with all the emotions, feelings and dreams of a human being. They travel through the city uncovering clues and a crime that calls into question the origins and true purpose behind the city of artificial humans.

Jonathan Aris (The End of the F***ing World), Travis Fimmel (Raised by Wolves), Colin Salmon (Resident Evil), Ned Dennehy (Mandy), Johannes Haukur Johannesson (Game of Thrones), Antonia Campbell-Hughes (3096 Days), Maggie Cronin (High-Rise), Jorin Cooke (Marcella), Holly Demaine (Almost Never), and Olwen Fouéré (who will be playing Sally Hardesty in the new Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie) are also in the cast.

Brian Edward Hill wrote the screenplay. Baird produced Zone 414 alongside Martin Brennan, Jib Polhemus, and Deborah Shaw-Kolar. Wes Hull, Katy Jackson, Michael Jefferson, Dave Lugo, Colin Bates, and Brendan Mullin were co-producers. Hill earned an executive producer credit, as did Arianne Fraser, Bill Grantham, Mark Huffam, Nathan Klingher, Hannah Leader, Delphine Perrier, Robert Halmi, Jim Reeve, William V. Bromiley, Shanan Becker, Jonathan Saba, Ness Saban, and Ryan Winterstern.

Source: Arrow in the Head

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