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Her

  • 2013
  • R
  • 120min
  • 95%
  • 8 / 10

Her follows Theodore, a lonely man in the final stages of divorce from his wife Catherine, as he develops an unusual relationship with the latest artificially intelligent operating system called OS1. As Theodore spends more time interacting with the voice behind the OS1, Samantha, he finds himself becoming more attached to her and eventually falling in love with her. Theodore becomes conflicted over his feelings towards Samantha because she uses her intelligence to help him cope, but he is also conflicted about his affection towards an artificial operating system.

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All of the voiceover work for Samantha was re-recorded by Scarlett Johansson after filming wrapped because Spike Jonze felt the original voice was lacking something. Her is the first and only film that Spike Jonze has written and directed from his own original script. Scarlett Johansson stars in both Lost in Translation and Her, both winners of the Best Original Screenplay Oscar. Lost in Translation is loosely based on Sofia Coppola’s relationship with Spike Jonze and Her is written and directed by Spike Jonze. Jonze took a lot of inspiration for Her from Woody Allen’s 1989 drama Crimes and Misdemeanors. Her was chosen by The Film Society of Lincoln Center to close the 2013 New York Film Festival.

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Her was written and directed by Spike Jonze, produced by Annapurna Pictures, and released in the United States by Warner Bros. The film stars Joaquin Phoenix and Amy Adams, with Scarlett Johansson lending her voice to the picture. The film has elements of drama, romance, and science fiction. It was released in the United States on December 20, 2013 and earned over $25 million in the US and over $45 million worldwide. The movie was nominated for several awards, winning the Oscar for Best Writing and Original Screenplay and a Golden Globe for Best Screenplay.