The Ex Machina (2014) Thriller movie explained in Hindi Urdu. The American Thriller Sci-Fi film “Ex Machina” story summarized with a complete ending in हिन्दी explanation. The Plot is about a character 'Caleb Smith' who serves in the Search engine company as a programmer and in between an AI based female humanoid robot. Caleb is intelligent so he wins the company contest. The CEO then summons him for a week of work because of his dedication. When he arrives, he observes a high technological system in everything. Later, the CEO greets him cheerfully and asks him to keep everything about this facility confidential. The CEO then takes him into a room and tells him about the female humanoid robot with a blue structure gel brain. It also contains the traits of thousands of people, such as their emotions, feelings, expressions, and thoughts. She has only one question: What happens to me if I fail your test?
Actually, the CEO wanted to see if his created human robot was satisfactory because he used human intelligence in it. He had previously attempted and failed to create many humanoids using AI. This successful experiment, however, poses a threat to him. How? Because, in the end, he becomes a prey of his own creation. While Caleb is locked in a room by that girl humanoid robot and she escapes via helicopter so no one knows that she is the rebot. When she arrives in the city, she blends in with the crowd, and no one knows whether she is a robot or a human.
In my opinion, story flow achieves what it sets out to do. Every scene contains suspense, which is brilliantly built up with the conclusion. Ex Machina is definitely one of the best pieces of science fiction I've ever seen. Please Like, Share and Subscribe.
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