|Directed by||Greg Pak|
|Produced by||Karin Chien
|Written by||Greg Pak|
Wai Ching Ho
|Music by||Rick Knutsen|
|Edited by||Stephanie Sterner|
|Distributed by||Pak Film|
|Running time||85 minutes|
Robot Stories is a 2003 American independent anthology science fiction comedy-drama film written and directed by Greg Pak. The film consists of four stories in which human characters struggle to connect in a world of robot babies and android office workers.
The stories include:
- "My Robot Baby": A couple, Marcia and Ray, must care for a robot baby before adopting a human child.
- "The Robot Fixer": A mother, Bernice, tries to connect with her dying son by completing his toy robot collection.
- "Machine Love": An office worker android, Archie, learns that he, too, needs love.
- "Clay": An old sculptor, John, must choose between natural death and digital immortality.
- Tamlyn Tomita as Marcia
- Gina Quintos as young Marcia
- James Saito as Ray / Groper
- Wai Ching Ho as Bernice
- Greg Pak as Archie
- Sab Shimono as John
- Cindy Cheung as Grace
- Louis Ozawa Changchien as Wilson
- Angel Desai as Amanda
- Bill Coelius as Bob
- Vin Knight as Doug
- Karen Tsen Lee as Mrs. Ito
- Glenn Kubota as Mr. Ito
- John Cariani as Salesman
The film has a score of 72% with a certified "Fresh" rating and having been met with largely positive reviews on Rotten Tomatoes based on 43 reviews with the consensus being that it is "Although its 4 stories vary in quality, Robot Stories is still worth a look for Twilight Zone fans". 
The San Francisco Chronicle in their glowing review of the film said that "This is a science fiction film, but like all excellent movies in the genre, the focus never strays from the human heart." 
In the TV Guide review of the film it was rewarded with 3 1/2 out of 4 stars and wrote that the film is "ostensibly about artificial life forms, each of these four short, expertly crafted stories offers a poignant perspective on what it means to be human." 
Robot Stories received much praise for both the direction of the film and the director Greg Pak's talent himself. Variety magazine said "Greg Pak understands the short form well, mercifully avoiding blatant O'Henry twists while pulling off neat reversals of expertly set-up genre expectations." and Elvis Mitchell of The New York Times wrote of Pak's directing in his review with saying that " The most startling aspect of Robot Stories is not the mix that the director built from spare parts left on the curb but the evolving dramatic acumen of its maker; he's a talent with a future."
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