Now Playing At Sundance: Short Film On Robot Sexy Time

Old man Sullivan seems like the friendly neighborhood collector — but we're sure what he's got in his apartment is not appropriate for the kids in the schoolyard. Coming to the Sundance Film Festival today is the story of Mike Sullivan, a 65-year-old porn filmmaker who's been shooting a stop-motion robot sex film — a project he's been working on for the past 10 years. No, we're not making this up. Working with a bunch of metal stiffs (we knew there was a joke there somewhere), looks like it's been a laboring hobby for Sullivan. His home is filled with thousands of pint-size robots who lack in some, but not all, humanly features. "Here's one with dangly balls." Thanks, Mike.
Meaning of Robots, directed by Matt Lenski, documents the "f!*ckable" figurines and they're zealous creator in a four-minute short film set to debut today at Sundance. However, we would never leave you hanging with teaser for a robot sex movie — we've added the trailer below for you to watch and indulge in all your deviant, dirty thoughts. Or not.
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