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Silicon Docks

Ireland 2022
directed by Graham Jones
starring Grace Power, Shane Lynch, Brendan McDonald, Fiona Bawn Thompson, Bobby Calloway, Rob Smith, José Naghmar, Gerry Cannon, Matthew McMahon
written by Graham Jones, music by Freedom Trail Studio, Futuremono, The Tower of Light, RKVC, Ashley Shadow, Dan Lebowitz, animation by Kasia Wisniewska

animation

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Yahoo's Marissa Mayer (Grace Power) has summoned the biggest tech moguls of the world - including of course Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg (Bobby Calloway), Amazon's Jeff Bezos (Matthew McMahon), Twitter's Jack Dorsey (Rob Smith) and Tesla's Elon Musk (José Naghmar) - to Dublin, Ireland, to sign a paper to avert EU legislation that would affect all their companies. Of course, that would be the logical thing to do, but these tech moguls, all awkward and internally conflicted creatures, still object to signing it for various reasons, be it for mere powerplay or for not getting more out of it than their rivals. They still have some hours to kill before the signature is due, so they decide to go on a pub crawl through town - but alas, Covid has struck, and the city's under lockdown. And even though they all agree that U2's Bono, who lives just a stonethrow away, could sort this out, nobody really wants to go, and so they end up buying booze from the off-licence - and over the night they actually manage to listen to one another, at times even start understanding or liking their rivals - but does that mean they're really going to sign?

 

Now one thing up-front, if you're not aware with the situation surrounding this film and familiar with at least some of the people caricatured in here, the satire side of this film (and thus the comedy) is very probably completely lost on you. But to Silicon Docks' credit, the movie's more than just a simple parody of current events as it puts its time into character work and goes for more than just cheap jokes to make this an engaging story, actually, and a wickedly funny one - but as I mentioned, if you're unaware of the facts, there's little chance you'll be in on the joke.

 

And if this has made you curious, feel free to watch the full movie here: https://youtu.be/cG8gwP3kQfE

 

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