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Atlas 

The film follows Atlas, a woman fighting for humanity in a future where an AI soldier has determined the only way to end war is to end humanity. To outthink this rogue AI, Atlas must work with the one thing she fears most — another AI.
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The film follows Atlas, a woman fighting for humanity in a future where an AI soldier has determined the only way to end war is to end humanity. To outthink this rogue AI, Atlas must work with the one thing she fears most — another AI.

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Genre:Action, Science Fiction
Directed By:Brad Peyton
Written By:Aron Eli Coleite, Leo Sardarian
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Studio:Nuyorican Productions, Safehouse Pictures, ASAP Entertainment

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