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Cinematronic by Michael Snyder
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  Dopamine cinematronic
  director

Mark Decena

cast

John Livingston, Sabrina Lloyd, Bruno Campos, Reuben Grundy, William Windom, Nicole Wilder, Kathleen Antonia

year

2003

rating rating cinematronic
  What's known as chemistry between people, that invisible impetus to pursue a romantic and/or sexual relationship, is more than a figure of speech. The human organism can be affected by chemicals that the body produces to stimulate attraction and create a gooey feeling of delirium and desire in another. The feel-good chemical produced when people fall in love provides the title to "Dopamine," a talky, independent film built around the notion of affinity on a molecular level. Although set in temblor-prone San Francisco, it's nothing earth-shaking. Instead, it ambles from the agreeable to the pallid, as two damaged souls, Rand and Sarah, are drawn to one another and try to get past mutual wariness to build a relationship. "Dopamine" was made by first-time director Mark Decena with the full support of the Sundance Film Festival. Decena also co-wrote the script, which was probably in the works for a while, since Rand is a computer animator/software designer at a modest S.F. start-up that's beholden to fickle financiers. The situation is almost too Dot-Com Boom to take, but John Livingston as reticent Rand and Sabrina Lloyd (TV's "Sports Night") as tart Sarah are people that you may care about. A little.  
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