REVIEW: Foe (2023) - Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Paul Mescal and Aaron Pierre

"Foe," directed by Garth Davis and adapted from Iain Reid's 2018 novel, presents an intriguing premise and commendable performances from its lead actors, but struggles to fully capitalize on its potential, resulting in a film that falls somewhere in the middle of the sci-fi psychological thriller spectrum.

Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal deliver strong performances as Henrietta (Hen) and Junior, a couple living in the desolate US Midwest of 2065, struggling with the scarcity of resources and the impact of new technology that allows AI to create indistinguishable copies of humans. The film's central idea arises when Junior is drafted into an otherworldly experiment, leaving Hen in the company of a potential AI replacement.

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