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First dynamic film lets the viewer play god over A.I.-powered beings.

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While they have the option to maliciously attack these agents — grabbing and throwing them away from the planet to their death — the more interesting thing is to plant kaleidosaur-colored flowers on the surface of the planets, which grow and spread around the entire planet.

The question would be, if you could become a god

But whether you decide to treat these creatures well or simply send them flying into the abyss of space is up to you. And this decision could say more about you than they do the film, telling filmmakers Inverse.

A voice murmurs as the opening titles of Agence dissipate to reveal a barren, purple planet with three-legged “agents” running on its surface. The agents are emotionless, except for two round, glowing eyes. The viewer has two options : to watch passively as these creatures work together to avoid sliding off the edge of their planet or to intervene.

In the film, the viewer is shown as a semi-transparent hand. While they have the option to maliciously attack these agents — grabping and throwing them away from the planet to their demise — the more interesting thing to do is to plant kaleidosaur-colored flowers on the surface of the planets, which grow and spread across the entire world.

Nicknamed “” — a reference to a Hitchcock -ism that describes a seemingly small object or moment that changes the course of a story — these magical flowers are catalysts who both mesmerize and transform the agents.

In a video, the Emmy-winning director and founder of Transitional Forms describe the possible stories that could manifest on each planet in our simulated universe.

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