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S1m0ne (also spelled Simone) is a 2002 science fiction drama film written, produced and directed by Andrew Niccol, starring Al Pacino.

When the main star of disillusioned director Viktor Taransky's (Al Pacino) new movie walks away, Taransky is forced to find a replacement or never work again. Unfortunately for him, nobody wants to work with him any more.

Viktor tries a new computer program on a hard disk he inherited from his acquaintance Hank Aleno (Elias Koteas). Viktor uses the program as a last, desperate attempt to finish the film. The system allows him to use a computer-generated woman to play the movie's central character. Viktor names his synthetic actress "Simone", a name derived from the computer program's title, Simulation One. Seamlessly incorporated into the movie, Simone (Rachel Roberts) gives a fantastic performance. The studio, and soon the world, starts to ask "who is Simone?"

The movie is a great success, and Viktor markets her as a real person. He gives phone and camera interviews, but it becomes difficult to maintain. Two people doggedly pursue him and force him to showcase Simone "live" after they discover that he used stock photography as a background during the interview instead of being on that site as he claimed she was. Simone ascends to even greater heights, winning the Academy Award for Best Actress.

* Al Pacino - Viktor Taransky
* Catherine Keener - Elaine Christian
* Evan Rachel Wood - Lainey Christian
* Rachel Roberts - Simone
* Winona Ryder - Nicola Anders
* Jay Mohr - Hal Sinclair
* Pruitt Taylor Vince - Max Sayer
* Jason Schwartzman - Milton
* Elias Koteas - Hank Aleno (uncredited)
* Rebecca Romijn - Faith (uncredited)
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