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Ingénue fills a void that Hollywood misses, a strong, commercial story with an inspiring message about the strength of family. With light science-fiction overtones, Ingénue is a feature-film about a married couple who finds a human analog in their basement. The Analog appears to be a woman of the age of 20 but in reality she is a clone with the intelligence of a toddler. After being blackmailed by big business, the couple takes on the task to raise this analog and teach her what it means to be human. Feature film written & directed by Kate Chaplin. Produced by Karmic Courage Production in association with Vimar.  



  • “[When] Ingénue is at its very best exudes the sort of charm one felt while watching Ryan Gosling in Lars and the Real Girl” – Richard Propes, Independent Film Critic Read the Full Review

  • “You need to see this movie. It speaks in a language that cinema has been trying to talk to us through for over 100 years. We finally have our translator.” -Tara Eary IMDB reviewer Read the Full Review
  • “INGENUE is a tender and poignant story about a family thrust into an extraordinary situation. As they deal with the issues raised, they all learn something about themselves and grow from that. I especially liked the mother, she was so strong throughout, even though she didn’t think she was.” – Ferch Arthur IMDB Reviewer Read the Full Review


  • IMAX, Indiana State Museum, March 23, 2013
  • River Bend Film Festival, April 6, 2013
  • Indie Film Con, June 8, 2013
  • Nickle Plate Arts Weekend, June 9, 2013
  • Gen Con, Saturday August 17 @8pm
  • Railroad City Comic Con, Sept 21-22


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