Mr. Levine is correct. It is indeed Demon Seed, the awkward rogue AI movie from 1977 in which an AI becomes concerned for the environment and decides to spawn a superbeing kid, so it takes over a computer controlled house to, uh, appropriate the housewife, played by Julie Christie. It’s not quite as icky as it sounds, but it’s still a really dumb movie. The rogue AI manifests itself as a giant bronze d20, which can unfold, origami-style, and then fold up and smush people caught inside. At the very least, Demon Seed answers the question, “What would happen if a Transformer was less careful about transforming while someone is driving it?”
The 60:60 is a crossfade to Julie Christie, who is in the process of being brainwashed by the rogue AI.
That’s a simulacrum Julie Christie in the 40:40, by the way. The rogue AI can make onscreen digital versions of people. The 80:80 is Fritz Weaver as the inventor of the rogue AI.
The rogue AI is voiced conspicuously by Robert Vaughn. I’m not sure it’s a good idea to give a movie computer a famous actor’s voice. Do you really want your rogue AI to sound like the Man from UNCLE?
Over to @Jason_Levine!