Living in the remote UK countryside, a lonely sheep farmer responds to his depression by building a robot to keep him company. Directed by Jim Archer (who works wonders to keep the mockumentary style fresh), “Brian and Charles” is an odd couple tale like you’ve never seen.
The idea works for awhile but before long Brian starts to get annoyed with his robot pal. Charles has the habit of repeating himself endlessly and can get a little needy (he insists that a master bedroom be made for him immediately). He's also a terrible listener, as when he ignores repeated warnings to stop snacking on Brian's cabbage. A drastic solution may be needed to save the duo from themselves.
Filled with perhaps the funniest human-robot banter you’ll ever see, the film offers a wondrously goofy take on an unlikely friendship put to the test. (13 minutes). Written by and Directed by Jim Archer, Written by and Starring David Earl and Chris Hayward and Produced by Rupert Majendie.