A man who lost his daughter at the hands of a robot has a strange encounter with a woman in a coffee shop. Set in the year 2117 (or 2017 + 100 as the film puts it), “Learning to Walk,” is an immensely ludicrous sci-fi comedy, low on the sci-fi, high on the immensely ludicrous. Writer and star Jon Millstein plays Clark, a young father still bitter about the death of his daughter who could have been saved by a robot (“a robot could have saved my daughter, but it saved my life instead”). Never forgiving the bot, he’s dedicated his life to spreading hate about the life-like computers walking amongst us. That is, until one night, on the anniversary of his daughter’s death (of course), he has a run-in with a woman trying to ditch her ex-boyfriend, which just so happens to lead into a series of life-changing discoveries. Directed & Edited by Jon Mackey, this expose on the tropes, cliches, and simplistic character shifts of bad movies everywhere, operates within its own self-aware artificial intelligence characterized by Millstein’s brand of expert “acting”. See also, his equally ridiculous turns in “Alex Inc Inc” and “My Mom’s Grace”. Someone get this guy a Comedy Central show. (10 minutes). Directed & Edited by Jon Mackey. Written by Jon Millstein. Starring Jon Millstein & Kirby Howell-Baptiste. Cinematography by Matt Sweeney. Illustrations by David Ferrier. Original Music by W.D. & Jon Mackey.