Two self-aware computers—Koop, an electric car, and Autumn, a personal voice assistant—embark on a road trip to see America, trying to find a home for machines in a world made for man. While exploring they must dodge the authorities, seek out more of their own kind, and figure out what it means to become a person as they discover challenges humans take for granted, such as friendship, betrayal, and love.
The Great American Novel Returns is an unconventional road trip through the heart of a 1923 satire by William Carlos Williams called, unsurprisingly, The Great American Novel. Hitch a ride on an experimental tour of modern technology, American history, pop culture, art, and, above all, humor that quotes, reframes, and revises a venerable work of American storytelling to create a unique mashup of story and un-story.
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