Spencer Brown


Stigma Films


Georgina Campbell, EamonFarren

About the project

Thriller starring Black Mirror’s Georgina Campbell and The Witcher’s Eamon Farren.

The pair will star in T.I.M (Technologically. Integrated. Manservant), from writer-director Spencer Brown. The film is described as an „intelligent and timely thriller which explores the unhealthy relationship we have with modern day technology.“

T.I.M. follows Abi (Campbell, who is currently starring in Barbarian), a robotics engineer, as she moves to the countryside to work for a tech firm that’s developing an A.I. manservant: T.I.M. She is hoping the new job will be a fresh start, allowing her to rebuild her relationship with her husband following his affair, and start a family. As a perk of the job, Abi is given her own prototype T.I.M. She’s thrilled. After all, they’re meant to change your life. However, T.I.M. quickly becomes obsessed with her. He will do anything he can to take her husband’s place, using his access to their data to manipulate her into thinking her husband is straying again. What hope does trust have against an intelligence that can deep fake your voice, access your bank account, control the locks on your smart home and take control of your driverless car?


Soundtrack released on all major platforms. Listen to the full soundtrack

Composing the score for T.I.M required taking the listener on a journey through two sonic landscapes which had to exist both separately, but also intertwine as one. 

One sound world is an organic palette of sounds, featuring small string sections, delicate textures and emotive piano recordings processed with unique analogue FX to support the healing love story throughout the film. 

The latter world is an exploration of brooding modular synthesis, twisting and detuning as the music progresses to showcase the development of the lead character, “TIM”, as he develops human like emotions becoming sinister in his jealousy.  

The two worlds intertwine to show TIM’s disruption in the relationship. The organic string textures become detuned and percussive, whilst the aggressive TIM motifs support the foundations below, often taking over the melodies in later parts of the score.

Some impressions

“Georgina lights up the screen with her amazing presence and subtlety … Eamon completes the central trio with a brilliant AI performance that showcases his truly world-class talent.““

Digital Spy

„Eamon in pure, wicked magnetism“

The New York Times


Digital Spy

„Georgina lights up the screen with her amazing presence and subtlety, Mark wins our hearts with his humour, depth and humanity and Eamon completes the central trio with a brilliant AI performance that showcases his truly world-class talent.“

the full review

Cult Films

“T.I.M. delves into our fear of A.I. — tech companies racing ahead, wanting to be first to market, when even they admit they don’t know exactly what they’re unleashing on the world. And whether it will destroy us.”

the full review