Where to Watch Daft Punk’s ‘Electroma’ Movie

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It’s the end of an era for Daft Punk. On Monday morning, the beloved DJ duo, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, announced that they would be hanging up their space helmets after nearly 28 years atop the EDM charts. The Daft Punk breakup was teased in an eight-minute video titled “Epilogue” released this morning, and news of the split quickly sent shockwaves across the world. Can we get a “One More Time” for old time’s sake?

If Daft Punk’s split has you feeling some type of way, you’ve come to the right place. Where can I watch the Daft Punk movie? Is Daft Punk’s Electroma streaming? Here’s everything you need to know.

WHAT IS THE DAFT PUNK MOVIE ELECTROMA?

In 2006, Daft Punk released Electroma, a science fiction art film directed by the DJ duo. The film tells the story of two heroic robots (played by Peter Hurteau and Michael Reich) as they attempt to become human. Unfortunately, Electroma received mix reviews at the time of its release, but it has since become something of a cult classic that is beloved by EDM fans.

IS DAFT PUNK’S ELECTROMA STREAMING?

Unfortunately, Electroma is not currently available to stream legally. The Daft Punk-directed film is also not available for rent or purchase on digital platforms such as Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, and iTunes. However…

WHERE TO WATCH THE DAFT PUNK ELECTROMA

If you’re desperate to watch Daft Punk’s Electroma, you can find the entire film on YouTube. Of course, because the sci-fi flick has been illegally uploaded to the service, it’s possible that it could disappear at any time.

HOW DOES ELECTROMA CONNECT TO THE DAFT PUNK “EPILOGUE” VIDEO?

Fans who watched the “Epilogue” video were treated to a lengthy clip from the Electroma ending, in which the gold robot flips a switch on the silver robot’s back, blowing him up a minute later. “Epilogue” then fades out to a graphic of the robots’ hands atop a note that says “1993-2021,” before following one of the robots as he walks into the distance, alone.



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