The Congress | 2013
Robin Wright, a Hollywood actress who once held great promise ("The Princess Bride", "Forrest Gump"), receives an unexpected offer in mid-life: Mirramount Studios want to scan her entire being into their computers and purchase ownership of her image for an astronomical fee. This will allow the studio to make whatever films it wishes with the 3-D Robin, including all the blockbusters she chose not to make during her career. As if that were not inducement enough, Robin forever remain young in the movies always thirty-something, a stunning beauty who never grows old. In return, Robin will receive tons of money, but be forbidden to appear on any kind of stage for all eternity. Despite her deep internal resistance, Robin eventually signs the contract , understanding that it's her only way to stay in the business and give her son Aaron, who suffers from a rare disorder, the best treatment money can buy.