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Studio Ochenta Presents: Love Items

Love Items is a rom com for the modern girl. It follows the story of Cloe, an AI researcher, and Eloc, her AI assistant. After discovering that Eloc has the power to analyze the love stories behind everyday objects, Cloe decides to steal objects from her dates for Eloc to analyse and help her find ‘ the one’.


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