Several years ago, Russian documentary filmmaker Maxim Pozdorovkin made some noise with his films about Pussy Riot and Viktor Bout. This time he picked up a wider popular theme: robots. The word “kill” in the title is a deliberate exaggeration. There are only two robot-caused deaths in the film, and they are coincidental. Pozdorovkin is rather worried by algorithms that replace humans in the most unexpected professional and personal circles. This is a gloomy and skillfully filmed account of situations, professions, activities where humans no longer cut it. The story begins with more or less obvious examples, such as car assembly or mail sorting. As it unfolds, the fear intensifies: “what if they are going to tell me that a robot will do better in my place?” The border between real and virtual is eliminated by a huge magic eraser. We can only hope that in the new world we will be covered by the Three Laws of Robotics.