[[caption-width-right:350:Yes, those white silhouettes are people.]]

''Daft Punk's Electroma'' is a 2006 arthouse film directed by... well... Music/DaftPunk. After the music videos for ''Fresh'', ''Robot Rock'' and ''Technologic'', which were also directed by Daft Punk themselves, they moved onto shooting footage for their music video of ''Human After All'', but along the way, it was extended into a complete feature film being an unplanned extension of filming videos for the entire ''Human After All'' album. However, aside from the [[CoolHelmet famous helmets of the characters]] and "Daft Punk" being written on the main characters' jackets, the story has zero relation to any previously established continuity whatsoever.

''Electroma'' is the duo’s third film, following ''D.A.F.T: a Story about Dogs, Androids, Firemen, and Tomatoes'' and the hour-long anime/music video ''Anime/Interstella5555''. Initially shown at the Cannes Film Festival, it was later shown at independent film screenings in France, Canada, Australia and the US with mixed reviews. Despite this, many viewings tended to be sold out quickly.

The story revolves around two robots, appropriately for the original plans, trying to become human. [[SilentMovie The film has absolutely no dialogue,]] and does not feature any of Daft Punk's music, setting it up as its own immersive experience. Also, lots of walking in the desert.

!!''Daft Punk's Electroma'' provides examples of:

* BecomeARealBoy: What kickstarts the plot. Their car's [[VanityLicencePlate vanity plate]] even has the word “HUMAN” on it.
* CoolCar: A Ferrari 412, to be exact.
* CoolHelmet: So much so that everybody in town gets one! [[spoiler:[[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] by the Guy-man protagonist, who smashes his to pieces.]]
* DespairEventHorizon: The silver robot crosses this after the two have been exiled. [[spoiler:[[DrivenToSuicide He never looks back, sadly.]]]]
* DownerEnding: [[spoiler:See DrivenToSuicide below.]]
* DrivenToSuicide: After trekking the desert for a while, [[spoiler:the silver robot starts to trail behind the Guy-bot. When he goes over to see what's wrong, the silver robot asks him to switch on the self-destruct keypad located on his back. He complies reluctantly. Shortly after, Guy-bot attempts this himself, but can't reach his own keypad. Instead, he opts to kill himself by setting himself on fire with a piece of his helmet.]]
* TheExile: Our heroes after their humanity stint gets them kicked out of town.
* {{Expy}}: The main characters themselves are ones for Music/DaftPunk's robot personas. The masks given to the two main characters bear striking resemblances to Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo's real faces.
* FaceDeathWithDignity: [[spoiler:The silver robot seconds away from his detonation.]]
* TheFaceLess: The two main robots, as to be expected by Daft Punk. It's then shown that literally everybody in the town has the same helmets.
* FanDisservice: The two shirtless scenes [[spoiler:involve the subjects killing themselves.]]
* {{Foreshadowing}}: When things get bad for the two robots, a brief image of fire flashes up on the screen, [[spoiler:Hinting at Guy-bot's SelfImmolation later on.]]
* FromBadToWorse: First, their new faces start melting. Next, they're kicked out of town. It just kind of snowballs from there.
* GlamourFailure: The sun melts away our heroes' attempt to pass themselves as human.
* HellBentForLeather: Our heroes.
* TheHeroDies: [[spoiler:Both of ‘em.]]
* HeroicBSOD: [[spoiler:The silver robot experiences this first before crossing the DespairEventHorizon. Guy-bot follows suit shortly after the silver robot's death.]]
* ICannotSelfTerminate: [[spoiler:Both robots are unable to reach the self-destruct switch on their backs. One is forced to activate the other while not able to reach his own.]]
* InCaseYouForgotWhoWroteIt: If the helmets weren't a dead giveaway.
* MechanicalLifeforms: The townsfolk act exactly like humans do. We're able to see elderly robots, child robots, and even a pregnant robot in one scene.
* TheMirrorShowsYourTrueSelf: Appears multiple times.
** The first time, our heroes see their melting masks in the reflection of an ice cream truck.
** The second time, the silver robot sees his face amongst the remains of his mask in the mirror while they hide from the mob.
** [[spoiler:The third time, Guy-bot takes his helmet off and examines his true face in it, prompting his RageAgainstTheReflection.]]
* NoNameGiven: Expected, as there is no dialogue. The credits even list our heroes as "Hero Robot #1" and "Hero Robot #2".
* OnlySixFaces: Two more like. Every single ‘bot in town have the same helmets, up to and including the protagonists themselves. {{Justified|Trope}} due to the fact that they're all robots.
* PinocchioSyndrome: A common observation of the film's story.
* RageAgainstTheReflection: [[spoiler:After looking at himself with his own visor, Guy-bot smashes it to pieces on the ground. He later uses the pieces to set himself on fire.]]
* SelfImmolation: [[spoiler:How Guy-bot bites it.]]
* ShirtlessScene: Twice. [[spoiler:[[TearJerker Both are more sad than anything.]]]]
* SilenceIsGolden: Not a single word of dialogue is spoken throughout the film.
* ThousandYardStare: The silver robot while he and Guy-bot hide from the angry mob. He keeps trying to put his face back on as he does so, but it just won't work.
* TorchesAndPitchforks: The townsfolk after seeing the duo's new getup.
* UncannyValleyMakeup: The main characters' latex masks. Good GOD.
* UnflinchingWalk: [[spoiler:Guy-bot manages to pull this off when he sets himself on fire.]]
* VanityLicencePlate: "HUMAN" on the main characters' CoolCar.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The Ferrari 412 which never shows up again after [[spoiler:they get their faces.]]
* WhiteVoidRoom: Where the two robots get latex masks to look human. Notable in the fact that the people inside save for them are part of the void as well, and thus can't be seen.