A man tries to create the woman of his dreams but doesn't quite get what he bargained for in this sci-fi tinged comedy. It's the year 2025, and woman are now in political and economic control of the world, with men reduced to menial labor or clerical work. Guy (Ryan Hurst) works in plastic fabrication; his career isn't going well and he's just been dumped by his girlfriend, who grew tired of trying to turn him into her ideal man. Since sad and lonely guys are a dime a dozen, several firms manufacture humanoid robots that can be programmed to obey any instructions, and Guy decides a robot might work out better for him than a human being. Guy customizes his humanoid to look like Mary, a woman he wooed in Paris without success. On the surface, "Mary" (Daniela Lunklewitz) would seem to be Guy's idea of the perfect woman -- she's beautiful, she cooks and cleans without complaint, she doesn't mind watching sports, and she's willing to have sex as often as Guy would like. However, Guy soon finds himself falling in love with the humanoid -- and Mary, being made out of plastic, is not capable of returning his affection. The Woman Every Man Wants was the first feature from Gabriela Tagliavini, who won the Best Director prize at the 2001 Nodance Film Festival.