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Deals lightly with medical miracle of stem cells and their regenerative qualities. The film begins with a professor whose research into creating spare parts causes a furor and eventually spawns a war between the humans and the mutants.

The promise of a fascinating plot from the start soonslides into a series of stereotypes, including the special armour the hero wears, the shallow character of the hero's girlfriend, and the inevitable bad guy who wants to rule the world.

The intense SF and graphic blends smoothly into the futuristic tone, although the feel is sometimes reminiscent of the anime style fight sequences.

Overall the long winded tale awes with the sharp takes and the impressive sets and cities built for the world, although this does not compensate adequately for the thin plot.

Running Time: 143 minutes
Released: 2004
Starring: Kumiko Aso, Akira Terao, Fumiyo Kohinata, directed by Kazuaki Kiriya

Rating: 3.00 (3 votes) - Added: 4/12/2005
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