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Ningen Shikaku

Ningen Shikaku (2019) Movie Poster
Japan  •    •  110m  •    •  Directed by: Fuminori Kizaki.  •  Starring: Mamoru Miyano, Kana Hanazawa, Takahiro Sakurai, Jun Fukuyama, Kenichirou Matsuda, Haruka Chisuga, Macy Anne Johnson, Rikiya Koyama, Miyuki Sawashiro..
      Tokyo, 2036: a revolution in medical treatment has conquered death guaranteeing a 120-year lifespan free from illness. Yet this warps the Japanese nation in a host of ways: unresolved economic disparities, ethical decadence resulting from deathlessness, grave environmental pollution, and the ''Human Lost'' phenomenon, in which people themselves, disconnected from the S.H.E.L.L. network, become malformed. Japan teeters wildly between two potential futures: civilization's restoration or its destruction.

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Human Lost is a hodgepodge of anime tropes and concepts that shows its influences a little too clearly. It presents a complex world with ill-defined rules that is never well explained despite tons of exposition. Because of that It is difficult to go more into details of the plot. Even taken at simple entertainment value for its action scenes it is hard to recommend since the cell shaded computer animation is uneven throughout the film taking you out of the movie. The highway scene would be one of the most entertaining part of the film if Akira didn't do it better 30 years ago. It is not a terrible film, but an easily forgettable one that might lose some viewers' attention.

Review by uninviteds from the Internet Movie Database.