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Technotise: Edit & I (2009)
"Technotise - Edit i ja" (original title)

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Belgrade 2074. Edit is a student. After a few failed exams she decides to implant a memory chip... but, something strange starts happening to her.

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Cast overview:
Sanda Knezevic ...
Edit (voice)
Nebojsa Glogovac ...
Edi (voice)
Jelisaveta Sablic ...
Keva (voice)
Petar Kralj ...
Deda (voice)
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Bojan (voice)
Boris Milivojevic ...
Jovan Vu (voice)
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Herb (voice)
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Broni (voice)
Tatjana Djordjevic ...
Sanja (voice)
Vlasta Velisavljevic ...
Profesor Dorijevic (voice)
Srdjan Miletic ...
Sergej (voice)
Igor Bugarski ...
Abel (voice)
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Belgrade 2074. Edit is a student. After a few failed exams she decides to implant a memory chip... but, something strange starts happening to her.

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Aleksa Gajic said that Edit's character was designed to resemble Jessica Alba and Natasa Bekvalac. See more »

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During the robot graveyard scene, in a shot in which we see a few rusty robotic statues and tombstones, one of the tombstones appears to be 'cut off' near the bottom of the shot and the background is visible through it. This is probably due to a misplaced background layer or similar. See more »

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Really great movie, worth watching!
28 April 2010 | by (Serbia) – See all my reviews

I couldn't believe something like this came from Serbia. The movie is amazing. The story, the animation, the design, the mood... It's thrilling! Before I start in-depth reviewing, first I'll say - thank god it's NOT a kids' movie. I'm really into animation and I hate how big world-famous cartoon studios make so many children cartoons, that on the mention of word 'cartoon' people think of something for kids. This is NOT a children musical, it's an animated movie for grown-ups. (Some scenes may even be inappropriate for children)

OK, now where do I start? OK, story first...

The story is fantastic. The movie never felt boring, the story really keeps you interested. Don't worry, I won't give out too much, don't wanna spoil the movie, so I'll just keep it simple - It's a futuristic story. It's NOT some Sci-Fi adventure with impossible inventions and space traveling action - it's just happening in the future, things are still simple, it's just about an ordinary girl (Edit) who is a psychology student and who, after 6 failed exams, decides to implant a memory chip inside her to help her pass the exams. She also has a job at some state security agency or something in taking care of an autistic math genius who discovered an important formula, but no computer was able to calculate it. Once she sees the formula and the chip remembers it, weird things start happening to her, and it gets more and more exciting. :D The characters are very good, and the humor is really great and refreshing for the dramatic and kinda emotionally-hard story. So the story is 10/10.

Next.... Design/Animation The movie is pure eye candy! The camera angles, the colors, the imaginativeness... Really great. Animation is a combination of 3D and traditional 2D animation. 3D is mostly for backgrounds in some scenes where camera changes the angle and so, but characters and objects are always 2D. Which I really liked, cause cartoons sometimes can seem too 2-dimensional, you know, no rotating camera, just translating left- right, so that's a plus if you ask me. As for 2D animation, it's perfect. It was done by professional comic artists so it's no wonder. You can see that in some parts they increased frame rate with CG in- betweens, but the movie was made on a really low budget and was done by literally 10 - 20 people (no wonder it took them like 5 years to finish) so I'm OK with it. The design and backgrounds of the movie are fantastic too! As I said pure eye candy! Backgrounds are also hand-drawn which gives the movie it's artistic feeling and always fit the mood of a scene. To Animation/Design/Art I give 10/10.

Music.... It's very good too. It was beautifully composed and every score fits the scene perfectly. There is one 'featured' song too (from artists outside the project), which was also chosen very well and fits the movie. The main theme is epic! (especially the version which starts with piano, the other remix is played in the movie tho). 9/10

So all in all, it's a movie worth to watch. I guarantee you'll like it. Trust me, I myself was totally skeptical towards it since I hate sci-fi and futuristic stuff, and it blew me off!


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