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Technotise - Edit i ja (2009)

Not Rated | | Animation, Drama, Sci-Fi | 8 April 2009 (Serbia)
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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Sanda Knezevic ...
Edit (voice)
Nebojsa Glogovac ...
Edi (voice)
Jelisaveta 'Seka' Sablic ...
Keva (voice) (as Jelisaveta Sablic)
Petar Kralj ...
Deda (voice)
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Bojan (voice)
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Jovan Vu (voice)
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Herb (voice) (as Srdjan Todorovic)
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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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Storyline

In futuristic Belgrade, Serbia, an attractive and savvy, but also bored and aimless female student called Edit has troubles with her last few exams as well as a pervy teacher. Her friends as well as boyfriend are potheads and slackers, her parents naggers and her mind exhausted, so she decides to get an illegal chip from her drug-dealing friend that, once injected into the bloodstream, can enhance one's ability to memorize things tenfold. In her spare time she works as a babysitter to an autistic savant teenage boy who never speaks. After passing the exam, she visits the boy and becomes freaked out when he suddenly predicts that she is about to receive a phone call. The person calling is an old scientist, who's also her employer and caretaker of the boy. She is invited to see his top secret research project that, if completed, could tell the future. Once there, she becomes ill and later starts seeing a strange man no one else can see. She soon gains superhuman agility and attempts to ...

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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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4 January 2017 | by (Calgary, Canada) – See all my reviews

This was pretty interesting just for the fact that it's Serbian cyberpunk!

In 2074, Belgrade. Edit is a really smart but bored young woman who is so bored by her classes she's finding it difficult to pass some really important exams. She's also living a student life with her mom, who resents her, and her father who seems pretty out of it all the time.

She also spends her days with an autistic man as her job. When she's not doing that, she's hanging out with her friends. One of the things I didn't like about it was that as with a lot of anime, it over sexualizes Edit incredibly. Basically everyone does, including the autistic kid, her boyfriend, her friends, the scientist. It really detracts from the story, for me.

After the film sufficiently shows edit is a victim of the system, who never feels satisfied with her purpose in life and her boyfriend just wants to have sex all the time - it starts to pickup where she gets her hands on some illegal tech that will allow her to have perfect recall of things she sees and therefor, reads. It's her hope that with this tech she can pass her exams with flying colours.

This is where things get interesting, it starts exploring bio-punk tech concepts with the idea that this chip begins to feed off of her in a sort of symbiotic relationship with one another. This culminates in her having an AI presence from the tech bonded within her. She begins to learn more of herself by interacting with this construct and her life also goes careening into a ditch.

There's subsequent action that was pretty cool. The animation was really unique and cool. The language was very neat, I'd never heard Serbian before and it's a pretty cool language!

The exploration of what such tech could do to us with the possible ramifications were really interesting. There was some interesting eastern philosophy brought into it and the context was good. I liked Edit as a character, I liked most things except the over sexualization that was pretty overt. I ended up rating it a 7. 


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