A view of the future of civilization, presented through the lens of provocative themes such as energy consumption, freedom of information, crime and punishment.

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 Cleveland Carr 21 episodes, 2012
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 Walter LaFong 21 episodes, 2012
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 Knobs Butler / ... 20 episodes, 2012
Joshua Feldman ...
 Chucky Wilcox / ... 20 episodes, 2012
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 Jean Marie St. Cloud 20 episodes, 2012
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 Frank Deetleman 20 episodes, 2012
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 God Nation Judge / ... 20 episodes, 2012
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 Ruth Orwell 20 episodes, 2012
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 Hope Chatsworth 20 episodes, 2012
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 Additional Voices / ... 14 episodes, 2012
Judith Benezra
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 Mrs. Bean 10 episodes, 2012
Eric Bauza ...
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 Commander Welles 9 episodes, 2012
Trevor Davis
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 Mrs. Zelaski 9 episodes, 2012
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 Dr. Loman 9 episodes, 2012
Kristin Klabunde ...
 Gladys Elba 9 episodes, 2012
Sarah Mahoney
Tien Nguyen
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 Eva Jacobs 9 episodes, 2012
Delphine Robertson
Lisa Robinson
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 Dick Jacobs 9 episodes, 2012
Bo Stevenson ...
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 Mrs. Emerson 9 episodes, 2012
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Tara Thomas
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 Mr. Orwell 9 episodes, 2012
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A view of the future of civilization, presented through the lens of provocative themes such as energy consumption, freedom of information, crime and punishment.

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Noir style animation at its best
21 August 2012 | by See all my reviews

A dark future filled with shady characters and strange storyline is all that the Neo-noir audience are always craving for. In this series, Tom Hanks and the rest of the production team deliver those factors in animation style.

Perhaps a similar experience was already achieved from "Animatrix: A Detective Story" and "Inception: Motion Comics". Although the animation is not that detailed, the viewer can see the work of art in every frame.

The strange relationship between people of this era, apocalyptic nightmares and the very thin line between innocence and genocide are some of the new things that Electric City provides.

With the exception of it's short length(about 4 minutes per episode), Electric City without a doubt is a Noir style animation at its best.


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