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Malice@Doll (2001)

Not Rated | | Animation, Horror, Sci-Fi | 27 April 2001 (Japan)
A sex bot named Malice is attacked by a creature with tentacles. After it has its way with the bot it destroys it, but Malice comes back to life with the ability to spread life to other bots like a disease.

Director:

Keitarô Motonaga

Writer:

Chiaki Konaka
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Cast

Credited cast:
Yukie Yamada Yukie Yamada ... Malice@Doll (voice)
Daiki Nakamura Daiki Nakamura ... Joe@Administrator (voice)
Rio Natsuki Rio Natsuki ... Doris@Doll (voice)
Ryôka Yuzuki Ryôka Yuzuki ... Elsa@Doll (voice)
Ryouka Shima Ryouka Shima ... Heather@Doll (voice)
Takashi Kondô Takashi Kondô ... Freddy@Licker (voice)
Yôko Soumi Yôko Soumi ... Amanda@Doll (voice)
Ryûzaburô Ôtomo Ryûzaburô Ôtomo ... Devo@Leukocyte (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rhiannon Baines Rhiannon Baines ... Elsa@Doll (voice)
Laurence Bouvard Laurence Bouvard ... Malice@Doll (voice)
Annette Edwards Annette Edwards ... Misty@Doll (voice)
Elisabeth Harmon-Haid ... Heather@Doll (voice) (as Elizabeth Harmon)
Lee Jones Lee Jones ... Devo@Leukocyte (voice)
Michelle Jones ... Amanda@Doll (voice)
Walter Lewis ... (voice)
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A sex bot named Malice is attacked by a creature with tentacles. After it has its way with the bot it destroys it, but Malice comes back to life with the ability to spread life to other bots like a disease.

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Surrealistic sci-fi animation
20 November 2003 | by 6325See all my reviews

The CGI-animation in this Japanese anime works well with the dark futuristic atmosphere. The storyline and the (animated) settings are in a surrealistic style - pictures of the Spanish artist Salvatore Dali sprung to my mind. Although there are some shortcomings in the story I would highly recommend seeing this anime because I haven't seen anything similar in animated pictures so far. The soundtrack is also very appealing and works perfectly with the pictures.


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Country:

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Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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