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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says that the movie can be considered as his own auteur theory, since he was the scriptwriter, background artist, layout artist, animator, designer, and the whole movie is actually based on his comic-strip. See more
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