The cinematic highlight will especially delight fans of anime classics like "Akira" and "Ghost in the Shell". HUMAN LOST was created by the creative dream team Fuminori Kizaki (Afro Samurai), Katsuyuki Motohiro (Psycho Pass), Tow Ubukata (Ghost in the Shell: Arise) and Polygon Pictures (Blame !, Godzilla: Monster Planet) as a full-length animated cyberpunk. Staged thriller. Renowned Polygon Pictures studio recently received the "Saturn Award" for "Star Wars: Resistance" for outstanding 3DCG animation.
Under this text we show you an exclusive excerpt from the animé highlight, which you only get to see on FILM.TV. In the clip you experience how the Lost phenomenon begins.
Story of the movie: Tokyo 2036. A revolutionary medical discovery changes everything. By using nanotechnology, it is possible to guarantee the human species a 120-year life without illness. An idyllic and deceptive promise for those who can afford this luxury. But where there is light, there is also shadow – and soon the downside of this technological achievement that threatens to overthrow the whole of humanity reveals itself …
Yozo Oba is not very rich and lives an idle, hedonistic and lonely life. Plagued by strange dreams and nagging discomfort, he rashly decides to join his friend Masao Horiki and his biker gang in a break-in to "The Inside" – where the privileged class lives. The burglary fails and the explosive encounter triggers a chain of events that sends Yozo on a journey of terrible discoveries and deadly encounters that will change him forever.
The anime feature film has received the following international awards:
"Official Selection" Annecy Festival 2019
"ANIMA'T Section" Sitges International Film Festival 2019
"Feature Film Competition" Bucheon International Animation Festival 2019.
Title: Human Lost
Director: Fuminori Kizaki
Format: feature film / anime
Language: German dubbed version
Anime Cinema Event on the 26th of November in the evening performance (usually 8pm)
Length: 110 min.
FSK: from 16
Theatrical release: 26th November 2019
Copyright: © 2019 HUMAN LOST Project