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This is such a beautiful animated film. The animation is like shadowgraph, so it is not possible to see the facial expressions of the characters. But it makes this film polished, and the movements of shadows show emotions of the characters enough. With regard to the animation, a shade of gray color and gradation is used effectively. Mechanical parts of objects are written clearly with high contrast between black and white and it makes points in the pictures. The music is also nice. The melody expresses painful feelings of characters or a fantastic atmosphere of the film. In this world, almost all creations are mechanical. One day, an engineer meets a girl and they fall in love. They leave their homes and start to live together, but their happy life doesn't last long... Life is short, and therefore beautiful. The mechanical girl will never heal the mind of the man.
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