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||IMDB Rating: 6.9/10 from 6,573 votes
||Release: 18 August 2007 (Japan) /
||Genre: Action, Animation, Sci-Fi
||Director: Fumihiko Sori,
||Stars: Akio Ôtsuka, Christopher Sabat, Colleen Clinkenbeard, Jirô Saitô, Kenji Takahashi, Luci Christian, Meisa Kuroki, Romi Pak, Shôsuke Tanihara, Takahiro Sakurai, Takaya Kuroda, Takayuki Sugô, Tetsuya Kakihara, Toshiyuki Morikawa, Yasuko Matsuyuki
||Synopsis: Japan, 2077: A female agent named Vexille is dispatched to Tokyo to investigate whether Japanese are developing robotic technology, which has been banned by the U.N. due to its potential threat to humankind.
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Back story: Vexille 2007, Nihon Sakoku (Vexille 2007, Japan National
Isolation) is set in the middle of this century, at about the edge of
the foreseeable future. There has been rapid development in the areas
of human-form robots, able to assist humanity with running it's
civilization. Ten years ago, technology reached a point where
completely human-made robots reached the peak of their potential. The
trend shifted towards the augmentation of the human body, and the
merging of man and machine. However, the basis and ethical implications
of such technology were condemned by international treaties and
organizations, and all development was banned. Japan (the world leader
in robotics) was completely opposed to the condemnation, and the
potential ban it found imposed on itself. Japan withdrew from the
international community and went into national isolation.
Ten years later, there have been no visitors allowed in or out of
Japan. There has been no cultural contact, and no shared media from
Japan since the isolation. However, despite the self-imposed isolation,
Japan remains the world leader in the field of robotics. The robots
manufactured by the conglomerate DAIWA can be seen all over L.A., able
to assist mankind with maintaining it's civilization. Before the
isolation, the robotics industry was so vital to Japan that DAIWA had
grown in to a colossal mega-conglomerate, with strong ties to every
part of the government.
After two incidents of terrorism by DAIWA, outside of Japanese
territory, America discovers that Japan may well have cyborg
technology. Fearing the worst, America sends its most highly
specialized team (Sword) to secretly infiltrate Japan, and gather
The CG: There's no doubt that the CG is an important part of the appeal
of this film, and for the most part, I think it comes off very well.
Fans of the last major CG film released outside Japan will feel very at
home with the visual style's blend of very photo realistic elements,
such as mechs, landscapes, and high-paced action scenes, with low-polly
toon-shaded actors. Although landscapes, mechs and characters are all
very pleasing to the eye, the one complaint I have is that the
characters sometimes suffer from very stiff movement, where motion
capture seems to not have been used. Sometimes this stiff movement will
happen between cuts in the middle of a scene, which tended to remind me
that I was watching a CG movie.
The Music: The film also follows a similar flare to Appleseed, in its
choice of dance and electronic artists such as Basement Jaxx, Boom Boom
Satellites, Carl Craig, etc, and other more aesthetic tracks by Paul
Okenfold. The blend of music does a good job of making the movie come
alive, without sounding forced.
The story: The story was the most important thing for me, and probably
the hardest to criticize. I enjoyed the story very much -- the
progression is smooth, and easy to follow. The characters are presented
well, and developed in enough detail to satisfy the viewer. The story
progression starts very quickly, and immediately moves into meat of the
story, which is infiltrating Japan. The story is spread out with a lot
of action scenes, no doubt, because this is a CG movie. Most of which
do a job in telling the story, but truth be told, are mostly for
The main criticism I have of the story comes down to the complexity and
presentation. I think as a CG film, Vexille didn't have enough time to
devote to its story.
With a story so central to people and events of the past, I feel
Vexille falls short in its delivery of everything it set up --
including the back story. Because of time constraints -- probably both
in production and running time -- most of the story's revelations and
plot points happen quite close together, which means the viewer's
attention is often pulled away from one revelation to a new facet of
the story, which does tend to dull the experience in the more dramatic
scenes, and leaves little time to savour the experience.
In all honesty, I think a more expanded Vexille story could have easily
filled another film, with a little bit still taken out. Of course, this
is a natural part of cinema and story-telling, but it doesn't make it
any less disappointing.
Final Verdict: I think Vexille is quite a solid CG film that stands
apart from Applesed, with its own qualities, and enough differences to
enjoy it for what it is. Although I was slightly disappointed by story
in what I, personally, wanted to see, I think that just shows it to be
a fairly well-balanced film, that I would recommend to anyone with a
taste for action, CG or Japanese entertainment.
Tags for Bekushiru: 2077 Nihon sakoku Full Movie
, Christopher Sabat
, Colleen Clinkenbeard
, Jirô Saitô
, Kenji Takahashi
, Luci Christian
, Meisa Kuroki
, Romi Pak
, Shôsuke Tanihara
, Takahiro Sakurai
, Takaya Kuroda
, Takayuki Sugô
, Tetsuya Kakihara
, Toshiyuki Morikawa
, Yasuko Matsuyuki
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