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The Mardock Scramble: The First Compression Movie Trailer has been released. The Mardock Scramble: The First Compression (2010) has directed Susumu Kudo and stars Megumi Hayashibara. The Mardock Scramble: The First Compression‘s plot synopsis: “The story revolves around a down-and-out teen prostitute in Mardock City named Rune Ballot. One day, she’s picked up by an ambitious casino manager named Shell who gives her everything she could want. Renewed by a false innocence, a false past, and now the false life Shell has given her, Ballot feels grateful. However, she can’t help but be curious about why he’s done so much for her, so she does some research about his past on a computer. This turns out to be a mistake which will change her life greatly. When Shell finds out what she’s done, he attempts to burn her to death by blowing up her car. Due to the high crime rate in Mardock, a new law called “Scramble 09” has given police carte blanche to take extreme and otherwise illegal measures to revive crime witnesses. With this in mind, they allow a professor to bring Ballot back from the brink of death by reassembling her entire body with reinforced synthetic fiber. When she finally wakes up, her confused mental state eventually turns toward revenge as Shell is revealed as her killer.” Wow. I’m impresses nothing beats anime for detail and quality animation. Based on novels by Tow Ubukata, The Mardock Scramble: The First Compression is the first of three films that we can expect. When I first saw this I immediately thought of the anime Ghost in the Shell, the same attention to every on-screen element is present. Check out the NSFW movie trailer and leave your thoughts below. The Mardock Scramble: The First Compression is being released in the UK this year. No word on when it is being released in the US.

Source: Nipponcinema

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