Saturday, January 3, 2009

Lamb Animax: The Begining Part 1


"The Future is always beautiful" . The very 1st thing you will see greeting you on the touchscreen of animax-lamb website. Note: The latest flash player is required by pressing this link. Okay, you guys must be wondering what is LAMB? *LaMB is an upcoming animated film produced by Animax directed by Ryosuke Tei with the original script written by Carmelo S. J. Juinio, one of the finalists of the 2007 Animax awards Pan-Asia Animation competition (from Philippines), that will be broadcasted across several countries in 2009 in high definition. It is also the first and biggest Animax original production, featuring the French-Canadian band Simple Plan and the American band The Click Five who will be producing two different songs for the opening and ending themes of the movie. Just airborne there for more info and link~www.wikipedia.com

Van Ness Wu as Jack

The two protagonists are Eve and Jack. Eve is an ex-weapons specialist who has accidentally taken innocent lives while trying to do good and was sentenced to years in virtual imprisonment behind the laminated suit. Jack on the other hand, is a scientist from another planet who trying to forget his dead wife and immerse himself in work. Inadvertently jack gets pulled into the political system of lamination and a romance with Eve...

*pix source from kankeishorui.wordpress.com*

Synopsis of LaMBs

The Inhabitants of a harsh deserts planet called Cerra have perfected a system of imprisonment without walls. Called "Lamination", this system of virtual slavery ensures that those convivted of serious crimes remain productive, if not free, members of society. Prisoners are hence called LaMBs.

The system has made both jails and the death penalty unnecessary in a world where human ingenuity, creativity and labor continue to be precious commodities that cannot be replaced by robots or any form of "artificial" intelligence. This system has sparked off philosophical debate among the citizens of Cerra on whether lamination is ethical.

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