He builds the Ziggurat with claims that it will be a modern masterpiece for the city of Metropolis. Laughton has other ideas and does not want to hand his greatest creation over to Duke Red. The sudden shock of realizing she is a robot causes Tima to go insane. Tima, a robot-girl built in the image of his deceased daughter, is at the core of these plans. A scientific genius, he is commissioned by Duke Red to build Tima in a secret lab within Metropolis. Unfortunately for her, the answers she finds are not very pleasant the concept of a robot replacing a deceased human child had also been the original basis of Tezuka's. This is Tima, whose destiny is to command the weapon hidden in the top of the Ziggurat.
Kenichi tries to pull her up using one of the cables still grafted to her. Kenichi is based on a character who featured in the early adventures of Tezuka's. The anime, however, does draw aspects of its storyline directly from the 1927 film. Amidst the chaos created by anti-robot factions, detective Hunsaku Ban and his sidekick Ken'ichi are searching for rebel scientist Dr. The president of Metropolis tries to use the revolution to justify arresting Duke Red for and get control of Metropolis.
Now, 50 years later, Rintaro, another famous name in anime has decided to create an film from the original manga, sparing no effort or expense. Ce robot est la clé d'une arme secrète destinée à lui assurer la domination du monde, la Ziggurat, une haute tour à l'image de la tour de Babel, conçue pour égaler Dieu. There is great conflict over the role of the robots. She is unique in that she appears human, a trait that no other robot shares. In the struggle, Tima falls off the tower. However, this cinematic adaptation of Tezuka's story integrates far more elements from the film.
Laughton, suspected to violate human rights by trading organs, the Japanese detective Shunsaku Ban and his nephew Kenichi arrive at Metropolis. However, Rock is disowned by Duke Red and stripped of his command of the Marduks for trying to kill Tima. After killing him, Skunk envisions a future of war and destruction, showing that his deepest desire is constant and everlasting war and death. This is Tima, whose destiny is to command the weapon hidden in the top of the Ziggurat. Now, 50 years later, Rintaro, another famous name in anime has decided to create an film from the original manga, sparing no effort or expense.
Duke Red is the power behind the Marduks, but secretly he has hired Dr. The intricate politics of Metropolis are based on three tiers - the upper class, a vast and impoverished lower class, and beneath all else, the robots. Synopsis: In the great city of Metropolis, severe community structures and prejudice dominate a world where humans and robots live together. Duke Red is the power behind the Marduks, but secretly he has hired Dr. Many fear them, and an anti-robot faction called the Marduks watch the streets, ready to destroy and automaton that acts out of line. He and his rebel organization have a strong hatred for robots, blaming them for putting them out of work. However, Tima, seemingly lost, attempts to kill Kenichi.
Meanwhile, Kenichi desperately tries to protect the mysterious girl from the people hunting her. He spends a good portion of the movie searching for Kenichi when they get separated at Laughton's laboratory. Shunsaku rescues her, and after following instructions from Laughton's notebook, reactivates Tima. In the scientist's laboratory, Kenichi discovers a girl without any memory of her past life. The two fall into the and are separated from Shunsaku.
He decides to help her, so they run away together. These reasons are connected to her true identity and the struggle for the domination of Metropolis. We find Metropolis in the throes of a celebration. When Duke Red begins the Coup to overthrow President Boone, Skunk shoots and kills Acetylene Lamp when he tries to stop Duke Red. They encounter a group of unemployed human laborers who attempt to stage a against Duke Red. Unbeknown to Shunsaku, Laughton has been secretly hired by Duke Red to construct a highly advanced robot modeled and named after Red's deceased daughter, Tima. There is great conflict over the role of the robots.
He simply gives them the paperwork needed to be assigned a trench-coat wearing robot to guide them around Metropolis. In the manga, Ham Egg is one of Duke Red's henchmen and appears more frequently. This relationship was explored by Tezuka in great detail with his popular series. The intricate politics of Metropolis are based on three tiers - the upper class, a vast and impoverished lower class, and beneath all else, the robots. Innocent and a bit naive, he tries to help Tima learn and understand the world around her, and herself as well.
Duke Red has completed the Ziggurat, an immensely tall building whose central tower conceals a solar weapon that will make the city the capital of the world, and Duke Red its ruler. Dans une atmosphère baignée par la musique de jazz, cette cité est le théâtre d'une enquête de police menée par un inspecteur japonais et son jeune neveu, Kenichi, au sujet d'un savant accusé de trafic d'organes, le docteur Laugthon, qui est au service de l'homme le plus puissant de la ville. . Kenichi, meanwhile, finds the activated Tima. Sharp class differences also contribute to the tensions of a world largely in the hands of the power hungry. He is responsible for the testing and working functions of the weapon that is the true Ziggurat and reports directly to Duke Red.