This is a sad and moving story about a world where a wind knocked out everyone's memory; causing them to start over from scratch. While everybody was reduced to caveman primitiveness, there was one young boy named Johnny who survived and didn't become affected by the wind.
Everyone fights for food, shelter, and water. Wataru is a young man who was affected by the wind. He wanders around, fighting for his rights to eat, drink, and sleep. While out looking for food one day, he stumbles upon Johnny being attacked by a monster.
After Johnny defeats the monster, he takes in Wataru and gives him some knowledge from a computer. Wataru continues to gain more knowledge. The rest of the story involves evil robots chasing Wataru and a mysterious young female he enountered. They go around together talking and watching people because it's interesting to see how they go about rebuilding their civilizations.
There is blood galore, swearing abound, and a lovely, detailed nudey sex scene in the end. I don't really reccommend this for kids, in other words.
5/5 Unique, interesting, and good.
5/5 Very well done.
5/5 Nice and deep.
4/5 Uh... I don't remember any of it, which means it can't be too good, or too bad either.
3/5 One ugly sex scene at the very end.
3/5 Again, in the end, there is some nudity. There is also a scene where a girl runs around naked for no apparent reason.
3/5 There was some violence, blood and things getting ripped apart.
5/5 Good for the time it was made.
5/5 I really liked it except for the pointless ending.
Totals: 42/50, or very good. The only parts I didn't like were the nudey scenes!
A wind swept over the Earth, reducing us to animals. We forgot everything, and act like barbarians, eating each other and stuff like that. Wataru is a boy who actually realizes something is wrong. He sets out to go somewhere else. He runs into a kid named Johnny. He retained his memory, and helps teach Wataru things. Soon enough, something bad bad bad happens, and Wataru meets the lady. The lady, who I forgot her name, so we'll call her Silver, is cool, but mysterious. Silver travels with Wataru. And they run into weird people like Sue who run on the beach topless cause they feel like it. It was very good, despite the sex scene.
It was a very goo movie. I liked it a lot, but I only had one problem.... sex scene. Rather graphic.. ANY WAY! So it had great storyline, character development, animation, and other stuff. I liked Wataru, he was so naive. And the woman was really cool too. It was really well made.
5/5 It was very interesting, and portrayed humanity well
5/5 Well, since they had no pasts, no development was really possible.
5/5 Oh, yeah, I'd say it's deep!!
3/5 Well.. it wasn't pretty, I'll tell you that.
3/5 Uh, the sex scene and this chick, (sue) runs on the beach topless. Whee. *gag*
4/5 Not too much. Mostly robots geting their ugly little faces bashed in. YAY!
4/5 I don't remember much profanity.
5/5 Very good, and made me think.
Totals: 44/50, or pretty good. Nicely made.
TOTALS (both reviews coined together) 43/50. Goo. Very goo.
**We own this tape, unedited, subtitled and professionally done. ***