Expelled From Paradise

Rakuen Tsuihou

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In a future where a massive disaster has devastated Earth, most of humanity has abandoned their physical bodies and relocated in digital form to DEVA, an advanced space station orbiting the ravaged planet. Free from the limitations of traditional existence, such as death and hunger, the inhabitants of this virtual reality reside in relative peace until Frontier Setter, a skilled hacker, infiltrates the system and spreads subversive messages to the populace. Labeled a threat to security by authorities, Frontier Setter is pursued by Angela Balzac, a dedicated member of DEVA's law enforcement. When the hacker's signal is traced to Earth, Angela takes on physical form, transferring her consciousness to a clone body and traveling to the world below in order to deal with the menace. On Earth, she is assisted by Dingo, a charismatic agent, and during her journey to uncover the mystery behind Frontier Setter, she gradually discovers startling realities about the wasteland some of humanity still refers to as home, as well as the paradise above.

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English: Expelled from Paradise
Japanese: 楽園追放 -Expelled from Paradise-
Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Nov 15, 2014
Producers: Toei Animation, Kinoshita Koumuten
Licensors: Aniplex of America
Studios: Graphinica
Source: Original
Genres: Action, Sci-Fi, Mecha
Duration: 1 hr 43 min
Rating: R+ – Mild Nudity
Resolution: 720p
Type: BD, Dual Audio


Kouichi Noguchi – Producer
Seiji Mizushima – Director, Storyboard
Masafumi Mima – Sound Director
Tomoki Kyouda – Episode Director, Storyboard
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CG done not wrong


For a full CGI Film it was actually pretty good, and i would most likely watch it again


Frontier Setter is probably one of the BROest anime A.I. I’ve ever encountered. I wish more anime have unique characters like him.


Came because of the director name, stayed for the booty


Sci fi goodness. While the aesthetic is defo different, I did get some NieR: Automata vibes from this. Cute sweet emote-y robots ftw!


A fun romp, but the characters and plot are unremarkable. What ultimately holds it back is it doesn’t commit to being any one thing.


Despite a couple moments of kinda wompy animation, I enjoyed this movie a lot.