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From Takashi Nakamura, chief animation director on Akira, comes this visually compelling, existential retelling of the classic story of Pinocchio. In a remote corner of the planet Arcana, Palme, a sentient android crafted from a mystical wood that is said to absorb the memories of the civilizations it roots in, is awakened by Koram, a wounded warrior from the Sol tribe. Entrusting him with the mystical 'Egg of the Roof', she implores Palme to take it to the legendary realm of Tamas. Galvanized with purpose for his existence, he accepts Koram's quest to deliver the relic to its source: the center of the planet, which is threatened by a malevolent and destructive force.
A Tree Of Palme
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Akiko Hiramatsu, Andy McAvin, Chris Ayres, Chris Patton, Christine M. Auten, Daisuke Sakaguchi, Etsuko Kozakura, Jessica Boone, John Gremillion, Kappei Yamaguchi, Luci Christian, Megumi Toyoguchi, Mika Kanai, Mike Coleman, Motomu Kiyokawa, Rikako Aikawa, Tiffany Grant, Yurika Hino
A visually compelling, existential retelling of the classic story of Pinocchio