This paper examines director Mamoru Oshii 's animated film Tachiguishi-Retsuden. I take up technique of "The Superlivemation" and discuss it. In addition, I analyze the intention why I match comparison of a movie version with a novel version of TachiguishiRetsuden, and technique of 'The Superlivemation" was used for in act, Tachiguishi-Retsuden.
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