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The main antagonist of the anime film Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence takes its name from Locus Solus. Also in the film, Section 9 members Batou and Togusa go to the North to question a mercenary hacker named Kim who lives in an elaborate mansion filled with odd mechanical and sensory art - as is also described in Locus Solus. Togusa looks inside a view hole in a model of the mansion and upon looking down at it, Togusa sees a tableau vivant of himself and Batou, and begins continually to view different possible memories and futures that are the result of entering the mansion. The view hole is also taken from the novel's eight tableaux vivants. --Sholem Stein

Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence is the 2004 sequel to the anime film Ghost in the Shell.



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