Tristia of the Deep Blue Sea

Tristia of the Deep Blue Sea is an anime movie
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It's been ten years since the ocean city of Tristia was ravaged by dragon attacks, and Nanoca, granddaughter of the great inventor Prospero Flanka, still dreams of carrying on his work and restoring the city to its former glory. That's enough plot for a Miyazaki movie, but not for an anime based on a computer game like this one. Accordingly, Nanoca's rival Panavia Tornado challenges her to enter the upcoming Golem Building Contest, in which inventors compete to create a useful household magical robot. Many of the characters are named after aircraft, which, we're sure you'll agree, more than makes up for any other elements that may seem derivative or futile. Cute girls and Roman centurion-inspired robot designs hint that this may not be rocket science, although a leading lady who aspires to be a great engineer is at least a welcome change from the usual anime roster of wannabe pop idols and doormats. LNV

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Name: Tristia of the Deep Blue Sea
Release Date: Jan. 1, 2004
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Romaji: Aoi Umi no Tristia
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Rating: None
Runtime: 30 (mins)
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Aliases Tristia Blue Ocean of Tristia
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