Japanese cyberpunk anime. In the future, robotics is a big deal. When some gynoids (sex robots *wolf whistle*) go crazy and kill a bunch of people, Section 9 is called in to investigate. Is the Major, cyborg cop Batou's partner, absorbed into the net at the end of the first film, still out there somewhere?
This film is not very interested in telling a conventional narrative. As an exercise in creating an astonishingly detailed piece of animation, it's 100% successful. As an actual, watchable movie, it's a bit of a fail. The pacing and plot development are very slow. It takes time out to discuss philosophical questions, quote various famous people, and wander through elaborate musical montages and narrative loops.
It's mad wanky, but the animation and production design is quite something.
"Let one walk alone, committing no sin, with few wishes, like elephants in the forest."