|Directed by:||Marco Kalantari|
|Produced by:||cinevista film produktion gmbh
AinoaThe fate of mankind rests upon one heartfelt love…
The year is 2078. The robot girl Ainoa has
previously been programmed to control
the "great atomic war". The scientist who
constructed her, Dr. Kerensky, comes to
understand the mistake he made and, in 2014, withdraws to an underground shelter with a group of trusted friends. The resistance movement he calls "Mission" stays below the surface for three generations, waiting for the war to end. In 2071, they leave the shelter to find Ainoa and re-program her in order to stop the war, which has already taken place. They kidnap Ainoa from a military prison, but the only one who survives the government counterattak to retrieve Ainoa is Yuri, a member of the Mission. He escapes with Ainoa and seeks refuge with his sister Kei, who left the Mission years ago to live her own life as she never believed that the world could be saved. However, Yuri persuades her to come with him to prevent the catastrophe. Yuri's only clue is the "prophecy", the Mission's "bible", consisting of audio tapes recorded by Dr. Kerensky in the shelter in the days before he died. But the information on the tapes is far from complete.
However, things develop differently than expected: ever since she was freed, Ainoa has begun to develop her senses, her sense of self. The seemingly lifeless, emotionless android evolves into a living being, gradually becoming more human. She starts to speak, to perceive, to enjoy, to mourn. Yuri is more and more impressed by this girl developing at his side, and falls in love with Ainoa. She learns to value and love life, which ultimately allows her to act against her own programming. In the end, Ainoa and Yuri face a dilemma: if they change the past to save the world - will they still be together?