The film does allow for plenty of mild theological discussion but doesn't get too complex and allows itself to be understood while many of the most popular anime, simply don't make much sense once they start trying to "think" too hard.
The animation is fantastic and I really enjoyed the score. This is classic 90s anime but it's often overshadowed by films like Ghost in the Shell and Ninja Scroll.
Plot: They just found a new Ark of Noah (Arca de Noe) and they think is from aliens (humans?) and the bad guys send some cyborgs and a child (experimented child, poor him) to get that Ark. But Spriggan will help his race? Will the Ark get restored, destroyed or give away to God? What this cyborg need to understand? So many questions if I may, but just watch the film and ignore critics (who this time, are not pro's at all). Some stars for this interesting story-telling.
Music: Interesting taste, a score with true music and talent. So many instruments and so many power going on. I just enjoyed it so much, I give it as many stars I want.
To end this short review (amazing anime based on an amazing manga books with so much feeling and passion as it is), 3 & a half stars of 5. It has rythm (sometimes it failed to give to much violence and cuts and gore, yes, I do HATE violence). And yes! I saw it in Spain's castellano accent. Loved it that way. Enjoy my very short review and bless you all. Soon 2011 will be here, yey!
Interesting take on Noah's Ark
Seems to draw much inspiration from Akira