Technotise Edit I Ja (Technotise: Edit & I) is a 2009 Serbian cyberpunkcomedy animated film which serves as a sequel to Aleksa Gajić's graphic novelTechnotise.The year is 2074. Belgrade is filled with hovercars and robot pets. Edit Stefanović is a psychology student who takes care of an autistic math genius named Abel. After failing a certain exam six times, she visits a dealer at the black market in order to install a memory chip that will record everything she sees, helping her pass the exams. However, after seeing Abel's formula, which connects all forces in the world, the chip becomes sentient and develops a personality of its own.The animation is decidedly animesque and is taken on in four styles - rotoscoping, classic 2D, 3D and vector animation. Rumors of another novel being adapted to yet another sequel exist. There are also plans for a live-action remake.
Anti-Villain: The professor is Type IV. He works for Sergej, but is a rather nice guy, and even seems to be honestly sad when Edit dies. Sergej himself is Type III. He believes using Edi to solve Abel's equation would bring prosperity to the world, even though Edi isn't keen on "becoming someone's calculator" and, more importantly, knowing Edi's extraction would be lethal for Edit.
Art Shift: Edit's grandpa's flashback is animated in black and white.
Karma Houdini: Edi, also Edit. They kind of kill Sergej and his dog, but at the end we learn that apparently no charges were pressed.
Logic Bomb: Supercomputers become sentient and shut down permanently after solving Abel's equation. Except if they're already wired to a person's brain, in which case they can take the form of their subconscious.
Ms. Fanservice: Edit. She's buck naked in both her dream sequence, while taking a shower and in the final scene. She also briefly has graphic sex with Edi.
Necktie Leash: Edit uses this to seduce her college professor, which she records and plans on using for blackmail.