False Maria Character Analysis

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False Maria which was given the birth by the crazy scientist in Metropolis, is not just a simple robot. It, or should have called her, has already become a motif. In fact, in the history of film, a great number of female robot images existed. By looking through these movies, it is easy to find that the concept of False Maria is keep changing. Also, a number of problems related to False Maria have coming out.
The first thing I want to explain is the meaning of ‘False Maria character’. In my opinion, with the evil robot Maria in Metropolis as a start, not only the doctor’s female assistant in Blade Runner which is replicate – a higher level robot, but also the AI female killer in Ghost in the Shell as well as AI Eva in Ex Machina and system OS
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From Eva’s point of view, the white male Nathan was her ‘father’, which was also the only opposite sex she has met before. While Caleb was her first ‘love’, also her saver full of hope. Eva was not the first AI created by Nathan, the failing works were all locked into Nathan’s wardrobe. Every single robot that have high self-consciousness had tried to escape from the glass house using a variety of method to leave Nathan. But they all failed. However, through the use of Caleb, Eva got out of the glass house successfully. Having killed Nathan and abandoned Caleb, Eva went into the crowd, becoming a real ‘human’. At this time, Eva has completed a breakthrough compare to the initial False…show more content…
Motoko Kusanagi was searching for truth and freedom, which was a self-saving female hero. While, Rachael was limited into the empty hole of memory, waiting to be saved. Although they are all AI, the self-characteristic might be totally different, which might be the true meaning of the evolution tree in in Ghost in the
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