Dead Leaves

Synopsis: Two awaken on Earth with no recollection of their past and embark on a devastating crime spree but are sent to an infamous lunar penitentiary named Dead Leaves.
Director(s): Hiroyuki Imaishi
Production: Starz
55 min

Your bodies are so stretched out

because you're always looking up.

If you stretch too much,

you'll break.

I'll sew you back together.

We won't need anesthesia...




If you don't quit daydreaming,

you'll be next!

They're really messed up.

I won't let that happen to me.

It's called the "mutation gene,

"which is pretty easy to say.

They illegally tamper

with the body's appearance genes

so that we become ugly mutants.

They can do what they want because

nobody in the sky cares what happens.

If we had a fight, who'd be stronger?

Shit! Shit! Shit!

What's wrong with you?

Warden, today we took eight samples,

had 15 deaths,

three copies and five breakdowns.

I'm getting bored.

Quit it.

What are you doing?

There's nothing we can do

in this position.

We have those holes

for shitting, remember?




How did we know how to do that?


That was incredible!

That was amazing sex!

How did you know

how to get out of your shackles?

- I don't know.

- Please take us with you!

Ah, okay.

Boss! Master! Mother!

General! Mistress! Brother!

Boss! It was you

who gave us our freedom.

We would be honored

to dedicate our lives to you.

Now give us your instructions.

What are you talking about?

A master with no memory.

No! That sex you had was amazing!

You snapped our shackles with such ease!

You were born to be our leader!

Your capabilities as a leader

are as big as my dick!

Oh, yeah! We must have been yakuza

before we lost our memories!

Hmm... maybe so.

That's definitely it!

We did a lot of bad things,

so they eventually caught us!

We are pretty villainous.

All right!

We've solved the mystery!

But I don't think that's totally right...

Listen up! Since I'm the boss,

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