Scarlet did a good job in the Ghost In The Shell!
In the near future, the vast majority of humans are augmented with cybernetics, enhancing various traits like vision, strength, and intelligence.
Hanka Robotics, the world’s leading developer of augmentative technology, establishes a secret project to develop a mechanical body, or “shell”, that can integrate a human brain rather than an AI.
Mira Killian, a young woman who is the sole survivor of the cyberterrorist attack which killed her parents, is chosen as the test subject after her body is apparently damaged beyond repair.
Over the objections of her designer, Dr. Ouelet, Hanka CEO Cutter decides to use Killian as a counter-terrorism operative.
A year later, Killian has attained the rank of Major in the anti-terrorist bureau Section 9, working alongside operatives Batou and Togusa under Chief Daisuke Aramaki.
The team successfully thwarts a terrorist attack on a Hanka business conference, and Killian destroys a rogue mechanical geisha after it murders a hostage.
Killian, who has been experiencing hallucinations that Ouelet dismisses as glitches, is becoming increasingly bothered by how little she remembers about her past.
After learning that the geisha was hacked by an unknown entity, known only as Kuze, Killian breaks protocol and “dives” into its AI for answers.
The entity attempts a counter-hack, and Batou is forced to disconnect her.
Using the information she was able to gather, the two trace the hacker to a Yakuza nightclub, where they are lured into a trap.
The resulting explosion destroys Batou’s eyes, and leaves Killian’s body severely damaged.
Cutter is enraged by Killian’s actions, and threatens to have Section 9 shut down unless Aramaki keeps her in line.
Kuze tracks down Section 9’s Hanka consultant, Dr. Dahlin, and kills her.
The team links her murder to the deaths of other senior company researchers, and realize that Dr. Ouelet is the next target. Kuze takes control of two sanitation workers and sends them to kill Ouelet.