If there’s any one scene that still sits with me decades after watching the original Ghost In The Shell anime film, it’s that moment where the Major strips down to a second skin and turns the invisibility up to 11. It’s a breath-taking image, made possible by unbelievable talent in the fields of animation and some actual science, resulting in a scene that was years ahead of its time. So how do you translate that to the real world, or at least the reality present in a Hollywood adaptation? With silicone. Lots and lots of silicone apparently.