No Face from Spirited Away

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The story:

No-Face (translated from Japanese word "Kaonashi, which means "faceless") is a spirit in the Ghibli classic animated film Spirited Away. He is shown to be capable of reacting to emotions and ingesting other individuals in order to gain their personality and physical traits.

When first introduced, No-Face appeared semi-transparent while shifting in and out of visibility. His organs are visible, pulsating in several shots. His figure resembles that of a long, black tube. While it is unknown if No-Face has an actual "body", it is shown that he has arms and legs with the capability of leaving footprints as he walks. An ominous, expressionless mask with purple highlights is painted on his "head" of sorts, and while there is a "mouth" painted on the mask, No-Face has shown that his real, expertly-hidden mouth is larger than the one present on his mask.