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Ghost in the Shell 2.0 THE SCI-FI ANIME CLASSIC AS YOU VE NEVER SEEN IT BEFORE A film that has spawned a thousand imitationsbut neverbeen bettered - Mamoru Oshii's legendary anime film Ghost In The Shell returns in a stunning new edition remastered by Oshii himself. For this definitive Version 2.0 release, all the original animations are re-produced with latest digital film and animation technologies,including 3D-CGI. Set in a re-imagined Hong Kong at a time when cyberspace is expanding into human reality, the story follows top cyberwarrior Major Motoko Kusanagi as she hovers on the border of total immersionin the digitalworld. Disc also features new voice recordings from the original cast, a brand new score from Kenji Kawai, and 6.1 channel sound created with the help of Skywalker Sound. Ghost In The Shell Innocence When machines learn to feel, who decides what is human? It is the year 2032 and Earth is a world where the few remaining humans coexist with artificial replicants, cyborgs and robots. Batou, a cyborg detective and his partner, Togusa are charged with investigating the bizarre case of a malfunctioning female sex droid that has murdered its owner. As they delve deeper into the investigation they are forced to confront violent Yakuza thugs, devious hackers, influential government bureaucrats and powerful corporate criminals. Painstakingly created by Production IG and director, Mamoru Oshii (G.I.T.S, Avalon, Patlabor) Innocence seamlessly combines groundbreaking 2-D and 3-D CG animation techniques to produce an action-packed, sci-fi fable of a solitary cyborg struggling to retain what's left of his humanity in a world where the human soul is gradually fading into obscurity. This deluxe double disc set features a brand new English language soundtrack starring the original American voice cast and never before seen extras.
Three years after the events of GHOST IN THE SHELL, little has changed at Section 9 except for the glaring void left by the disappearance of Major Motoko Kusanagi, and no one is more affected by this than Batou. In her absence he has become more sullen and withdrawn than ever, taking an interest in philosophy and finding joy only in the company of his pet basset hound. When a string of shocking cases comes to light involving a certain model of androids manufactured by the LOCUS SOLUS company butchering their owners, Chief Aramaki assigns Batou and Togusa to investigate. Batou arrives at one such crime scene and shoots the android just as it is seemingly attempting to destroy itself. When Batou questions why Section 9 is involved in this particular case, Aramaki explains that none of the families of victims have filed lawsuits against LOCUS SOLUS, and that several of the victims were connected with the government.