Origin Spirits Of The Past - The Movie [Blu-ray] [2006] £6.98 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Was looking for something to spend vouchers on for my Christams and came across this movie.

Synopsis (from Amazon)
Set in a post-apocalyptic future, ORIGIN SPIRITS OF THE PAST: THE MOVIE is the gripping action/adventure anime that details the struggle that exists between the warring factions of human survivors.

Product details
Directors: Keiichi Sugiyama
Format: Animated, PAL
Number of discs: 1
Classification: 12
Studio: Manga Entertainment
DVD Release Date: 3 Aug 2009
Run Time: 94 minutes

The rebirth of the future from the ashes of the past... It has been 300 years since mankind s interference with the environment left Earth in ruins. Now, the remnants of humanity are divided as never before. The crumbling remains of vast cities stand in tenuous coexistence with the encroaching forest, and humans live on both sides of this brewing conflict. Young Agito, the son of an aging hero, inadvertently sets in motion a series of catastrophic events when he wanders into a forbidden zone of the forest. He stumbles across a cryogenic stasis tube containing Toola, a girl who has a vital mission entrusted to her from the past... It is an unsteady peace in an unnatural time. Only by searching their souls and examining the past will Agito and Toola understand the origin of all things and unite mankind with the forest.
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Anyone seen this film? Opinions?
I've seen some clips - it looks like there are some impressive visuals throughout, but there's not a lot that would warrant the BluRay edition if you could get the DVD much cheaper.
This seems a good price though - the DVD seems to be cheapest at Play.com for £5. For just £2 extra for the Blu-Ray, I'll add heat, but I'll skip on this one for now.

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