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  • Actors: Ryohei Kimura, Saori Hayami
  • Directors: Kenji Kamiyama
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: Japanese
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Manga Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 21 Nov. 2011
  • Run Time: 133 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005FWQJEY
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 20,868 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The story of political and subversive intrigue in the series finally reaches endgame. Even as the law enforcement net tightens around Saki and her fellow Eden of the East associates over alleged terrorist activities, the complex web surrounding the mysterious Mr. Outside is finally untangled as the remaining Selecao attempt to outmaneuver one another. Takizawa's memories and identity are also finally revealed including his association with a former Prime Minister and his request to be the King of Eden.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A. Kinson on 22 Feb. 2012
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It's worth noting that 'Paradise Lost' is the sequel to 'King of Eden' and a series, 'Eden of the East',came before that, so viewing this as a stand alone film might be a little confusing, and is not recommended.

However, as a fan of the original series and first film, this is a decent conclusion. The quality and attention to detail of the animation is fantastic, the characters as well developed as they were in the series, and my attention was gripped from start to finish.

Its certainly a fitting conclusion to the Eden of the East franchise, however it does have a few loose ends not fully explored, but for the most part, it reaches a satisfying conclusion.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By L. Green VINE VOICE on 19 Feb. 2012
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An anime with a real social conscience? Sounds like an enticing prospect to me. And that's what Paradise Lost offers - a slick, thoroughly modern thriller that manages to include everything from politically charged drama to hi-tech tension within its spectrum. Yes, the narrative might be pretty complex and takes a while to get to grips too, but everything is so well paced and sleekly executed that it's not long before you're lured into the shadowy intrigue of unfolding events. With an excellent voice cast and beautiful visuals, Paradise Lost not only feels like a bit of real eye candy, but it packs the meaningful agenda to back it up to. Toting messages about the position of young people within society and the ungainly tightrope those in power stride, you leave wanting to immerse yourself ever further into this world of magic cell phones and socio-terrorists. At its best, Paradise Lost makes you look at our own world and question its values, and your own place in society - and from an hour and a half of anime-thriller, that isn't bad going.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John Clayton III VINE VOICE on 17 Aug. 2012
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Okay, right off the bat it's probably a no-brainer to tell you that there is no point in watching this movie if you haven't already seen the previous movie AND the preceding television series because Eden of the East, because believe me, the story here is DENSE to the point where it can very easily make no sense whatsoever if you haven't been playing close attention from the start of the entire thing... and even then, it isn't exactly the easiest story to follow.

The story primarily revolves around Japanese college student Saki being unwittingly thrown together with manic amnesiac Akira Takizawa once again and their continuing attempts to unravel the mysteries of his past following his memories being erased on at least two occasions. Central to this mystery is the group known as the Selacao, of which Takizawa is apparently a member. The Selacao are a small group of people who have each been handed a vast fortune, with a Star Trek looking mobile phone connected to an AI called "Juiz" being how they manage all their transactions, and told to basically "fix Japan" with it however they see fit... and as it turns out, all of these people are seriously insane in some form or other, with one of them being a supermodel who is a serial killer with a penchant for castration (Earning her the nickname "Johnny Taker"). It's pretty weird stuff. This movie follows on from the prior movie, which saw a once again mind wiped (At his own request) Takizawa believing he is the illegitimate son of the recently deceased Japanese Prime Minister... putting him in a position to begin a political ascent with the intention of satisfying his wish of becoming leader of the country... for whatever reasons.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. F. E. Marioni VINE VOICE on 21 Jun. 2012
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This is the 2nd film of the seminal manga series Eden of The East, if like me you loved the original series and film then this is for you, all competently put together . I wouldn't watch this without previous knowledge of what came before though.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Susman VINE VOICE on 30 Dec. 2011
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I have to admit that I come to this review without seeing the first part the series, which is a little bit of a handicap to say the least, for what it is worth, it may be best to see a review of the first part titled ` Eden of the East' to give you a feel of what to expect. Before I continue please see Mr Cook's review as it gives a good overview of the disc length and other features on the disc.
So what attracted me to this Manga production? It's quite simple really as I enjoyed the Ghost in the Shell, and the complex series and thought that this production would have similar traits great story line, and animation that both has visual impact and stunning imagination. Well the narrative does not disappoint, with political and subversive elements and mobile phones that look and feel as they are integral character in the plot! All which helps heighten the intrigue, and for this viewer did not disappoint. The characterizations were good, but did not seem on par with that of Ghost in the Shell. Here too the animation was good, but again the animation of the various characters seemed almost overtly simplified. To conclude then, a reasonable production but as `Josh' says in his review if your new to this series, `this is not the best place to start!' Your better starting off with the first instalment, as this DVD is not a standalone production, and hence my three stars.
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