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Psycho-Pass Complete Series Collection [DVD]

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  • Actors: Kana Hanazawa, Tomokazu Seki, Akira Ishida, Kenji Nojima, Kinryuu Arimoto
  • Directors: Naoyoshi Shiotani
  • Format: Animated, Box set, PAL
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Manga Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 1 Sept. 2014
  • Run Time: 528 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00LCLG3AW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 27,691 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Brace yourself for a hard boiled, sci-fi thriller from the creator of Madoka Magica and the studio that brought you Ghost in the Shell. Welcome to a world where just thinking about a crime is enough to enough to make you guilty. Bad intentions can no longer be hidden, and the police know exactly which tainted minds are about to cross over to the wrong side of the law. The great equalizer in the war on thugs is the Dominator, a futuristic weapon that can read minds and assess the risk that a citizen will turn criminal. Cops work in teams made up of Enforcers and Inspectors. Enforcers take out the bad guys, Inspectors stop their partners from going rogue, and the all powerful Sibyl System keeps a watchful eye on us all. Society is paralyzed by its deepest, darkest desires, and trial by jury has been replaced by the wrath of the Dominator. Welcome to the future. How guilty are you? Contains episodes 1-22. The Complete First Season.

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By Brian Hamilton TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 18 Sept. 2014
Format: Blu-ray
Another reviewer hit the nail on the head when he said that this is a perfect hard sci-fi series with strong echoes of Philip K Dick.

Set in a near future metropolis where decisions on most facets of life are made by a super computer called Sybil (yeah, I know) this anime deals with the morale wranglings of the people who have to deal with the everyday decisions of the computer.

Its a premise that is well backed up by decent characters, the normal cops are backed up by enforcers who have been deemed 'latent criminals' and need looked after by the normal officers. This leads to some pretty interesting dilemmas and moral wrestling that is handled deftly by the writers of the series.

I was really drawn into this series by the lack of magic and telepathy. The hard element is neatly backed by the near god like powers of the computer.

The animation is very good and the weapon and designs of the computers and vehicles has that typical Japanese flair and edge which, lets be honest, just looks cool.

But, this is an anime with a difference, it tackles very weighty themes without resorting to cheap storylines or cop outs.

A very intriguing series that has hit the spot.
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I am only 6 stories into this series, but what can i say.. this was a welcomed surprise, which i only came across whilst searching for the latest from the 'Ghost in the shell' franchise.

"Welcome to a world where just thinking about a crime is enough to make you guilty.
Bad intentions can no longer be hidden, and the police know exactly which tainted
minds are about to cross over to the wrong side of the law. "

My one reservation would be the characterization of the rookie female character, which follows the wide eyed bubble gum image typically aimed at a whole different Anime audience. That said the voice of the character had an adult edge and the other female characters are better realized, as too were the male characters.. This is Anime in the spirit of 'Shell' with elements of 'Death Note' there too. eg its subtext on evil retribution and judgment .

This is the future as only Anime seem capable of depicting it, a future where technology, gadgets, bureaucracies, profiles and other autocratic systems are projected as far as they can be imagined, all underpined with elements of philosophy. Serious stuff thoughtfully explored with questions on how such a world might develop. Whilst in some ways it serves to erald the prospects of this technology, it doesn't just look at the best intentions for that technology, but instead looks with a mind to how the potential in that technology might be exploited, or worst, currupted.

This is the future now, a marrage of Scifi and Scifact eg our current 'precog' systems like CRUSH - Criminal Reduction Utilizing Statistical History, which i am sure Japan must now have a version of. This could also be seen as the domestic side of that world created in 'Ghost in the shell'.
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This is the best anime of the year's releases in the UK. It has a taut and thrilling storyline driven along by plot twists that spring surprises all the time, a horrific crime theme and a cast of brilliantly conceived central characters. For atmosphere, suspense, graphics, psychological penetration it is destined to be one of those classics that end up changing hands at inflated prices. I am a Ghost in the Shell fan from way back but Psycho-Pass has one advantage over Ghost in the Shell, economy of dialogue. There is not a word wasted from beginning to end.
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In a word, this is terrific from beginning to end. Amidst all the rampant publicity for the overhyped (and ultimately disappointing) 'Attack on Titan', this one is the real deal.

If you want and appreciate hard SF, this is for you.

Yes, its ambience and themes owe much to classic cyberpunk and Philip K Dick's novels - it even knowingly, with a wink, cites William Gibson's 'Neuromancer' and Dick's 'Do androids dream of electric sheep?' at one point. But it puts all these classic ideas in a blender and manages to come out with something new, twisty and exciting. Think of it as a natural successor and counterpart to the classic 'Ghost in the Shell' and you won't be too far out...

The animation is fluid and engaging, with mercifully restrained use of CGI. The characters are well fleshed out and interesting. The technological projection is well thought-out and wholly credible. And the genuine moral and ethical themes brought out in the mix are treated both seriously and fully. OK, there is some violence and gore; but this is not one for the kiddies anyway!

A fully realised future - without aliens, giant robots and constant explosions is refreshing enough in itself, but this anime one goes further and - like the best SF - manages to comment on the present and ask serious questions about law, order and morality.

In short, this is one of the finest animes I have seen in many years. It's just begging for a second series. Will freedom or order triumph in the end?
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This series is typical of the production house that gave us Ghost In The Shell S.A.C. As its predecessors, Psycho-Pass is rooted in a deep, courageous and rather disillusioned reflexion on the kind of future world to which current societal trends could lead. However, a lot of the philosophical questioning and cultural references literally go "missing in action" as the bombastic and/or gruesome combat scenes kick in. I find this regrettable, particularly since I watched it in the original Japanese (I can't stand the English dub) and the suddenly erupting violence can make finishing reading the subtitles rather challenging.
Still, my overall impression is very positive: this is a great series, well worth the time and money. In my humble opinion, it is also a very interesting introduction to the Japanese psyche, since the general message is that anything that threatens the stability of society, even for all the right reasons, is necessarily criminal in nature.
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