Ghost in the Shell: If Only All Cops Looked This Good
Atsuko Tanaka), a female cyborg in charge of police unit Section 9's assault team, is hunting for a cyber-terrorist known as "The Puppet Master" (Iemasa Kayumi). They track down leads, but the criminal is very clever and deludes his victims into doing his bidding without their knowing it.
Tessho Genda), which allows the cyborg to escape.
|That's a big gun!|
|Several scenes are full of action|
|This sure does look similar to The Matrix|
anime is awkward stuff that you see on the Internet, this is much better. The pace is fast, squeezing a tremendous amount of complexity into 83 minutes. There is fascinating dialog, with philosophy thrown around liberally and questions about the cycle of life.The bottom line is that this is a film for people that want to think about the nature of existence and what it means to be alive - and dead. The influence of computers is a central theme of this film, much like it was in 2001: A Space Odyssey.
|The Major looking out over the city|
Below is the complete opening from the Blu-Ray edition of "Ghost in the Shell":