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Jin-Roh

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Humans in a wolf disguise

    This story is the most dangerous anidrama story ever yet but it almost made you wanna beleive its real with it true to life issues such as betrayal , 'cant forget the past' and lasty love underneath it all.. i cryed alot and watched on repeat 20 time no exageration there!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Another dissection of the meaning of life.

    Overall, this is an awesome movie, with realistic animation, an interesting setting, and interesting story developments. However, it's obvious Mamoru Oshii (the scriptor behind the amazing films Patlabor and Ghost in a Shell) was forcing many of the story's elements in order to find another hit. There are too many plot twists; too little time to get accomplished what he wants with the characters. (It would have made a great animated mini-series, or something.) Even so, it's worth seeing if you're an Anime fan, and worth buying if you've watched it a couple of times (like I have) and you understand the plot a little better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A little bit about germany in Jin-Roh

    You didn't realised that Japan is occupied by Germany?It's funny.You know that there are dozens of material proof of it.For example in real life the Japanese government officials didn't use Volks Wagen.But there were only Volks Wagens in the movie as official's car.And the Japanese army and police never used german weapons because they were occupied by the U.S.A..However in Jin-Roh they are using german weapons such as Mg 40,Mg 44, Mg 42(machine gun).Even their helmet is like the WWII german helmet.I have only seen Jin-Roh once so I can't tell if anybody mentions it but there are a lot of other evidence.And I saw a german jeep in it, when the army marches on the streets.Anyway it is the best action anime what I have ever seen.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Ignore the following in other reviews

    I'm tired, so I'm cranky and bitter. There are a few wrong details in the reviews, which have left me mystified to how they can get there. First off, the Japan in Jin-Roh ISN'T one occupied by Germany after WWII. Germany isn't even MENTIONED in the movie. A second thing, where the heck are they getting Cereberus? Either my mind fails me because I'm sleepy, or that too never is spoken. In the movie, Fuse is a part of the Capital Police, a fedreal police force who's sole job is to protect the capital from terrorist. However, there is conflict among the regular city police as well as other branches. In all of this is a rumor of the Jin-Roh Brigade, a top secret group that no one knows for sure if it exists... So to heck with those other reviews, maybe next time each reviewer won't borrow from the same source.

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    Posted December 16, 2011

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