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Bekushiru: 2077 Nihon sakoku - Japan, 2077: A female agent named Vexille is dispatched to Tokyo to investigate whether Japanese are developing robotic technology, which has been banned by the U.N. due to its potential threat to humankind.


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Original Title: Bekushiru: 2077 Nihon sakoku
Country, Channel: Japan
Release Date: 2007
Genres: Anime, Animation, Action, Sci-Fi
Creator: Fumihiko Sori
Cast: Meisa Kuroki, Shôsuke Tanihara, Yasuko Matsuyuki
Runtime: 110min
Language: English, Japanese
Quality: BDR MKV 720p 2.88Gb
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  • 22 March 2017 01:57
Wow! Wow! Wow!

See it completely original story line, amazing animation. Enough action, incredible acting. I really got involved with the characters in the story. It was interesting to see how it all went down in the end.

Its so different then any other movie I have seen this year. You can make parallel of any other sci-fi film. But if Vixelle borrows from any film, it turns it around and does its own way.

The fast past action slows down in the middle to engage you in the characters. Its great, like the main character Vixelle, she wakes up in a town, and is lost. You are lost. In no time, the plot is dropped and personally left speech less. Cannot recommend this enough. Well that and Death Note.

Amazing CGI Graphics, incredible soundtrack inc Boom Boom Satellites, Paul Oakenfold, Mink, Bassment Jaxx, Asian Dub Foundation and more.

Hailed during its UK theatrical release as a work of 'stunning futuristic animation' by the Guardian Guide and by Metro (London) as a 'superior, elegantly nuanced sci-fi anime', VEXILLE comes to DVD in September as a special two-disc release in a limited edition Steel Book case and packed with exclusive fan-pleasing extra features that include an audio commentary by Jonathan Clements, an extended interview with director Fumihiko Sori on the making of the film, voice cast and music recording footage, interviews with Sori filmed at the Locarno Film Festival, a look at how 3D animation is made and at Sori's work as an animation creator, plus bonus footage from Sori's forthcoming live action feature, 'Ichi'.

Directed by Fumihiko Sori (Ping Pong) and utilising the talents of the creative team behind the groundbreaking CG anime 'Appleseed', the epic VEXILLE is a stunningly realized CG animated sci-fi feature that further pushes the boundaries of what viewers have come to expect from a cinematic revolution that has already amazed filmgoers through the works of animation directors such as Mamoru Oshii (Ghost In The Shell 2: Innocence), Satoshi Kon (Paprika) and Hayao Miyazaki (Howl's Moving Castle; Spirited Away).

The year is 2077. A decade earlier, robot technology had become so advanced that the United Nations, concerned that further developments may lead to the 'weaponization' of the human body, passed a resolution banning the use of android technology. Choosing to defy the treaty in order to allow the mega-corporation, Daiwa, to continue its research, Japan became a lone, renegade nation effectively shutting itself off from the rest of the world. Isolated and shielded from all outside communication and satellite surveillance, with nobody having entered or left the country for ten years, Japan has become a mystery to all those living outside its borders.

Fearing that Daiwa may now have taken its bio-tech android programme to the ultimate extreme, a crack US Special Forces Unit is tasked with infiltrating Japan on an intelligence mission. Led by a determined, young female commander, Vexille, the unit hooks up with a band of Japanese underground rebels who have refused to conform to the dictates of the Daiwa Corporation. But what Vexille and her team uncover inside Japan proves to be far more devastating than anybody could possibly have imagined and soon they find themselves fighting a battle that will determine the future of all humanity.
Described by The Times as 'a chillingly beautiful vision of a dystopian future' and as 'simply breathtaking' by SFX magazine, VEXILLE is an action-packed, vividly rendered fantasy adventure enhanced by an exhilarating musical score by international DJ Paul Oakenfold (who also scored Appleseed).

Went into Vexille on the heels of the disappointing Appleseed Ex Machina and was BLOWN AWAY. Everything about this is top notch; the storyline, while involved, is still easy to follow and very engaging. You care about characters when they die, even the ones with limited screen time. For a standard (read: non HD) disc, the image is fantastic, though I watched it on a PS3 so the upconverting may have helped. The surround sound mix is totally immersive and goes a long way to bring you into the story. The action sequences, while somewhat derivative, are brilliant and very well staged and executed. All of this is served spectacularly well by the music, which is a combination of Oakenfold's signature breakbeat techno and selected songs by other artists, and is never off putting or out of place. Also, the anime style, a blend of cell shaded 2D and CGI, is reminiscent of Appleseed, only a bit more fluid and stylized. The Japanese audio track is solid as to be expected, and to my surprise the English dub is actually very well done. Bonus points for that.

All told, Vexille is a must buy for cyberpunk, sci fi and anime afficionados, and is definitely reference material for your home theatre system.


Everything "Appleseed Ex Machina" should have been!
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