Space Battleship Yamato 2199 (Blu-ray) (Vol.1) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version)

Space Battleship Yamato 2199 (Blu-ray) (Vol.1) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version)
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The beloved Space Battleship Yamato anime series is back! Conceived and supervised by Izubuchi Yutaka (RahXephon), Space Battleship Yamato 2199 is an ambitious retelling of the original 1974 series co-produced by three major animation studios. While the story – about an adventure to the deep end of space to save humanity – is similar to the original, this new version integrates the latest in computer animation technology for its spectacular space battles and features a new opening sequence by Neon Genesis Evangelion creator Anno Hideaki. See Battleship Yamato as you’ve never seen before with Space Battleship Yamato 2199.

Volume one includes episodes one and two.

This edition includes audio commentary and the caption-less version of the opening sequence..
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Millennium Actress (DVD) (Normal Edition) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version)

Millennium Actress (DVD) (Normal Edition) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version)
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After making a splash with Perfect Blue, Satoshi Kon brilliantly blurs the lines of reality and cinema again with Millennium Actress. Released at the turn of the millennium, the film spans 100 years of Japanese cinema and 1000 years of Japanese history through the life story of an elderly actress. Her lifelong search for a dissident artist she met briefly as a girl takes her to distant lands and great adventures, revealed in stunning flashbacks in which movies and memories become one..
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Whisper Of The Heart (Blu-ray) (Multi Audio & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version)

Whisper Of The Heart (Blu-ray) (Multi Audio & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version)
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Based on a Hiiragi Aoi teen girl comic discovered by Miyazaki Hayao during his summer vacation, Whisper of the Heart was the first Studio Ghibli theatrical feature film that isn’t directed by studio co-founders Miyazaki or Takahata Isao. In a move to train a new generation of younger directors, Miyazaki’s script was instead handed over to Kondo Yoshifumi, who unfortunately passed away in 1997 with Whisper as his only directorial effort. A low-key drama with a sweet youth romance at its core, Whisper of the Heart transcended a typical children’s animated film with relatively more mature themes such as career ambitions and teenage life, making it appealing to viewers of all ages. The fantasy sequences in the film, based on the protagonist’s novel and starring a cat named The Baron, even became so popular with audiences that Studio Ghibli later brought back the character with The Cat Returns.

One day, junior high school student Shizuku left a book that includes her composition for a graduation song in school. When she returns to retrieve the book, she finds that a boy has picked it up and read it. He automatically becomes her enemy when he makes fun of the lyrics as “corny”. Later, Shizuku discovers that the boy is Amasawa Seiji, the mysterious person whom Shizuku noticed had checked out every single book in the library. The two later become friends and come to develop feelings for each other. However, when Seiji decides to go abroad to study for a career as a luthier, Shizuku begins to grow worried about her own future. As a result, Shizuku begins working on a book based on a cat at the local antique shop as the first step in beginning her own career.

Blu-ray Edition includes multiple audio language tracks and multiple sets of subtitles. It also features storyboards (shown as a picture-in-picture feature during the film), the dubbing script, the making of the background paintings in Baron sequences, and a documentary on the working process of animator Inoue Naohisa..
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Code Geass Lelouch of the Rebellion – Nunnally in Wonderland (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version)

Code Geass Lelouch of the Rebellion - Nunnally in Wonderland (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version)
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The Code Geass series takes a slight detour in this special OVA. Code Geass R2 writer Nomura Yuichi, Nunally in Wonderland sees the classic tale of Alice in Wonderland re-imagined with Code Geass characters, as told by Lelouch to Nunnally herself. See your favorite Code Geass characters in a whole new light with this special spin-off chapter of the popular animated series!

This edition comes with a 40-page picture book..
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When Marnie Was There (Blu-ray)(Multi-Language Subtitles)(Japan Version)

When Marnie Was There (Blu-ray)(Multi-Language Subtitles)(Japan Version)
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Studio Ghibli and The Borrowers Arrietty director Yonebashi Hiromasa present an ageless tale of friendship that transcends space and time with When Marnie Was There, the adaptation of Joan G. Robinson’s novel of the same name. Transporting the plot from Norfolk to Hokkaido, Yonebashi creates a magical and elegantly designed world for his interpretation of this touching tale about a lonely girl who discovers true friendship for the first time with a girl who lives in a mysterious house. Featuring a talented voice cast that includes Takatsuki Sara, Arimura Kasumi, Matsushima Nanako, Terajima Susumi and Hitomo Kuroki, When Marnie Was There signals a new generation of promising young talents in Japan’s premier animation studio.

An introvert who has trouble making friends at school, Anna (Takatsuki Sara) is sent to live with her grandparents in Hokkaido by her adopted mother after a series of asthma attacks. While wandering around her new surroundings, Anna discovers an abandoned home standing in a marsh and a mysterious blonde girl living inside. Naturally curious, Anna eventually makes friends, for the first time in her life, with the blonde girl named Marnie. However, Anna soon realizes that she appears to be the only person who can see her new best friend. Is Marnie a ghost, a figment of Anna’s imagination or something else entirely?

This edition includes storyboard, a spin-off documentary, making of, trailers and other bonus video content..
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