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Akira Blu-ray

Katsuhiro Otomo, 1987

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Film Details

Directed by Katsuhiro Otomo

Produced in 1987

Main Language - Japanese with English subtitles

Countries & Regions - Asian Film, Japanese Film

Film Description

The year is 2019 in post-apocalyptic Tokyo. Cyberpunk biker Tetsuo gets involved with a top-secret military research group trying to restore an ancient force (Akira) to save their world and has begun to develop special powers. The police and the army attempt to contain Tetsuo, but his transformation gathers speed rapidly...

This stunning vision of a dystopian, futuristic city deserves honourable comparison with Blade Runner and Metropolis.

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Blu-ray Details

Certificate: 15

Publisher: MANGA

Length: 124 mins

Format: Blu-ray Colour

Region: B

Released: 27th June 2011

Cat No: MANGB8005

Blu-ray Extras

  • Digitally Remastered.

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Community Reviews

by Anon on 11th October 2005

When I saw this film for the first time I was shocked by how ahead of its time it was. Made in the mid-eighties, Akira is an animation masterpiece and still stand outs... Read on

by Anon on 12th June 1999

When I saw this film for the first time I was shocked by how ahead of its time it was. Made in the mid-eighties, Akira is an animation masterpiece and still stand outs... Read on

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