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Ghost in the Shell lands on VICELAND

Ghost in the Shell lands on VICELAND
Dan Rhodes
Author: Dan Rhodes

Dan has been writing for UK Anime Network since 2013, and has been the site's Anime Editor since August 2017.


Manga Entertainment have taken to Twitter to announce that the classic movie Ghost in the Shell will be coming to VICELAND in December. Mamoru Oshii’s Ghost in the Shell is not only an anime classic, but also a classic of the sci-fi genre. The film has provided obvious influences to the likes of the Wachowski brothers The Matrix, with even directing powerhouse James Cameron citing the film as an inspiration.

You can catch Ghost in the Shell on Saturday 9th December at 21:00 (9:00pm), and Friday 15th also at 21:00 (9:00pm) – on Sky Channel 153 or NOW TV.

Synopsis: The year is 2029, the world is made borderless by the net; augmented humans who live in virtual environments. Watched over by law enforcement agents that are able to download themselves into super-powered, crime busting mecha. The ultimate secret agent of the future is not human, has no physical body and can travel freely through the information highways of the world. Hacking and manipulating whatever, whomever and whenever required…

Source: Manga Entertainment.

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