The story continues where it left off from the Eden of the East TV series, and brings Morimi Saki back to the USA in order to find Takizawa Akira. The other Selecao however are actively moving to take part in the game, and a few in particular are making dangerous moves in order to eliminate Takizawa or move towards their picture of a better Japan.
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This blu-ray features both the first East of Eden film: King of Eden, but also the film Air Communication which is a 2 hour long summary of all 11 episodes of the series. This makes it possible to see this film without also getting the series - although I do not see any reason not too. Other than that it is not filled with all kinds of goodies, but there is what you would expect of a quality release. The film it self is a good romantic sci-fi, and even though it is characterised as a josei anime it can still be viewed by guys. The film does not "end", however, so it requires the second film, Paradise Lost.
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