Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 Saigo no Ningen Movie Releases Trailer, Premieres in November

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The second Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 compilation movie, subtitled Saigo no Ningen (The Final Human), has received a trailer and November 23 Japanese premiere date. It will tackle the events of the 3DCG series’ second season and add new scenes.

The first season of Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 was released on Netflix in 2020, while the second season debuted in 2022. The first compilation movie, Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 Sustainable War, was also released last year. The show is a follow-up to the Ghost in the Shell: Standalone Complex series, which originally ended in 2006 with the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex – Solid State Society movie.

Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 Season 2 is described as:

The year is 2045. As a result of the Global Simultaneous Default, an economic disaster that shook every country on Earth to its foundations, as well as the explosive evolution of artificial intelligence, the world has plunged into the Sustainable War, a planned war that can be continued indefinitely. In this near future, the decline has not yet become bad enough that people can sense in their daily lives the risk to human survival posed by A.I.

To combat cybercrimes by the Posthumans, a new breed of human being that has suddenly arisen, Public Security Section 9, led by the fully prosthetic cyborg Motoko Kusanagi, makes its way to Tokyo, which was reduced to ruins in a previous war. What they find there are a refugee group that calls itself “N” and a hostile American Special Forces unit. As the risk of nuclear war set off by a hijacked submarine grows ever greater, the three-way battle between Public Security Section 9, America, and the Posthumans intensifies.

The anime is directed by Kenji Kamiyama and Shinji Aramaki with Nobuko Toda and Kazuma Jinnouchi as music composers. Production I.G and SOLA DIGITAL ARTS are the animation production companies.

Source: EMOTION Label Channel

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