Why Ghost In The Shell Is The Greatest And Most Philosophical Anime Ever Made

Ghost in the Shell, produced by filmmaker Mamoru Oshii who is Japanese, and made it available in 1995, isn't just one of the most acclaimed anime films ever made it's also among the top science fiction films ever made.

Furthermore, the tale of artificial intelligence which evolves to the point where it requires to be considered a brand new life form is much more relevant now than in the year 1995 when it was first made. Now various animes are coming like animated version of the atelier of the pointed hat has been announced will be soon released.

Though it is set to an action-oriented story, Ghost in the Shell includes several philosophical scenes that investigate the ways that humans interact with computers and vice versa. It even goes into metaphysics to explore the nature of existence in general.

It's a great treat to Hong Kong viewers because the "Japan" of the film is modeled on the city, and therefore will appear a bit familiar.

The film is based on the 1989 manga of the same title by Masamune Shirow. Oshii has said the manga is "complex" and has said that he believed it was his responsibility as a director to cut the manga down to its essentials.

The story explores a variety of topics that have been brought into the spotlight of debates in science and the ethical implications of AI as well as the consequences if AI is smarter than the human beings who created it and the possibility of machines changing when they've taken insufficient information, and the possibility that life forms originate from systems of information that aren't organic.