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Rahxephon - Aria (Vol. 6)
Rahxephon - Aria
Vol. 6
Actors: Jason Douglas, Hilary Haag, Ayako Kawasumi, Robert Anderson, Cyrille Artaux
Director: Yutaka Izubuchi
Genres: Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
UR     2003     1hr 40min

Studio: Adv Films Release Date: 10/21/2003 Run time: 100 minutes

     
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Actors: Jason Douglas, Hilary Haag, Ayako Kawasumi, Robert Anderson, Cyrille Artaux
Director: Yutaka Izubuchi
Creators: Yutaka Izubuchi, Chiaki Konaka
Genres: Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
Sub-Genres: Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
Studio: Adv Films
Format: DVD - Color - Animated,Subtitled
DVD Release Date: 10/21/2003
Release Year: 2003
Run Time: 1hr 40min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 1
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: Japanese
Subtitles: English

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Movie Reviews

The Voice of the Instrumentalist
Marc Ruby? | Warren, MI USA | 11/05/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"After the dramatic ending of the previous DVD left Ayato stunned and grieving, events in Terra proceed without him. Isshki, the Bahbem Institute's observer, takes over command, to everyone's chagrin. He quickly earns the title of 'White Snake,' convincing Haruka to cooperate with him, and even threatening Ayato with execution. Mysteriously, Reika (Ixtli's human form) shows up at the command center in uniform as an alternate Haruka with an agenda of her own - to start the beginning of the end.But Reika/Ixtli's efforts to initiate the tuning of the world is by no means the only crisis that is building - Mamoru, who knows that Ayato caused the death of his girlfriend appears. He takes advantage of Ayato's guilt over Hiroko to gain the opportunity for revenge and to carry out the Mulian agenda of destroying the island of Hirai-Kanai.Isshki is intent on bringing down the Jupiter barrier, regardless of the effect of freeing the Mu, expecting to win the ensuing battle. But by using an ingenious reversal, the plot manages to turn things upside down, trigger a world crisis, and make Ayato take steps toward assuming the instrumentality he has been desperately avoiding - all without ending the series four episodes too early.If it sounds like a lot is happening in a short period of time, that is the case. Overall, the pace of this series has been fairly steady, but the directors are now trying to make up for lost time and build up steam for the conclusion. And they do a good job of it.The subtle otherworldliness that is created by using Aztec and Nahuatl symbols and names becomes much more blatent in these episodes. This ranges from Reika/Ixtli's declaration "I am but the true face" (Ixtli is the Nahuatl word for face) to the appearance of Aztec sculpture and symbols. However, this never quite makes it to being a plot device, working more like the Kabbalistic symbolism in Evangelion, the series to which RahXephon is most often compared. It adds mystery, and an alien seeming terminology, but doesn't ever rise to being a cause or explanation for what the viewer is seeing.While RahXephon will go throughout it's life being compared to Evangelion, this is unfair to both efforts. While there are similarities both in plot and theme, they really are each truly unique. In addition, RahXephon's commitment to strong artwork and music are outstanding, while Evangelion's animation shows better choreography and use of film angles. both series get high marks for acting. Personally, I'm delighted to have each of them on my shelves as examples of anime at it's finest."
Still continues to keep me wanting more
Akira | USA | 03/07/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Since most of this dvd has been explained in another review I'll just give a couple of my thoughts on it. First, I'll have to agree with a previous reviewer in saying that Rahxephon is one of the best series to date. Since the first volume this series continually impresses me with its strong character development and engaging story. Volume six of this series does a great job of realistically showing the emotions of Ayato and the people around him, especially those of Nanomori and Megumi. This series continues to impress me and its definitely something I recommend you viewing."
One of my favorite show
Ryan Davih Haglund | CA, usa | 11/03/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"depending on if you liked the previous dvds in my opinion this one is the best so far. it has all the action and story twists your used to but adds a few things you wouldnt expect at this point. it has a little more of an emotional edge to it than the previous, but if you dont like that it dosnt dwell on it too long. This is one of my favorite shows and if your looking for another show to watch i recomend evangelion for the gundam ish take but with alot more style and complexity, cowboy bebop for awesome music style comedy drama and basicly everything else you could ever want(can you tell its my favorite), berserk for all your midevil fighting and killing needs, his and her circumstances for any relationship style anime, either of the kenchin movies are good and i think thats enough of a rant so if you want to know anything more about basicly any anime email me and ill see if i can help you out. i have alot of different stuff."