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Hell Girl: Two Mirrors Collection 2 [Reino Unido] [DVD]

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas There's a problem 25 de enero de 2017
Por No Name - Publicado en
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I have seen the season before, but I wanted to buy The Two Mirrors Complete Collection. I love the season, but there are no english subtitles. Everything (the disk cover, the dvds) else was english, but not the language. It didn't even give me the option for english. Do not buy if you are looking for english subtitles. The language is purely Japanese. I am really sad that I can't understand or read the set.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Three Stars 31 de marzo de 2017
Por Eric - Publicado en
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wish it got dubbed
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Good Run 30 de julio de 2014
Por Ivory Quillum - Publicado en
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Although I do like English Dubbed, I won't complain for as long as I can understand the characters I shall be fine. I must say, the stories in Mirrors are a lot more in depth then in the first season. You actually learn a little more about Ai's three assistance and it revolves around a specific group and not just going all over the place with a different character in each episode. I found this anime to be worth my time although I do wish more was revealed in the first season.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Jigoku Shoujo, second season 17 de noviembre de 2014
Por D. - Publicado en
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Second season of "Hell Girl" lacks some of the mystique of the first, due to our familiarity with the main story elements, but the graphics, animation and visual composition are just as appealing, as is the soundtrack.

Quality of the storyline of the episodes varies (there are a few that are quite weak), but the stories are more complex and ambivalent than in the first season. As before, there is a strong message that might does not make right, and that individual conscience matters more than convention and prevailing opinion. There is no magical righting of wrongs - in one episode Ai says explicitly that she is not a champion of justice - but the entire series takes a sympathetic view of the weak, the excluded and the wronged. And as before, the stories do not shy away from uncomfortable topics: derangement, sadism, family dysfunction, sexual obsession, and incest.

Ai's three main companions play prominent roles in the unfolding of the stories. Second season is largely built around them, and they develop into compassionate, witty and likeable characters. They are supernatural figures from fairy tale, but they move around in the modern world in a natural and relaxed way, which is very charming.

Transition of the character of Ai to the second season is somewhat disappointing. It is clear at the end of the first season that Ai Enma is a tragic figure, victim of her community's folly and hounded by revulsion against her own fate: she was killed as an adolescent girl (shoujo) at the threshold of adult life. There are lyrical intimations of her approaching adulthood in the scenes immediately preceding her capture and death, contrasted by the most unsettling scene of the first season, her memorable "danse macabre" through the burning village.

Second season opens with a rather sentimentally preachy follow-up on that dance, in which Ai's fate is explained as punishment for her vengefulness. First season had built up the portrait of Ai as a persona frozen in time, her emotional unfolding arrested by the monstrous wrong that was done to her. Second season falls short of either developing or resolving that picture, as if the creation had outgrown the imagination of its creators, although the season's ending does give the character of Ai something of a meaningful closure after all.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Just as interesting as season 1 2 de febrero de 2016
Por Blaire - Publicado en
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Picks up where season 2 leaves off. Ai consigning your grievances to hell. I love all 3 seasons of this series!

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