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Rakuen Tsuihou: Expelled From Paradise Unknown 12/24/2014 12:16:00 AM

Filename Rakuen Tsuihou: Expelled From Paradise
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Date and Time 12/24/2014 12:16:00 AM
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Rakuen Tsuihou: Expelled From Paradise
楽園追放 -Expelled From Paradise-

Expelled From Paradise is set in the not-so-near future where Earth has been reduced to a wasteland and most of the people who inhabited it moved to space and were turned into raw data in an infrastructure called DEVA. An utopia like many others, you work hard and help society? You get extra data, you don't do anything? Your data is frozen and given to other people, about the same as being killed but it sounds nicer so it's ok. The movie's theme is nothing new if you've seen any other of Urobuchi's works – characters live in an utopia, find a bit more about it, don't really like it and end up going against it, but why would you change something that isn't broken? Ultimately that's the story behind most of Urobuchi's works, a story about characters who try to change their perfect world. Expect in Expelled From Paradise it's in a very raw and somewhat dumbed down state, world building is made more through the characters than through the world itself and most of it's message could easily be summarized in a single line, it barely attempts to make the viewer think about the topic, quickly shoving it to the side so it can move forward. Nothing unreasonable happens either, there's no big plot twist or shocking event, leaving the main conflict in the movie to be generated by a "what did you expect to happen?" moment, the story just flows very naturally and without big surprises. (Paulo27)

Ending Theme: "Eonian" by ELISA connect EFP
Rakuen Tsuihou: Expelled From Paradise OST

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