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Rin: Daughters of Mnemosyne - Complete Series [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Format : Coffret, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Japonais (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stéréo), Anglais (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Sous-titres : Anglais
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.78:1
  • Nombre de disques : 2
  • Studio : Funimation Prod
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 22 mars 2011
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  • ASIN: B0049TC8HQ
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great anime! 22 septembre 2013
Par Alltezza - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
Before I give my opinion, this anime is NOT for everybody, not many people are going to like the graphic content of this anime and there are quite a few sex scenes in this anime but it's not to the point to where you can call it a hentai, because it doesn't go really into detail if you know what I mean, but you can tell what's going on.

This is a very mature anime for a mature audience only, if you watched animes like Elfen Lied, Claymore, and Deadman Wonderland (Yeah there's other anime shows out there but that's the only ones I could pull at the top of my head) you'll enjoy this anime. The story is really good I find it very compelling but I don't really wanna talk much about the story because I feel like I'd spoil it. I only would like to tell you what to expect.

My opinion is that I really enjoyed it, the story is bad ass along with this idea of mortality, progression and morality. There are a lot of twisted and disturbing parts. The only negative I would give this anime is that I wish it was longer 6 episodes even though they are 50 minutes each, there was just something about this anime that made me want more lol.

The voice acting dubbed is actually pretty good! I'm normally not a fan of English dub at all but I actually thought it was pretty good, but if you didn't like it there is the option to switch to Japanese voices and to turn on the subtitles.

I didn't really write much, but if you readers out there decide to buy this anime, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 An Enjoyable, Brutal Experience 12 juillet 2014
Par Jonathan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Rin is one of those unfortunate examples of a series that exits the gate with a very strong first episode, is very good for the rest of the series, and does frequently flirt with greatness, but never again reaches the heights of its first episode.

But that first episode is one hell of a ride!

The series is only six episodes long, each episode running about 45 mins in length, and it was originally broadcast one episode per month over the course of six months. The first four episodes are relatively stand-alone episodes, although they do have a unifying aspect, and the series takes place over the course of 65 years. But the thing that most sets Rin apart is that it's an explicitly adult series, and when I say adult, I mean adult.

Gratuitous violence? Check. Strong sexual content? Check. Misogyny? Check. And just for good measure, let's throw in a megalomaniacal hermaphrodite and some lesbian informants who trade information for sex. In the commentary for episode 2, the cast mentions that this is the most adult anime any of them had worked on, mentioning that the closest comparison they could make was to Speed Grapher. I'm not sure how accurate that comparison really is. What I've seen of Speed Grapher sometimes pushed the boundaries a bit, but I don't feel it was anywhere near as boundary-pushing as Rin. A more apt comparison might be to think about the first episode of Elfenlied. The difference, though, is that whereas Elfenlied used that first episode to contrast with the tone of much of the rest of the series, Rin seems to revel in its adult content. In other words, it does sometimes feel violent and graphic simply for the sake of being violent and graphic.

Let's get the bad outta the way: the major antagonist, Apos, is a pretty stock villain, who wants power more or less for the sake of having power and spends the entire series trying to amass that power. He's not especially interesting as a villain or as a character, although he does win points for his gleeful barbarism. The central conceit of the series, that Rin and her sidekick Mimi are immortal and will regenerate after being wounded, no matter how severely, significantly cuts down on the amount of tension the series can offer its audience. The stand-alone nature of the first four episodes means that one of the most interesting questions of the first episode--whether or not Koki Maeno is a clone--is never addressed. And Rin's repeated engagements with the assassin Laura seem to serve no real purpose beyond extending each episode's runtime. I probably ought to mention the ending of the series, as well, because as coherent as most of the series is, the ending is a bit of a mess. I'm not saying it doesn't make sense, but it does get a bit obscure and I think needlessly so.

But all of that is offset by the series' take-no-prisoners, no-holds-barred, in-your-face approach to its story. The very first scene involves Rin being chased through a building by Laura. They get to the rooftop and Rin falls to her death after having her hand severed from her arm. We see Rin's body hit the ground below, followed by her hand, in a very arresting image. We're given no context for this short scene, no sense of its chronological placement. All we know is that Rin dies within the first minute of the series. Cut to what we soon realize is the next morning. Rin sits in her office, a bit groggy but otherwise fine and dandy, and asks for some water. In what becomes a running gag, her sidekick Mimi brings a bottle of vodka and mentions that vodka means water in Russian. It's a delightful scene that teases the audience and subverts our expectations. Soon we learn that Rin is a private investigator recently hired to locate, drumroll please, a morbidly obese cat. These first few minutes help firmly establish the sense of humor employed throughout the series. It's a sense of humor very much over-the-top, but unlike so many other anime series that rely on silly, slap-happy moments, Rin uses its humor to keep its audience in a constant state of uncertainty.

Perhaps the best illustration of this comes at the end of the episode. After having been tortured to death by the mad scientist Sayara Yamanobe in what is the most unsettling scene of the series, Rin breaks into Sayara's office and kills her. Immediately afterwards, we see her drop down from a ceiling tile into the room where Koki Maeno is being held, where she says, "Dude, I'm totally starving." It's a moment of absolute absurdity that the audience can't help but laugh at, but it's also a firm reminder that the audience is in Rin's world now and Rin's world operates according to its own rules.

Consider also the torture scene I just mentioned. Up until this point, there is really very little violence outside of the opening scene, and certainly nothing to suggest just how brutal the torture would be. Rin is captured, restrained, stripped, and then tortured with Sayara gleefully counting the number of holes on the female body to be closed. It's a bloody scene made even worse by Rin's ripping out the studs, barbells, and chains implanted all over her body in the next scene. The violence would be enough to make anyone uncomfortable, but what makes this moment all the more disconcerting is its illustration of the series' seeming delight in subjecting a strong, willful female protagonist to this kind of physical and psychological cruelty. The comparison that immediately springs to mind is Lars von Trier's depression trilogy, the films Antichrist, Melancholia, and Nymphomaniac. In those films too, a strong-willed female lead is repeatedly subjected to extreme forms of cruelty. I'm not sure Rin has those films' political dimension, but the series does visit objectifying, humiliating, and degrading situations on several of the female characters with a fair regularity. It's worth noting, however, that the female characters do come out on top at the end. Make of that what you will.

As intense and disturbing as much of the imagery can be at times, the series as a whole makes for a powerful viewing experience that is not particularly demanding on its audience. I recommend Rin: Daughters of Mnemosyne for viewers who are comfortable with strong adult content.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Immortal Love 13 février 2015
Par AnimeNerd - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
I'm going to start this off with the amount of hestitation I had towards purchasing this anime. I was EXTREMELY hesitant with reviews left and right describing how gruesome it is but honestly, I'm glad I decided to go for it anyway and I wasn't disappointed at all.

Don't get me wrong, this anime is....messed up to put it lightly in the violence department but I actually found it entertaining and hilarious that this chick named Rin, a beautiful and smart private investigator and protagonist, is getting brutally killed over this ENTIRE series and somehow or another STILL COMES BACK ALIVE. She puts a whole new view on immortal because even in certain circumstances of other characters, those folks would have died. As in never came back.

However this show is not necessarily a comedy either, maybe I'm just messed up? It's got some mythology going on as well as romance and plenty of drama. Oh yeah, and sex. Yeah, I said it. SEX. Like, if the violence wasn't bad enough to keep children far away from this title, the sex most definitely should. It's not very explicit but certain scenes were definitely leaving little to the imagination without this coming off as hentai, (literal, legit anime porn).

All in all, I think it's a pretty good show. Can't think of anything to complain about except that I wish it was longer than 6 episodes that last 45 minutes each. If possible, I'd love a second season however I'm not so sure what the plot would even be.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Very good series; ok blu-ray 4 janvier 2011
Par Bill A. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
I don't write long reviews, so here goes:

* The show is way above average for an anime; beautiful drawing & color; daring intelligent story. When I say daring, I'm referring to plot developments, not the sexual content. The subject is very adult, buy this is not what most anime fans would consider hentai (as one reviewer did). Echii perhaps; specifically no pubic region is shown, or if shown, it's from a distance, and devoid of detail. The violence is very harsh, but brief. I'd definately give this an NC-17 rating.

* The blu-ray image is very clean & devoid of film grain; but lines are a little soft; I think because that's the look they were going for; it's not a disc production issue. There's no artifacting to hint it was rezzed-up. To see what i consider razor sharp, check out the Angel Burst preview trailer on the same disc.

My main issue with a couple of Funimation blu-ray discs I have ordered so far is that they don't want to play every time. At first I thought it was defects in the disc, or the firmware for my player; but after wiping water on the discs with my fingers, and wiping it dry on my soft cotton t-shirt, they acted fine. Perhaps it's a packaging issue like dust, or an invisible cloudy film that gets on the disc coating? Aggravating but temporary. If anyone has had the same experience let me know;)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 RIN - A Vodka Soaked Series That Is Not For Everyone 20 mai 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
I really believe this will become one of my favorite Anime series! This is a super cool character driven animation series that is 6 episodes long. It has animated lesbians, animated Vodka, cool characters, and an interesting story hook, if that ain't your thing then stay away from this series.

I like the 45 minute run time much better than the 22 minute run time of most anime series. I also feel that this series sort of falls apart at the end, almost like the writers didn't know how to end it (this is why I didn't give it five stars). If you are offended by lesbians, then stay away, this series features them prominently and in bed doing their lesbian thing very, very often.

My wife watched half of the first episode and then left in anger. I watched the rest of the episodes while she was at work and pourded myself a Vodka at every start of each episode. This series is not for everyone, but I like it. :)
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