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Ghost in the Shell is back

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21 years since Ghost In The Shell broke out of Japan and hit the silver screen in the UK, the film is back. This time for only one day at a select list of cinemas ( the list you can find below as well as where to get tickets ).

This film, and Akira, defined what manga was for years. It is still thought as one of the greatest films of it’s genre. An idea that is becoming closer to reality every day. That and the release of the live action version that hits in March of that year.

It’s the only time you can see this classic at the cinemas. It’s the time to see it in a new digitally remastered version.

Want to know what cinemas are showing the film? The list is below.

Aberdeen Union Square Cineworld Exeter Vue London West, Westfield Vue
Basingstoke Festival Place Vue Gateshead Vue Manchester Showcase
Bath PictureHouse Glasgow Showcase Manchester Red Vue
Belfast Odyssey Independent Glasgow Renfrew Street Cineworld Milton Keynes Cineworld
Birmingham Broad Street Cineworld Home Manchester Independent Newham Showcase
Birmingham Electric Hull Vue Northampton Vue
Birmingham, Star City Vue Inverness Vue Norwich PictureHouse
Bluewater CDL Showcase Lancaster Dukes(Virt) Norwich Vue
Brighton Komedia PictureHouse Leeds Hyde Park (Virt) Nottingham Showcase
Bristol Showcase Leeds Showcase Oxford PictureHouse
Bristol CDL Showcase Leicester CDL Showcase Oxford Vue
Cambridge PictureHouse Liverpool Showcase Paisley Showcase
Cambridge Vue Liverpool, FACT PictureHouse Peterborough Showcase
Cardiff Showcase London East, Stratford East PictureHouse Plymouth Vue
Cheshire Oaks Vue London Central, Central PictureHouse Portsmouth No. 6 (Virt)
Coventry Showcase London Central, Prince Charles Portsmouth Vue
Crawley Cineworld London East, Hackney PictureHouse Reading Showcase
Derby CDL Showcase London East, West India Quay Cineworld Sheffield Cineworld
Dublin Cineworld London East, Westfield Stratford Vue Sheffield Vue
Dublin Vue London North, Crouch End PictureHouse Southampton PictureHouse
Dudley Showcase London North, Finchley Road Vue Stirling Vue
Dundee DCA London North, Islington Vue Swansea Vue
Edinburgh Cineworld London North, Wood Green Vue Teesside Showcase
Edinburgh Cameo PictureHouse London South, Croydon Grants Vue Walsall Showcase
Enfield Cineworld London South, Ritzy PictureHouse Watford Vue
Exeter PictureHouse London South, Wandsworth Cineworld York PictureHouse
York Vue

The year is 2029, the world is made borderless by the net; augmented humans who live in virtual environments. Watched over by law enforcement agents that are able to download themselves into super-powered, crime busting mecha. The ultimate secret agent of the future is not human, has no physical body and can travel freely through the information highways of the world. Hacking and manipulating whatever, whomever and whenever required…

Ghost in the Shell returns to the cinema 21 years after its initial UK release for one night only on January 25, 2017

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