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In a futuristic world where criminal intent is analyzed by the Sybil System, a new top of the class recruit, Akane Tsunemori, joins the police force; however, she always puts her own sense of justice above the judgment of Sybil. Police are helped by Enforcers (latent criminals disposed to high criminal intent), one of which is a former inspector who supports Akane's method of action.Written by
This epidemic leads innocent people to their deaths, and yet it's pathogen will never be eradicated. This is a disease called serenity, a form of death that people have wished for.
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Imagine a world where we are watched and accept the judgment of a system that has been developed to dictate your life, your job and if it is determined that you might commit a crime based on your state of mind even be prosecuted for a possible future crime. This is the basis of this wonderful anime.
With some of the most thought provoking questions put forward in brilliant animation with some horrific depictions of true human nature, and the narrative accompanying it will make you question whether you would accept total resignation of your perceived free will.
This is a must watch!
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