Why Scenes From ‘Ghost in the Shell’ Anime Look So Familiar
One of the most influential cyberpunk animes of all time, Mamoru Oshii’s
‘Ghost in the Shell’
(1995) has spawned a vast franchise of films, manga and TV programs.
Halfway through the film is a
, this tableau represents life in New Port City, a cyberpunk metropolis and the film’s setting.
New Port City
was inspired by
and its futuristic cityscape, complete with towering skyscrapers and neon-lit streets.
Hong Kong’s urban geography is
— a reflection of its cultural and historical landscape.
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