The sky crawlers = Kong zhong sha shou (DVD video, 2009) [University of Maryland, College Park]
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The sky crawlers = Kong zhong sha shou

Author: Nihon Terebi.; Purodakushon Ai Jī, Kabushiki Kaisha.; Simply Fun Pte. Ltd.
Publisher: Singapore : Distributed by Simply Fun Pte. Ltd., 2009.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : Animation : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This award-winning anime is set in the near future where there is a group of humanoids called Kildren who are bred and designed to live as adolescents for the rest of their lives. For the Kildren, they realise that every day could be their last because they are engaged in a battle game operated by the adults, where it is seen as pure entertainment. Even though faced with this harsh reality, they decide to go about  Read more...
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Material Type: Animation, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Nihon Terebi.; Purodakushon Ai Jī, Kabushiki Kaisha.; Simply Fun Pte. Ltd.
Language Note: In Japanese or Mandarin with optional subtitles in English, Simplified Chinese or Traditional Chinese.
OCLC Number: 313607373
Notes: Title from disc label.
Based on the novel by Mori Hiroshi.
Special features: behind the scenes & interview; scene selection.
Target Audience: PG.
Description: 1 videodisc (122 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, region 3.
Other Titles: Kong zhong sha shou
Responsibility: presented by NTV and Production I.G.

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This award-winning anime is set in the near future where there is a group of humanoids called Kildren who are bred and designed to live as adolescents for the rest of their lives. For the Kildren, they realise that every day could be their last because they are engaged in a battle game operated by the adults, where it is seen as pure entertainment. Even though faced with this harsh reality, they decide to go about their daily lives by living it to the fullest.
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