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Aeon-Flux (2 Discs) (UMD for PSP) 1 of 1
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Mfg Part#: 98832
Sku: 206708939
UPC: 711719883227
UPC 14: 00711719883227
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Leather-bound and lethal, Aeon Flux - secret agent, saboteur - engages in a never-ending battle of wills with her nemesis/love, Trevor Goodchild. And what she may lack in morals and warmth, she more than makes up for with cat-like reflexes and ammunition. This director's cut of the groundbreaking MTV series is a mind-blowing combination of killer comic-book style animation, complex plots and themes, and action-driven narrative. Aeon Flux doesn't skate the edge, she is the edge. And she will prevail, even if it kills her. Over and over again.

What is UMDTM?
UMD, Universal Media Disc, is a brand-new and groundbreaking optical storage medium, designed for the high speed and efficient delivery of digital entertainment content that can store up to 1.8 GB of digital data on a 60mm disc -- or an entire feature film on a single UMD video. All UMD DVDs are produced in Widescreen and encoded using advanced AVC compression. UMD for PSP will play on the new PlayStation Portable handheld entertainment system.

Specifications

  • Diameter: 60 mm
  • Maximum Capacity: 1.8GB (Single-sided, dual layer)
  • Laser wavelength: 660nm (Red laser)
  • "...a combination of The Prisoner, The Twilight Zone and bondage porno.  John Felix, DVD In My Pants
    "Peter Chung's visionary MTV masterpiece about a female revolutionary in a futuristic society.  Randall Cyrenne, Animated Views

    Features
    Video Features Audio: English Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound
    Video Features DVD Quality Picture
    Video Features Full Length Movie
    Video Features Interactive Menus
    Video Features Scene Selection

    Professional Reviews

    DVD Times 8 of 10
    Aeon Flux offers a paradigm of ideas, spurred on by many and yet an influence toward things present. Before the Wachowski's were bending brains with their series of social and technology obsessed philosophies Peter Chung was meddling away with his dystopian views of a future world filled with spies and political intrigue, backstabbing and corporate mayhem, and at its heart was a lone female warrior; a (presumably) leather-clad seducer in a society facing inevitable decline at the hands of a man with ambitions of becoming a single ruler...Aeon Flux is initially a little daunting; the rewards come much later because it's not something to take lightly. Only once the viewer settles in does it begin to flow and make some kind of sense. With that said the series isn't without its pretentious flaws; they are here but they're disguised by the kind of dialogue that you would never hear outside of a production such as this, aside from The Matrix funnily enough...Aeon Flux is a very intriguing and unique looking show that to this day offers something a little challenging for those into their animation or otherwise. Its ideas at the time were certainly different and brave enough, although not always new and in later years we've seen them being developed to far greater success, even if they might not be just. - Kevin Gilvear
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