Following the success ofGhost in the Shell, Mamoru Oshii took a break from directing to focus his energies on other film projects. During this time, he became involved in two films in which he did not serve as director, but was nonetheless a major creative force. The two films, Jin-Roh and Blood the Last Vampire, are fascinating companion pieces because they are nearly polar opposites in terms of approach and style.
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