Inspector Akane Tsunemori is sent overseas to locate new terrorist threats who are breaking the set-to-be-perfect Syblil System, in which police can use biological monitoring in order to avoid crimes before they even happen.
However, this new threat becomes more challenging as it apparently comes from the inside and also since the system has begun to be exported by Japan as the new peacekeeping tool.
Psycho-Pass is one of those “Minority Report”-style sci-fi series that keeps viewers on edge, with action, an in-depth plot and mind-blowing twists. Luckily, the movie will exceed fans’ expectations, and a major twist is unveiled which will force Akane to face some familiar issues from her past.
The animation is superb, with iconic blue tones and small digital touches that do not affect the beautiful artwork of the series.