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I recently watched Stargazer and I found it to be very melancholy and generally strange. Is it simply supposed to be a tragic story about victims of war? How the conflict destroyed/delayed human advancement?

It seemed to uncharacteristic of the previous movies and series since the messages weren't all thrown in your face. I know it was done by a different studio though.

I'd be very interested to read you guys thoughts on it.
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The only good thing to come out of Seed. The fact that an hour long ova got across the crux of the conflict in CE better than two 50 episode TV shows is a testament to how botched Seed and Destiny were.

If you haven't already, you should try 0079 and War in the Pocket.
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I just recently started 00. I'll check those out afterwards.

I actually liked Seed; it took a while for it to get going though. Once people started dying and the main characters stopped being stereotypes I began to enjoy it, around episode 20.

I agree that Destiny was pretty weak though.



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