Noah Jay Anderson

It’s not often i am put in a context where i am able to watch a movie i already love, in a genre i adore, at university, to learn, and then get to talk about it. But the stars have aligned and here i am.

Akira is one of the most influential films in existence, it being emulated and imitated in all stretches of popular culture. It is one of the few anime films that form a bridge between Asian and western culture and is one of my all time favourites.

Knowing that we were to be doing this blog post, i have put on my autoethnographic shoes and am…

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