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Emma: A Victorian Romance - Season 2 (Litebox)

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Contains the complete 12-episode second season, plus recap episode. In the faraway village of Haworth, a new chapter in Emma's life has begun. Now employed by the wealthy Molders family, Emma has resolved to put the past behind her. She'll have to adjust to a new house, a charming (but eccentric) new mistress, and a host of fellow servants, some with buried pasts of their own. Meanwhile, back in London, William is doing his best to uphold his father's wishes as the Jones family heir, but try as he might, he can't forget Emma. Yet, whenever he feels at his worst, Eleanor is always there to comfort him with a warm, shy smile. Could the answer to his broken heart be right before his eyes? This anime adaptation of the manga by Kaoru Mori (A Bride's Story) features direction by Tsuneo Kobayashi. DVD special features include Episode 0: Intermission (recap/preview episode), textless opening and closing, Japanese commercials, and Nozomi Entertainment trailers.

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  • Actors: Yumi Toma, Tokoyushi Kawashima, Taeko Nakanishi, Yuji Ueda, Mantaro Iwao
  • Directors: Yuki Hayashi, Tsuneo Kobayashi, Tetsuji Nakamura, Nanako Shimazaki
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
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  • Studio: RIGHT STUF
  • DVD Release Date: April 2, 2013
  • Run Time: 325 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00B04KV6I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #125,864 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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It's such a shame how relatively unknown this series is. Granted, it does not appeal to everyone, as it is a very subtle and quiet series. The genre is historical romance set in Victorian England. It's a beautiful series, the animation is top notch...the Japanese voice actors were wonderful and suited to their roles. However, I only wish they dubbed it as well...I would've loved to hear it in English since the story is set in England after all.
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By Sabre on January 12, 2016
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The sequel to Emma in the first and takes place right where the first one left off is all I can say. Very deep story since it's anime. Also I forgot to mention in the first review of Emma Season 1 and for the 2 is there's no English Dub so be prepared for lots of reading. Though if your an Anime fan or had experience handling anime this is expected and you won't have any trouble with this series.
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In Season Two we see Emma and William living apart in two households which, when you come down to it, are both upper crust but have different views on class, money, power, and their places in the universe. As one review pointed out this is a very subtle and quiet anime and many people may not enjoy it or even watch it because it just isn't their thing. Like the first DVD set this one has a extra in the form of a book with few extras within the DVDs themselves. It is, also, like the first DVDs subtitled. It WOULD have been nice to hear English voices but I don't mind that much. On the other hand, would have been nice to hear the German accent of the Molders maybe?
Like the first series the plot is realistic and the characters very solid, very aware of their place. They are characters of their time and don't pretend to have 21st Century values in a 19th Century world. And I still want to kick William in the butt - he is such a good character that he REALLY generates a emotional response from me. Mostly the need to smack him around.
And the character of Monica felt off. The Campbell family came off as so proper and aware of their image...yet they allow the oldest girl to dress and act like that?!?!? Funny thing is I was starting to feel sorry for the Campbell family till...well, that be spoilers. I guess the Japanese needed a villain for the piece. I think it would have been better off if they left out the Bad Guy and let the lovers have to deal with the real problem - deciding if their love was important enough to break away from their class, their culture, and their society. Would they be strong enough to believe in themselves? Sad to say, we will never really know. The ending was not as realistic as I would have hoped and did leave some loose ends.
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This second set of Emma begins with a textbook example of how to do a recap episode, as Vivian's reading of Romeo and Juliet prompts Hakim to coyly recount to the audience what's happened so far in the grand fashion of a Shakespearean prologue. As it ends with him proclaiming that the "Second Act" is about to begin, we're off with the continuing story of Emma and William.

As it begins, Mrs. Stowner's sad but natural passing has left Hakim - who isn't going to be in England forever - as the only remaining champion of Emma and William's relationship. Emma is, fortunately, not out on the streets, as she's quickly employed by mischievous, unconventional German expatriate Dorothea Molders - the woman she met at the train station at the end of the last set - who turns out to be a wonderful employer. Meanwhile, to Hakim's disappointment and dismay, William proposes to Eleanor in an attempt to please his father and forget Emma.

Of course, this is a romance, so an outrageous coincidence throws Emma and William together again and William realizes his terrible mistake. But by that time Emma has started spending time with Mrs. Molders' gruff but kind handyman Hans, with whom she has alot in common - and if William humiliates Eleanor and the Campbell family by breaking the engagement at a late stage, it might ruin his father's business, his brothers' employment prospects, and his sisters' marriage prospects all in one shot, in addition to profoundly hurting Eleanor, who he doesn't love but considers a friend...

Can William convince Emma that they can defy convention, as well as convince his family that she is worth the financial downsizing they might all face if he leaves Eleanor for Emma?
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Emma, is a young maid in 19th-century London. She's honest, hard-working, and sincere. She lives her life happily, never wanting more than she has. That is until she meets the kind and warm William, a member of the gentry and the oldest son of a wealthy family. They instantly fall for one another. But they live in different social classes making it difficult for them to be together. Many people try to tear them apart. Is their love strong enough to make it through life's obstacles?

I found this show (both seasons) to be a bit dull and slow-paced, which made it boring at times. Plus, there was some nudity in this show that seemed really out of place, tacky, and unnecessary. However it does have it's good points. My favorite character is the carefree, eccentric prince from India, because he is the most interesting and he livens up the story. His silent servants are quite funny too. There are some scenes that are more exciting and progress the story along nicely that I enjoyed. I'm glad I watched it once, but there won't be a second time. (24 episodes, 12 episodes a season/Japanese Language with English Subtitles)
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