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i need help finding an english script for the movie "ghost in the shell 2.0" not innocence.

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why do you need help ??? are you trying to write a new movie??
no i want some of the dialog
Watch the movie and take notes. Besides, I doubt the script's ever been transcribed to English.

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Better getting it on DVD or Blu-Ray and take notes. For what I know, depending on the output format - if it's on a DVD or if it will be transmitted on TV -, the translations aren't always the same. And, since it's a Japanese movie, I'm not sure if you'll be able to find an oficial script translated to English. So... yes. The best is getting the movie and taking notes.

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