The movie ``Jin-Roh'' is about those in society who are predators among prey. But these ``beasts'' never bother to change their shape; like Red Riding Hood's wolf, they merely drape themselves with human clothes that do not even disguise the eyes, teeth and claws of a killer. Society rightly fears them. In ``Jin-Roh,'' the Capital Police are themselves hunted -- marked for elimination as a force by their own government, and by a public eager to forget the past.
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