Silver Spoon Season 2 DVD

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About Silver Spoon Season 2 DVD

This Silver Spoon complete 2nd season set contains episodes 1-11.

The second trimester begins at Ezono as Hokkaido's fall quickly kicks in. Hachiken is as busy as ever, taking over the position of vice president of the equestrian club, adopting a puppy, competing in his first equestrian event, and being in charge of many activities for Ezono's school festival.

Even though the usual school life is carried out and they dream of their futures like any other teenager, Hachiken and his friends are forced to confront the harsh realities of agricultural businesses such as financial struggles and successor issues. Hachiken tries his best to support his peers, which ultimately leads him to face and overcome his own problems with his family.

Special Features: Textless Opening, Textless Ending, Commercials.

Spoken Languages: Japanese, English subtitles.

Due to licensing and contract restrictions, this product can be sold and shipped to the US, Canada, Central America, and South America only. This product cannot be shipped to Japan. All sales are final. It may be returned for an exchange if defective, but unfortunately we are unable to offer refunds.

Details

  • Publisher: ANIPLEX OF AMERICA
  • Media: DVD
  • Spoken Language: Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama
  • Themes: School Life, Slice of Life
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Run Time: 275
  • Release Date: 12/16/2014
  • Weight: 0.5

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A bit less farming in Season 2.

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Maybe not QUITE as brilliant as Season 1, Episode 2 is still well worth seeing. More time is spent on equestrian pursuits, Komaba's baseball exploits, and Hachiken's and Mikage's family troubles, but there is still plenty of farming action, as the students make cheese, help with birthing calves and come face to face with the heartbreaking realities of farm life.