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When Aliens conquer earth and enslave the human race, all hope for freedom is abandoned. But one man will not give up. Captain Harlock, A brave space pilot, leads the resistance and vows to... See full summary »
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After a drawn-out, viciously-fought war, the earth has been conquered by the alien Illumidus Empire. Harlock, a captain in earth's fleet, crashes his ship to prevent the Illumidus from using it, and flat-out refuses to join them. With the help of his allies, Tochiro and the space pirate Emereldas, and his lover Miya, he wages a private and bitter war against the Illumidus. Written by
Michael Toole <firstname.lastname@example.org>
the Arcadia ship was coloured blue and constructed on planet Heavy Meldar; in this film it was constructed on Earth and colored green
Zoll of Tokarga made a guest appearance in the series (Episode 21), but had an alien appearance rather than a humanoid appearance.
in the series (Episodes 30 and 31), Harlock and Tochiro are seen as childhood friends, and would meet Emeraldas later; in the film Harlock has Emeraldas as an old friend, and he later meets Tochiro for the first time.
[During World War I, a pilot is seen flying a biplane through a mountain range amidst a fierce thunderstorm]
Phantom F. Harlock I:
My name is Phantom F. Harlock. At that time, I was flying amidst rolling thunder from Port Moresby, traversing New Guinea, heading for Rabaul, on New Britain Island. As an aerial explorer, conquering the sky throughout the world was the dream upon which I staked my life. It was the Owen Stanley Mountains that stood in my way; its highest peak was 5030 metres, the mountain ...
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There is a statement at the end of the closing credits: "I live in freedom under my flag." See more »
As a big fan of the original Harlock television series I got this film with big expectations. It's good, dark anime that has a few confusing moments. My real problem is the departure from the storyline established in the series. It makes the film a little incoherent if you remember the show.
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