Mendou invites Ataru & Co. to his estate for a viewing of a large, aging cherry tree named "Tarozakura", which is to be featured in an independent film which happens to be financed by Mendou, directed by Megane, and starring Lum. During filming, Ataru cuts down Tarozakura as called for in the script, but the downed tree starts foaming and disintegrates. Afterwards, bizarre incidents occur all over Tomobiki, a mountain emerges out of the ground, spring gives way to winter, Sakura's ghostly friends disappear, Lum begins losing her powers, and Lum's friends begin acting as though she doesn't exist. Written by
22 February 1986 (Japan)
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Also Known As:
Urusei Yatsura 4: Ramu za fôebâ
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Aspect Ratio: 1.38 : 1
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Did You Know?
The movie was released around the same time the TV series ended. The series producers had intended to make more movies, but Takahashi so hated this movie that she refused to sign off on any more movies. The next movie was a direct adaption of the final manga story, and the sixth movie was a tenth anniversary story that was made by a completely different team. See more
[the frozen dreams collapse, Lum returns, and Ataru approaches her
And from now on, the days repeat on and on as usual, right?
No, not necessarily.
Even if the days go around, in a path of endlessly nearly concentric circles, as a whole, they should ultimately lead us to a new place.
Uh-huh, no one knows what lies ahead of us.
How naive of me to approve of you and Lum, even for a moment. "Mistakes must be corrected at once." DIE ATARU!
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The opening credits show Lum jogging. See more
Melancholy no Kiseki (The Miracle of Melancholy)
Performed by Kayoko Matsunaga
Lyrics by Giniro Natsuo
Music by Kôji Tamaki
Arranged by Masaaki Oomura See more