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Urusei Yatsura 4: Ramu za fôebâ (1986)

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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 ... See full summary »

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Title: Urusei Yatsura 4: Ramu za fôebâ (1986)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Fumi Hirano ...
Lum (voice)
Toshio Furukawa ...
Ataru (voice)
Akira Kamiya ...
Mendou (voice)
Kazuko Sugiyama ...
Ten (voice)
Saeko Shimazu ...
Shinobu (voice)
Shigeru Chiba ...
Megane (voice)
Shinji Nomura ...
Kakugari (voice)
Akira Murayama ...
Perm (voice)
Issei Futamata ...
Chibi (voice)
Kazue Komiya ...
Ran (voice)
Tomomichi Nishimura ...
Principal (voice)
Michihiro Ikemizu ...
Natsumi Sakuma ...
Ataru's Mother (voice)
Ken'ichi Ogata ...
Ataru's Father (voice)
Bin Shimada ...
Ton (voice)
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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 Akira (akira625@comcast.net)

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22 February 1986 (Japan)  »

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The song Mendou sings during his conversation with Tobimaro (Ton-chan) is a traditional Japanese song called "Furusato". See more »

Quotes

[the frozen dreams collapse, Lum returns, and Ataru approaches her]
Shinobu: And from now on, the days repeat on and on as usual, right?
Sakura: No, not necessarily.
Shinobu: Huh?
Sakura: 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.
Mendou: That means...
Sakura: Uh-huh, no one knows what lies ahead of us.
Megane: 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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Crazy Credits

The end credits feature pictures of characters from the "UY" series and movies. The final scene shows those who appeared at the end of the movie in a group picture. See more »

Connections

Followed by Urusei Yatsura 6: Itsudatte, mai dârin (1991) See more »

Soundtracks

Melancholy no Kiseki (The Miracle of Melancholy)
Performed by Kayoko Matsunaga
Lyrics by Giniro Natsuo
Music by Kôji Tamaki
Arranged by Masaaki Oomura
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the weirdest of the six
22 February 2001 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

ok, this one confused me more than any other anime, even kite. for example, i didn't know lum could talk to birds. in the beginning, things are going good, makin a movie, shoppin, a nice false front (big trouble in little china is where i got the line), but then, there are the birds, the losing of the powers, the strange voices, the dreams, and the entities. let's just say, you'll need a deep psychological and philisophical understanding to watch this one. overall, its ok, but you'll have to watch it five or six times to grasp it.


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