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You'll like this film if you enjoy: *Really bad animation. *Really bad scripts. *Naziesque films about ubermensch heroes. *Films set in 'exotic' locations, like Europe. *Feudal societies at inappropriate points of technological development. *Films where the environmentalists are evil. *Films where woman are stupid and/or scantily clad, or absent. *The sound effects from the film Aliens. *Robotic swans. Which in honesty was kinda cool. But not worth the time to watch it.
I got this film for free at London Anime Allnighter 2008. One of those films the retails know they can never sell. And still I think I got the bad end of the deal.
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