After word of Mireille's arrival at the manor has reached her, Althena is ready to commence with the Grand Retour and begins the final stage of her plans that will determine the 'True Noir'. But in ...
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Noir is a tale of assassins, in particular one named Mireille Bouquet, a contract killer who receives a message from a young girl with no memory about herself, but is an incredibly efficient killing machine. The story takes us on a pilgrimage to the pasts of both girls, which leads them to Paris, France, and someone is trying to stop them... Written by
ADR Director for the English version Matt Greenfield casted his wife Tiffany Grant for the role of Altena after hearing her talking in her sleep about "putting a body on the table." See more »
On a few occasions, when Mireille reads something, she reads from left to right. But when Kirika reads the same thing, she reads from right to left - even when it is shown that the text she's reading is in western writing. See more »
This show is great. Every Anime fan should have this in his/her repertoire. But please, they could have skipped Mirellies flashback scenes, they very annoying when they pop up now and then. Other than that, I have to say: Just watch it!!!
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