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Redline -- An action drama centered on a deadly racing tournament held every five years and the reckless dare-devil driver who wants to win it.
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Director:
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Katsuhito Ishii (original story)
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Release Date:
9 October 2010 (Japan) See more »
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Plot:
A story about the most popular racing event in the galaxy, the Redline, and the various racers who compete in it. | Add synopsis »
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Awards:
1 win & 2 nominations See more »
NewsDesk:
(33 articles)
Top 10: Best Racing Films
 (From Blogomatic3000. 13 February 2013, 2:37 PM, PST)

"Redline" Races On 'Roboworld'
 (From SneakPeek. 19 January 2012, 8:34 AM, PST)

Blu-ray Giveaway: Redline & First Squad Anime Combo Packs
 (From The Daily BLAM!. 18 January 2012)

User Reviews:
A visual masterpiece, but also a great ride See more (23 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Takuya Kimura ... JP (voice)

Yû Aoi ... Sonoshee (voice)

Tadanobu Asano ... Frisbee (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Akemi ... (voice)
Mark Allen Jr. ... (voice: English version)
Takeshi Aono ... (voice)

JB Blanc ... Lynchman (voice: English version) (as John White)
Christine Marie Cabanos ... Child (voice: English version)
Doug Erholtz ... Titan (voice: English version)

Michael Forest ... Inuki (voice: English version) (as Alfred Thor)
Tatsuya Gashûin ... (voice)
Erika Harlacher ... Flight Attendant (voice: English version)

Kyle Hebert ... Big Deyzuna (voice: English version)
Ken'yû Horiuchi ... Titan (voice)
Kôji Ishii ... (voice)
Unshô Ishizuka ... (voice)
Steve Kramer ... Old Man Mole (voice: English version)
Lauren Landa ... Boiboi (voice: English version)
Raymond D. Lavallee ... Todoroki (voice: English version)
Wendee Lee ... Clerk (voice: English version)

David Lodge ... President (voice: English version)
Dave Mallow ... Announcer (voice: English version)

Michael McConnohie ... Tetsuzin (voice: English version)
Amanda Céline Miller ... Additional Voices
Cutter Mitchell ... Todoroki (voice: English version) (as Cutter Garcia)
Kenta Miyake ... (voice)
Yoshiyuki Morishita ... Shinkai (voice)
Joey Morris ... Trava (voice: English version)
Yûichi Nagashima ... (voice)

Liam O'Brien ... Frisbee
Yoshinori Okada ... (voice)
Tony Oliver ... Shinkai (voice: English version)
Laura Post ... Bosbos (voice: English version)
Jamieson Price ... Void Do (voice: English version)
Derek Stephen Prince ... Little Deyzuna (voice: English version)

Sam Riegel ... Miki (voice: English version)
David Roach ... Johnny Boya (voice: English version)
Michelle Ruff ... Sonoshee (voice: English version)
Patrick Seitz ... JP (voice: English version)
Victor Sgroi ... Reporter (voice: English version)

Christopher Corey Smith ... Bookie (voice: English version)
Paul St. Peter ... Gori Rider (voice: English version) (as George C. Cole)

Joe Thomas ... (voice)
Kanji Tsuda ... Trava (voice)
Jason Wishnov ... Additional Voices

Directed by
Takeshi Koike 
 
Writing credits
Katsuhito Ishii (original story)

Katsuhito Ishii (screenplay) &
Yoji Enokido (screenplay) &
Yoshiki Sakurai (screenplay)

Produced by
Masahiro Fukushima .... executive producer
Daisuke Kimura .... associate producer
Yukiko Koike .... producer
Kentarô Yoshida .... producer (as Kentaro Yoshida)
 
Original Music by
James Shimoji 
 
Sound Department
Katsuhito Ishii .... sound director
Justin Kohler .... recording engineer
Tsuneo Marui .... sound mixer
Noriyuki Sakamoto .... sound effects
Austin Shannon .... sound
Yoji Shimizu .... sound director
Ricardo Watson .... sound editor (english version)
 
Animation Department
Dong-wook Baek .... digital paint artist (as Baek Dong Wook)
Hee-kyoung Choi .... digital paint artist (as Choi Hee Kyoung)
Ki-Jeong Choi .... digital paint artist (as Choi Ki Jeong)
Young Sun Choi .... digital paint artist (as Choi Young Sun)
Kyung-Ai Chung .... digital paint artist (as Chung Kyung Ai)
Hye Ra Jung .... digital paint artist (as Jung Hye Ra)
Su Hyun Jung .... digital paint artist (as Jung Su Hyun)
Yoshiaki Kawajiri .... key animator
Jin-ah Kim .... digital paint artist (as Kim A Jin)
Min Ju Kim .... digital paint artist (as Kim Min Ju)
Seo Jung Kim .... digital paint artist (as Kim Seo Jung)
Kyoung Ran Ku .... digital paint artist (as Ku Kyoung Ran)
Jeong-eun Lee .... digital paint artist (as Lee Jeong Eun)
Nam Hee Lee .... digital paint artist (as Lee Nan Hee)
Hyo Sun Park .... digital paint artist (as Park Hyo Sun)
Jung Ah Park .... digital paint artist (as Park Jeong Ah)
Yun Hee Park .... digital paint artist (as Park Yun Hee)
Song-hee Seo .... digital paint artist (as Seo Sung Hee)
Hye Mi Shin .... digital paint artist (as Shin Hye Mi)
Jeong Ah Yim .... digital paint artist (as Yim Jeong Ah)
 
Editorial Department
Alexander Von David .... english adaptation (English version) (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Christine Marie Cabanos .... production assistant: English version
Masao Maruyama .... planning
Jonathan Meza .... additional voices
Alexander Von David .... voice director (as Alex Von David)
 

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Japan:102 min
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The film took seven years to be made and used 100,000 hand-made drawings.See more »
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President:Do they intend to violate our airspace using technology that only exists in theory?See more »

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9 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
A visual masterpiece, but also a great ride, 9 April 2014
Author: ModelOmega from Canada

Redline supposedly took 7 years and ~100,000 individual drawings to create, all hand-drawn, limited computer work, and it shows. It is without a doubt, the absolute no holds barred best visual achievement in 2-D animation ever, you could make a poster out of pretty much every individual frame of this movie. Aside from all that, it's a pretty standard plot about an underdog racer getting to compete in a big race, if you seen any movie like this you can probably guess every single thing that goes on in Redline. But it's the journey rather then the story that really gets you, Redline had memorable and likable characters, a gorgeous and original design, am amazing soundtrack and jaw-dropping racing, go see this if you haven't already.

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