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Shinpi no hô (2012)

When the earth and humankind are in danger, you will learn about the mystical laws that rule the world you live in

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Banjô Ginga ...
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Ken'yû Horiuchi ...
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Takehito Koyasu ...
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Rin Mizuhara ...
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Hiroshi Tsuchida ...
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When the earth and humankind are in danger, you will learn about the mystical laws that rule the world you live in

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Religious Anime
31 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

It's obvious from the title that this would be religious; at least I knew it would be. That being said if you know that you are watching a religious movie it shouldn't be a surprise. If you go in thinking you are watching Spirited Away or Bleach or something like that then you are going to be disappointed. It does become a bit preachy towards the end. Clearly made by Happy Science a religious cult as their symbol is everywhere in the movie. And their beliefs are touted throughout. I'm just puzzled as to why they choose to make a cartoon to promote their beliefs. Maybe Anime is more important in Japan than they are in America. Anyway, it's not that bad for a religious cartoon.


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