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  • An evil warlord invades a peaceful lakeside village during one of their annual festivals. In the course of burning down buildings, executing helpless civilians and generally looting and pillaging, the warlord's men blow up the statue of the village god and sink the pieces deep in the lake. Everything looks hopeless for the people of the village until a strange force from beneath the water's surface begins pulling enemy soldiers to their deaths. Has the local come back for its revenge?

  • In a mountainous region of Japan, Lord Arakawa kidnaps the men of nearby villages to use as slave labor, producing gunpowder from his sulfur pits. A band of young boys decide to rescue their enslaved fathers on their own.


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  • In a mountainous region of Japan, Lord Arakawa kidnaps the men of nearby villages to use as slave labor, producing gunpowder from his sulfur pits. A band of young boys decide to rescue their enslaved fathers on their own. But with the roads guarded by Arakawa's forces, the only option is a cross-country route across the snowy peaks of Daimajin's mountain. Risking all, their efforts are observed by Daimajin's messenger, a great hawk. their courage inspires the adults of their village to rise up against Arakawa's forces. The boys find their greatest ally in Daimajin, who bring his ancient power to bear against a new weapon, the rifle.

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