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Labyrinth of Flames (2000)

Honô no rabirinsu (original title)
Galan is a college student addicted to Japanese samurai culture. He is thrilled when his friend Natsu offers him a real sword from her family's collection and invites him to visit her ... See full summary »

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Ken'ichi Kanemaki (scenario), Ken'ichi Kanemaki (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Kôichi Tôchika Kôichi Tôchika ... Galan
Yûki Masuda ... Natsu
Shôzô Îzuka Shôzô Îzuka ... Shigemitsu
Yuriko Sasaki Yuriko Sasaki ... Kasumi
Mami Kanatsuki Mami Kanatsuki ... Carrie
Yukari Tamura Yukari Tamura ... Kasumi
Susumu Chiba ... Datenoshin (voice)
Ruri Asano Ruri Asano ... Nastassja
Shinja Nakae Shinja Nakae ... Narrator
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jessica Calvello ... Natsu (voice)
Shannon Conley ... Carrie (voice) (as Sonny Dey)
Carol Jacobanis ... Shinka (voice)
Kip Kaplan ... (voice) (as Barry Banner)
Ross Lefko Ross Lefko ... Narration (voice)
David Logan Rankin ... Shigemitsu (voice) (as Tristan Goddard)
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Galan is a college student addicted to Japanese samurai culture. He is thrilled when his friend Natsu offers him a real sword from her family's collection and invites him to visit her hometown and check the rest of the collection. What he doesn't know is that the sword is a bethrodal gift and he is going for a different adventure than he expects... Written by PedroXmas

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Animation | Fantasy

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

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(2 episodes)

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Stereo

Color:

Color
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not a very good effort from director Katsuhiko Nishijima
24 February 2003 | by gjhongSee all my reviews

You may have seen his Project A-ko video from 1986 and have fond memories of that series. Lately director Katsuhiko Nishijima's efforts haven't been very good. I guess these days his trademark is showing leggy women in micro-mini-skirts. This results in a lot of "underwear" scenes. You've probably seen that in his series Agent Aika. This happens again in Labyrinth of Flames. It seems silly to me and I feel like shouting "dress sensibly would you!" to the onscreen characters. This story is about a ninja-wannabe and is pretty forgettable. Be warned that the director sticks to this underwear angle again in his latest effort "Blitz Tactics Najica".


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