Animania: The Documentary (2007)

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Japanese anime is the biggest thing to come out of the East since Godzilla. It's featured on clothing, television, video games and for some, has become a way of life. With the introduction ... See full summary »

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Felice Gorica

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Felice Gorica

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Japanese anime is the biggest thing to come out of the East since Godzilla. It's featured on clothing, television, video games and for some, has become a way of life. With the introduction of popular anime series as Pokemon and Sailor Moon, some anime fans have taken their infatuation to the extreme. They spend hours reading comic books, playing video games, making character costumes, and even attending anime conferences. Animania examines the why's and how's of the teen obsession with anime and what it means for the future of pop culture. Written by Gorica Productions

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26 July 2007 (Canada) See more »

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Anime Uncovered See more »

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