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This is not a great anime by any measure, but it is funny enough to lighten your day. Lina Inverse and her friend Naga reach a kingdom besieged by dragons led by a fearsome princess. Or is it? When the sorceresses, driven by their insatiable greed for gold, decide to play both sides of the conflict, a darker plot unravels. Or does it?
Enough riddles. Just watch the film, it is only one hour long, and enjoy. The English voice-over used Scottish accents for the royal family, which was appropriate, I guess, since they had red hair, but it also added an extra layer of funny. The dragons were ridiculous, which was the point after all, and the entire plot hilarious.
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