Short Peace (2013)

Short Peace (2013)

Kôichi YamaderaAoi YûkiTakeshi KusaoSaori Hayami
Hiroaki Andô,Hajime Katoki,2 more credits


Short Peace (2013) is a Japanese movie. Hiroaki Andô,Hajime Katoki,2 more credits has directed this movie. Kôichi Yamadera,Aoi Yûki,Takeshi Kusao,Saori Hayami are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2013. Short Peace (2013) is considered one of the best Animation,Fantasy,Sci-Fi movie in India and around the world.

A traveler is confronted by spirits in an abandoned shrine; a story of honor and firefighting in ancient Japan; a white bear defends the royal family from a monstrous red demon; ragtag soldiers battle a robotic force in futuristic Japan.

Short Peace (2013) Reviews

  • Enjoyable Japanese Anime, with some outstanding elements


    Recently saw this film in Tulsa. I highly recommend it. It contains 4 short films, and here are my favorites in order: 1. A Farewell to Arms. I thought this film, which was the last one in the series, was the most enjoyable, having the most completely fleshed-out storyline and the most engaging characters. The artwork and soundtrack were outstanding, and it contains a strong message about war and how humans really can't control their own violent creations, no matter how hard we may try to do so. Don't want to say much more than that - it's a minor miracle of a masterpiece from the great master Otomo. 2. Possessions. I also saw this when I caught the Oscar nominated short films for animation, and this one is a real gem. Colorful, humorous, with a wonderful message about usefulness and creativity. This one gets the prize for the most adorable animated frog of all time, short of Kermit (which was a puppet anyway.) 3. Combustable: The artwork on this short was outstanding, done in a very traditional style, as if you were watching an animated film through the lens of an traditional Japanese scroll or painting. The story was enjoyable, and was actually enlightening to see how traditional Japanese fire-fighting was conducted. Amazing story with a tragic ending, Possessions just barely edges this one out, I think. 4. Gambo. This one was my least favorite for some reason. While the artwork was wonderful, I kept feeling like I was missing something from the story. I realize that these are short films and you can't give much back story - or maybe none at all - but I had the feeling I didn't really understand some of what was going on between the characters. Perhaps if I were more familiar with traditional Japanese mythology I would have understood it more, so the shortcoming was probably entirely mine. If you can see this film, please do so! Really hope that it comes out on DVD / Blueray some day, as I will definitely be purchasing it.

  • Not another mindless Nairuto (20000) copy


    It is good ... So imaginary, many new concepts no remakes. Nairuto was a bad new style anime from the 20000's with some kids and an dragon ball... bad live scenes, slow paced etc... And then? What old? An Dragon Ball romance? For what? Bleach, Nairuto, One Peace 1 too many? Not enough for the expensive non-remakes. Everybody has a bad idea in Japan? Or they just walk for the nothing? Dragon Ball for adult-s. Ratid R romance like watching cartoons no cereal! This film not for 10-13 day young hipster gals and pals. Everything else, much tension, much terror, much blood, many funny deaths. So much, but a film for the strong generation, who know how best, bloody, brutal and furry was the 20000's romance!


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