Yobi, The Five Tailed Fox (DVD) (Single Disc) (Korea Version)

Yobi, The Five Tailed Fox (DVD) (Single Disc) (Korea Version)
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From the director of My Beautiful Girl Mari comes Yobi, The Five Tailed Fox, a beautiful animated fairy tale about a young fox spirit’s quest for love and humanity. It has been over four years since Lee Seong Kang made a splash with My Beautiful Girl Mari, winning the Grand Prix at the Annecy Animated Film Festival. Though Korea has a thriving animation industry thanks to plentiful outsource work from Japan and the US, the country itself has few representative pieces, oft-overshadowed by Japan’s giant anime output, and Lee’s debut opened a new page for Korean animation by garnering unprecedented international recognition. Lee’s highly anticipated second feature-length animated film, Yobi, The Five Tailed Fox (a.k.a. Cobby the Fox), continues the wistfully fanciful aesthetic and atmosphere of his previous work, employing a mix of traditional and 3-D animation, with backgrounds rendered in watercolor and a stirring score from New Age pianist Yang Bang Ean.

Yobi, The Five Tailed Fox revolves around a kumiho, a nine-tailed fox that can assume different forms including human. Kumiho are familiar figures in Korean folk tales, and they are usually depicted as magical creatures that take female form to lure and prey on humans. This time, however, our protagonist is a young, kind-hearted fox with only five tails, instead of nine. The film is written by renowned director Lee Chang Dong (Green Fish), and voiced by Son Ye Jin (April Snow), Gong Hyung Jin (Marrying the Mafia III), and Ryu Deok Hwan (Like a Virgin).

After losing her family to fox hunters, five-tailed Yobi (voiced by Son Ye Jin) lives in the forest with some shipwrecked aliens, far away from the humans. When one of her alien friends gets captured by a villager, Yobi has no choice but to adventure into the human world to rescue him. At the village, Yobi meets many humans, including Geum Yee (Ryu Deok Hwan) who studies at a school for maladjusted children. Interested in Geum Yee, Yobi joins the students and revels in the fun of human life, but both a fox hunter and a mysterious shadow man are on her trail..
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Space Battleship Yamato 2199 (Blu-ray) (Vol.1) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version)

Space Battleship Yamato 2199 (Blu-ray) (Vol.1) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version)
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The beloved Space Battleship Yamato anime series is back! Conceived and supervised by Izubuchi Yutaka (RahXephon), Space Battleship Yamato 2199 is an ambitious retelling of the original 1974 series co-produced by three major animation studios. While the story – about an adventure to the deep end of space to save humanity – is similar to the original, this new version integrates the latest in computer animation technology for its spectacular space battles and features a new opening sequence by Neon Genesis Evangelion creator Anno Hideaki. See Battleship Yamato as you’ve never seen before with Space Battleship Yamato 2199.

Volume one includes episodes one and two.

This edition includes audio commentary and the caption-less version of the opening sequence..
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Summer Days With Coo (DVD) (Taiwan Version)

Summer Days With Coo (DVD) (Taiwan Version)
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Nominated for Best Animated Picture at the Japan Academy Awards, Summer with Coo (a.k.a. Kappa No Coo To Natsuyasumi) is a mellow crowd-pleaser that appeals to all ages. Gently directed by Hara Keiichi, best known for his work on the Crayon Shin-chan and Doraemon TV series and films, Summer with Coo depicts the friendship between a boy and his pet kappa. A creature of Japanese folkore, the kappa is a river imp with a ravenous appetite and special powers; in its cuddly form, it’s often depicted as looking somewhere between a turtle and a frog, as in the case of this film. Five years in the making, Summer with Coo was met with great reviews and word of mouth for its realistic characters, strong themes, and heartwarming story.

Small-town boy Uehara Koichi finds a curious-looking stone at the riverbank one day and takes it home. After he washes off the stone, much to Koichi’s surprise, little arms and legs pop out, and then a green head. It turns out that Koichi has brought home a young kappa that has been dozing for 300 years. Koichi names the timid, mischievous creature Coo – after the first sound it makes – and the Ueharas happily welcome the kappa into their chaotic family. The best of friends, Koichi and Coo play away the summer days together, but as time passes, Coo becomes increasingly lonely and sad, a lone kappa in the human world. Koichi and Coo decide to go off on their own to a town in northern Japan where it’s said kappa still ply the rivers..
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