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R. Ishinomori 0. Shotaro Ishinomori.
/ 010 驚異の1: 幕の内 (けわいのうちわ. 009-1: The End of the Beginning. Shinkai Makoto シネマコ: Shinkai Makoto 寿美和希, Hironori Goto 常沢俊之, Jun Azumi イケホーフォース, Yasuhiro Kato 佐藤育, Naoto Takenaka 林根忠, Kōji Ishii 壱江健治.
Chapter List; Chapter title; Chapter description; Publication date; Japan release date; Original year; Original manga year; Publisher. Nationalities; Tokyo Movie Shinsha; January 15, 2013. Release date: January 15, 2013; Movie Type: Live Action; Price: JPY 3,500. Story: 009-1: The End of the Beginning: The Movie. The summary is a little patchy and it’s great to read the original source material (manga, after all), but I still found the story alluring, and the English summary is quite good. The original manga went on to be a huge success, with over 28 volumes total when it was complete, and counting. The first movie was a box office success, grossing ¥. The only downside, besides the awful English-language summary, is the fact that it is hard to watch the whole movie online. But, hey, at least you can read the summary and the chapter list. It’s great to see it making the jump to the big screen!
9-1: The End of the Beginning 2K16 Blu-ray | Official Trailer #2 | Paramount Pictures.
The only downside, besides the awful English-language summary, is the fact that it is hard to watch the whole movie online. But, hey, at least you can read the summary and the chapter list. It’s great to see it making the jump to the big screen!
“This film goes a long way to revive Japan’s live-action movie industry, and I hope it will continue to grow.” – Yanosuke Onoe, Chief Director,. Directed by
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Halfway through the premiere of 9-1: End of the Beginning tonight — which was largely, refreshingly, unwatched — I had a moment of inspiration. What if “this whole thing” was, you know, my whole life? What if all the people I’ve met, and the women, and my parents, and the vast expanse of possibilities that could’ve happened to me, and the friends, and the problems, and everything, were actually just my life?
This is a silly thought for a number of reasons. Let’s start with the fact that I am, for all intents and purposes, very happy, physically and otherwise. While it’s true I’m not an overly nice person, or even a particularly pleasant one, I’ve got a decent family life, an excellent set of friends, a rewarding career, a gentle dog, and all of my limbs. I’ve never been in a dangerous situation, I’ve never been shot or stabbed or strangled or otherwise killed, I’ve never lived through a natural disaster, been in a house fire or a car accident, been a victim of gender/sexual/racism/transphobia, or otherwise suffered terrible victimization, and I’ve never been crippled or otherwise bedridden. I’ve experienced joy, sadness, anger, fear, stress, paranoia, and a host of other emotions. And I’ve loved, and lost, and found, and lost again. And I’ve learned, and continued to learn, more and more about myself over the years.
And all of those things are so much larger and more meaningful than this. It’s not my life that’s special, or even my own personal experience; rather, my life is merely one tiny life on a planet where billions of others live and die, and play out the same patterns and dynamics of life, joy, happiness, sadness, anger, love, loss, trauma, achievement, friendship, and a host of other things.
And even my particular life, the one I’m currently living, is not remarkable or peculiar or unique or special. I could be in the exact same place as I am right now if I were transferred into a machine body as a kid, traveled the world for 30 years, and then