Casshern (live-action movie)

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[ remake of Casshan (TV) ]

Alternative title:
Casshern : The Last Day on Earth
Kyashan: La Rinascita (Italian)
Кащерн (Russian)
Легион (Russian)
كاشيرن (Arabic)
キャシャーン (Japanese)
Themes: mecha
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: Fifty years of war between the Great Eastern Federation and Europa - now merged as Eurasia - have taken their toll on planet Earth. As a result of the use of biological, chemical and nuclear weapons, much of Earth has become uninhabitable and people have become prey to new diseases. Professor Azuma's "neo-cell" project, which is supposed to be the answer to mankinds hardships, becomes a nightmare come true when mutants spawned from the experiment escape and declare war on the human race. Azuma's son Tetsuya, who was killed during the previous war, is reborn into the cyborg Casshern as mankind's last hope against the new mutant threat.
Running time: 141 minutes
Production cost: ¥5,000,000,000 (estimated)
Vintage:
2004-04-24
2006-01-13 (the Netherlands)
Premiere date:
2004-04-24 (Japan)
2006-07-14 (Italy)
Ending Theme:
"Dareka no negai ga kanau koro" by Hikaru Utada
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DVD (Region 1)
    Casshern (Sub.DVD) 2013-09-24 (from $4.23)
    Casshern [Director's Cut] (Sub.DVD) 2007-10-16 (from $18.08)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Kazuaki Kiriya
Music: Shiro Sagisu
Original creator: Tatsuo Yoshida
Director of Photography: Kazuaki Kiriya
CG Supervisor: Haruhiko Shono (GADGET)
Costume Design: Michiko Kitamura
Production Design: Yuji Hayashida
Theme Song Composition: Hikaru Utada
Theme Song Performance:
Hikaru Utada
The Back Horn ("Requiem" Insert Song)
Visual Effects Supervision: Toshiyuki Kimura
Kumiko Asou as Luna
Yusuke Iseya as Tetsuya Azuma / Casshern

Akira Terao as Kotaro Azuma
Hideji Otaki as General Kamijo
Hidetoshi Nishijima as Lieutenant Colonel Kamijo
Hiroyuki Miyasako as Akubon
Jun Kaname as Barashin
Kanako Higuchi as Midori Azuma
Mayumi Sada as Sagure
Mitsuhiro Oikawa as Kaoru Naito
Tatsuya Mihashi as Dr. Furoi
Toshiaki Karasawa as Brayking Boss

Ei Morisako as Luna(young)
Fumiyo Kohinata as Professor Kozuki
Goro Naya as Narrator
Ryo as Ikegami
Susumu Terajima as Sakamoto
Tetsuji Tamayama as Sekiguchi

Japanese companies
Music Production: Toshiba EMI
English staff
English companies
(none)
Distributor: Dreamworks
Licensed by: Go Fish Pictures
English cast
(none)
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
ADR Director: Juan Logar Jr. (Spain dub)
Translation: Roberto González (Spain dub)
ADR Script: Juan Logar Jr. (Spain dub)
Juan Logar Jr. as Tetsuya Azuma / Casshern(Spain dub)
Mar Bordallo as Luna Kozuki(Spain dub)

Fernando De Luis as Dr. Kozuki(Spain dub)
Spanish companies
(none)
German cast
German staff
(none)
Arianne Borbach as Midori Azuma
Friedrich Georg Beckhaus as Dr. Furokai
Hasso Zorn as Führer Kamijo
Julien Haggege as Lieutenant Colonel Kamijo
Magdalena Turba as Luna Kozuki
Ozan Ünal as Barashin
Peter Flechtner as Burai
Robin Kahnmeyer as Casshern/Tetsuya Azuma
Roland Hemmo as Dr. Kotaro Azuma
Sebastian Schulz as Kaoru Naito
Stefan Gossler as Dr. Kozuki
German companies
Distributor: WVG Medien GmbH
Arabic staff
Arabic cast
(none)
Ziad Rifai as Tetsuya Azuma / Casshern
Arabic companies
Broadcaster: space power
Dutch staff
Dutch companies
(none)
Broadcaster: MTV Netherlands
Distributor: Asiamania
Dutch cast
(none)
Polish staff
Polish companies
(none)
Polish cast
(none)
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