Onmyoji (live-action movie)

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[ related to Onmyoji (manga) ]

Related anime:
    Onmyoji II (live-action movie) (sequel)

Alternative title:
The Yin-Yang Master 
陰陽師 (Japanese) 
Genres: supernatural 
Themes: historical 
Objectionable content: Intense 
Plot Summary: It is the Heian period in Japan, and Abe no Seimei is a minor onmyoji in the emperor's court. The emperor has two main ministers, of the Left and of the Right. When the daughter of one of the ministers bears the emperor a son, named heir, the other minister becomes jealous, angry that his own daughter is not the bearer of the crown prince. Another onmyoji notices this and comes to the jealous minister ready to offer his services for a plot to get rid of the baby. Only one onmyoji is able to solve the mysteries surrounding the strange occurrences at court: Abe no Seimei, destined to be the greatest onmyoji of all times. 
Running time: 116 minutes 
Vintage: 2001-10-06
Premiere date:
2001-10-06 (Japan) 
2002-07-24 (Philippines - Limited Release) 
2003-04-18 (USA - Los Angeles, CA, and New York, NY) 
2003-11-05 (Italy - DVD) 
2004-03-04 (Australia - TV) 
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DVD (Region 1)
    Onmyoji (DVD) 2003-08-12 (from $6.00)
    Onmyoji I & II (DVD) 2004-11-02 (from $29.99)
    Onmyoji [Special Edition] (DVD) 2003-08-12 (from $10.00)
Universal Media Disc
    Onmyoji (UMD) 2006-04-11 (from $3.00)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Yojiro Takita 
Original Novel: Baku Yumemakura 
Director of Photography: Naoki Kayano 
Executive producer: Banjiro Uemura 
Design: Yoshitaka Amano 
Lighting: Tatsuya Osada 
Production Design: Kyoko Heya 
Special Effects: Katsuro Onoue 
Hideaki Ito as Minamoto no Hiromasa 
Mansai Nomura as Abe no Seimei 

Eriko Imai as Mitsumushi 
Hiroyuki Sanada as Doson 
Kyoko Koizumi as Lady Aone 
Yui Natsukawa as Sukehime(Princess of the Moon) 

Akira Emoto as Fujiwara no Motokata 
Hitomi Tachihara as Ayako 
Hoka Kinoshita as Emperor Kanmu 
Ittoku Kishibe as Emperor 
Kenichi Ishii as Fujiwara no Kaneie 
Kenichi Yajima as Fujiwara no Morosuke 
Kenji Yamaki as Tachibana no Ukon 
Kenjiro Ishimaru as Head of Onmyoji 
Mai Hosho as Ghost Woman 
Masato Hagiwara as Imperial Prince Sawara Shinno 
Sakiko Kokubu as Toko 
Shiro Shimomoto as Onono Kiyomaro 
Yukijiro Hotaru as Minamoto no Tadamasa 
Japanese companies
English staff
English cast
ADR Director: Richard Epcar 
Translation: Yurika Dennis 
Executive producer:
Hideki 'Henry' Goto 
Yosuke Kobayashi 
Producer: Hiroe Tsukamoto 

ADR Editor: Gina Nuccio 
AVID Editor: Alex Agoston 
Re-Mixing Engineer: Thanos Kazakos 
Recording engineer: Chris Latham 
Script Adaptation: Richard Epcar 
Supervising Producer: Hideki 'Henry' Goto 
Brandon Jones as Minamoto no Hiromasa(voice over) 
Terry Roberts as Abe No Seimei(voice over) 

Abe Lasser as Fukiwara no Motokata(voice over) 
Bob Pappenbrook as Tachibana no Ukon(voice over) 
Edward Zilla as Fujiwara no Morosuke(voice over) 
Helen Storm as Toko(voice over) 
Jim Taggert as Nagamasa(voice over) 
Kay Jensen as Aone(voice over) 
Mona Marshall as Suke Hime(voice over) 
Rafael Antonio as Prince Sawara(voice over) 
Simon Issacson as Mikada(voice over) 
Steve Kramer as Doson(voice over) 
English companies
ADR Production: Media Concepts 
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