Mushishi (live-action movie)

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[ adapted from Mushishi (manga) ]

Alternative title:
Bugmaster 
蟲師 (Japanese) 
Genres: drama , fantasy , mystery , supernatural 
Themes: historical 
Plot Summary: Mushi are ethereal organisms comprised of and related to the source of all life. Their very existence is enough to spur on supernatural phenomena. Ginko is a Mushi-shi, one who investigates and counteracts the ill-effects of mushi encounters/infestations. As Ginko wanders from town to town learning more of the Mushi and helping those in his wake; we learn of the fate that brought him into his present circumstances. 
Running time: 131 minutes 
Vintage: 2006-09-08
Premiere date:
2006-09-08 (Italy - 63rd Venice Film Festival) 
2007-03-24 (Japan) 
2007-07-24 (Germany, 21st Fantasy Film Festival) 
Release dates: We have 1
Official website:
Mushishi (Japanese) 
Links: We have 1
Trivia: We have 1
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DVD (Region 1)
    Mushishi (DVD) 2009-08-25 (from $4.94)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Katsuhiro Otomo 
Screenplay: Sadayuki Murai 
Music: Kuniaki Haishima 
Original creator: Yuki Urushibara 
Executive producer: Sunmin Park 
Producer: Satoru Ogura 

Cinematography: Takahide Shibanushi 
Editing: Soichi Ueno 
Production Design: Noriyushi Ikeya 
Sound: Yoshiya Obara 
Jo Odagiri as Ginko 

Baku Numata as Nui's Husband 
Hideyuki Inada as Yoki 
Lily as Inn Owner 
Makiko Esumi as Nui 
Makiko Kuno as Maho's Mother 
Nao Omori as Nijirou 
Reia Moriyama as Maho 
Reisen Ri as Tanyu's Nanny 
Yuu Aoi as Tanyu 
Japanese companies
Production: Ogura Jimusyo Inc. 
English staff
English cast
(none)
Travis Willingham as Ginko 

Aaron Dismuke as Yoki; Young Ginko 
Alison Viktorin as Maho 
Jennifer Seman as Nui 
Juli Erickson as Tama 
Mike McFarland as Koro 
Stephanie Sheh as Tanyu 

Todd Haberkorn as Inagu 

English companies
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