The Mystical Laws (movie)

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©2012 IRH Press

Alternative title:
As Leis Místicas (Portuguese)
Shinpi no Hō (Japanese)
神秘の法 (Japanese)
神秘之法 (Chinese (Taiwan))
Themes: religion
Plot Summary: The Godom Empire, a Nazi power, ruled by Tathagata Killer attempts to conquer the world with advanced technology the world has never seen. Meanwhile Sho Shishimaru, a doctor working for an international charity, is also a member of a behind the scenes organization called “Hermes’ Wings” that resists the Empire. He is gifted with occasional psychic visions of the future which eventually alert him that Japan will be taken over by Godom. After being saved by Buddhist monks during an attack he is informed that they believe he is the reincarnation of Buddha and the Savior; the light of hope. He is tasked with saving earth and humanity from sure doom along with helping hands from fellow humans, spirits, and even aliens.
Vintage: 2012-08-26
Premiere date:
2012-10-05 (Taiwan)
2012-10-06 (Japan)
2013-05-06 (Brazil)
Mystical Laws, The (Feb 21, 2013)
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Japanese staff
Japanese companies
Director: Isamu Imakake
Original creator: Ryuho Okawa
Art Director: Masaaki Kawaguchi
Chief Animation Director:
Hideaki Shimada
Masami Suda
Taka Sato
Japanese cast
Takehito Koyasu as Shō Shishimaru

Ayumi Fujimura as Leika Chan
Daisuke Hirakawa as Tatha Gata Killer
Ryoka Yuzuki as Konohana-no-Sakuya-Bime

Ako Mayama as Conservative politician
Banjou Ginga as Theta's father
Hiroshi Tsuchida as Urano
Hiroshi Yanaka as General
Miki Itou as School teacher
Satsuki Yukino as Julia
Shinichiro Miki as Yuchika
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Dubbing Director: Wendel Bezerra
Rodrigo Araújo as Shō Shishimaru

Marco Antonio Abreu as Tatha Gatha-Killer
Raquel Marinho as Leika Chan

Luciana Baroli as School Teacher

Portuguese companies
Dubbing Studio: Unidub

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