Casshern (2004) Japan
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Director:Kazuaki Kiriya
Writer:Kazuaki Kiriya, Dai Sato
Rating:6.3 (4,568 votes)
Rated:See all certifications
Date Added:2007-03-05
Purchased On:2007-05-03
Picture Format:Widescreen
Aspect Ratio:2.35 : 1
Sound:Dolby Digital 5.1
Languages:Japanese, Dolby Digital 5.1, Japanese, Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround
Kazuaki Kiriya  ...  (Director)
Kazuaki Kiriya, Dai Sato  ...  (Writer)
Kumiko Aso, Toshiaki Karasawa Yusuke Iseya  ...  
Yusuke Iseya  ...  Tetsuya Azuma
Kumiko Aso  ...  Luna Kozuki
Akira Terao  ...  Dr. Kotaro Azuma
Kanako Higuchi  ...  Midori Azuma
Fumiyo Kohinata  ...  Dr. Kozuki
Hiroyuki Miyasako  ...  Akubon
Mayumi Sada  ...  Sagurê
Jun Kaname  ...  Barashin
Hidetoshi Nishijima  ...  Lieutenant Colonel Kamijo
Mitsuhiro Oikawa  ...  Kaoru Naito
Susumu Terajima  ...  Sakamoto
Mayu Tsuruta  ...  Burai's wife
Ryô  ...  San Ikegami
Tetsuji Tamayama  ...  Sekiguchi
Youko Moriguchi  ...  Luna's mother
Yûsuke Iseya  ...  Tetsuya Azuma / Casshern
Kumiko Asô  ...  Luna Kozuki
Yôko Moriguchi  ...  Luna's mother
Comments: Reincarnated with an invincible body to fight an iron devil. If Casshern does not do it, who will?

Summary: Japanese language, English Subtitles, Region 1, The entire planet was divided between two opposing alliances. After fifty years of bitter warfare, the Greater Eastern Federation triumphs over the forces of Europa and gains dominion over the Eurasian continent. However, this is an empty victory. Years of chemical, biological and nuclear war have poisoned the land and left an exhausted population at the mercy of every pestilence and newly-mutated disease. It seems that there's little hope for humanity's future. Debate rages over the chances of finding some way to stave off the seemingly-inevitable decline of civilization. One man comes forward with a possible solution. Dr. Azuma is a geneticist who proposes a "neo-cell" treatment that can rejuvenate the body and regenerate humankind. He's driven in his studies by a desire to save his beloved wife, Midori, from the ravages of pollution-related disease. He appeals for funding to the government but the politicians in the Health Ministry turn him down, fearing that the new technology will threaten their entrenched powers. However, a sinister faction in the powerful military makes a secret offer to provide the support he needs to further his research. When an incident occurs in the lab that sends the Professor's "neo-cell" cloning experiment haywire, a race of mutant human beings (Shinzo Ningen) is unleashed upon the world. Instead of being the savior of mankind, the Professor's miraculous technology looks set to threaten its very existence.