Haibane renmei (TV Mini-Series 2002)

TV Mini-Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Animation, Drama, Fantasy


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A young girl is reborn as an angel-like creature called a haibane, with no memory of who she once was.


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  • Junko Noda in Haibane renmei (2002)
  • Junko Noda in Haibane renmei (2002)
  • Junko Noda in Haibane renmei (2002)
  • Haibane renmei (2002)
  • Tamio Ôki and Ryô Hirohashi in Haibane renmei (2002)
  • Ryô Hirohashi in Haibane renmei (2002)

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Writer:

Yoshitoshi Abe (creator)

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5 November 2003 | smirre44
10
| Beautiful
After watching Haibane Renmei early this year, I thought it was a bit different than Yoshitoshi Abes other works, (like Lain, which is a bit of a puzzler). This series (Haibane Renmei) has an air of sadness to it, but also moments of happiness and joy, and doesn't mess around to much with your head.

I really enjoyed it and would watch it several more times, enjoying it as much as the first. The ending had me virtually in tears, it really was perfect. If you're gonna purchase any anime on DVD in the future, this one should be next on your list. No doubt about that. This one makes the top of my favourite list without problems.

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Release Date:

10 September 2002

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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