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Hiro Shitaku

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anime

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Uploaded
Oct 5, 2004 | 7:29 PM EDT

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Author Comments

Yes... while Hiro Shitaku is fictional (means, not real...), the remaining goodness in this "edu-mation" (at over seven minutes long) is accurate, and with a bit of comedy, will explore the history and techniques of the Japanese animation industry. I had a lot of fun making it, and I hope everyone enjoy's watching it!

** Disclaimer: to avoid confusion, Hiro was not a real person. However, all of the techniques discussed in this film were instead created by the industry as a whole to deal with their insane production quotas. Learn, laugh, but please don't take this film 100% seriously. Sorry.

Reviews


ViciousmfViciousmf

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I LOVED IT!

I ounce saw a short documentry(if it can be called that) called "manga madness" that was about the same thing, THIS is 10,000 times better than that, it is not only informational, but entertaining as well. And even not comparing this with anything else, by its self it is a quility piece of work where the animations is great, and the idea and semi-true-story are a joy to hear.


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BrokenLionBrokenLion

Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow

nice, if highschool was like this i wouldve gotten an A



death0goddeath0god

Rated 5 / 5 stars

very informal

I didn't know that one guy came up with all that he was a true genius and shall not be forgoten



Patrickthekiller15Patrickthekiller15

Rated 5 / 5 stars

you see japan wories about godzilla attacks

we americans only worry about King Kong taking our women to skyscrapers



AmmehoelaAmmehoela

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Poor guy.

To die of stress, syfilus AND a godzilla attack is about the worst case of badluck i've ever heard about! Nah but seriously nice piece of work and to think i actually learned something from it is both scary and unexpected at the same time, but all in a good way though!