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The director of SABER MARIONETTE J presents this tale of a fallen angel named Setsuna. A beautiful angel, Setsuna waged a war on God and, of course, fought a losing battle. Doomed to be reborn human, Setsuna comes back as a boy who, as he grows older, must deal with bizarre visions and supernatural powers. As he strains to find out the source of these visions, heaven and hell battle for his soul, as Setsuna could ultimately lead humanity to either salvation or the apocalypse.
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Release Date:  2000
MPAA Rating:  Unrated
DVD Release Date:  Central Park Media (July 10, 2001)
Runtime:  1hr 30min
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review by . June 17, 2012
posted in ASIANatomy
An over the top, self indulgent, melodramatic unmitigated disaster
Punished for her rebellion against God and heaven, the mighty angel Alexiel is forced to inhabit the body of Setsuna Mudo, a teenage boy struggling with incestuous feelings toward his sister, Sara. While demons and angels try to awaken the warrior within, Alexiel -- whose spiritual troubles mirror those of the earthly adolescent -- finds herself growing accustomed to her new life as a human boy in this three-part anime series. - summary courtesy of Netflix      Angel Sanctuary …
review by . February 25, 2005
posted in Movie Hype
Pros: Definitely different     Cons: Definitely not complete     The Bottom Line: The fate of Heaven, Hell, and Earth always seems to rest in the hands of an angered youth?     Plot Details: This opinion reveals minor details about the movie's plot. Ok, so I lied – only the highest angels have three wings. But still – who knew?      Angel Sanctuary is definitely different in it’s content. It combines several …
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