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They were eleven (Jūichi nin iru! ) (1986)

Directed by
Tsuneo Tominaga Tsuneo Tominaga


Starring (View all)
Norio Wakamoto Norio Wakamoto
Knu (voice)
Michihiro Ikemizu Michihiro Ikemizu
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Written by (View all)
Moto Hagio Moto Hagio
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Toshiaki Imaizumi Toshiaki Imaizumi
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6 hours, 50 minutes ago at Dec 13 3:19
Juuichinin Iru gained some fame along the years for being one of a kind movie, at least when it comes to anime. It has an amazing setting and premise consisting of ten people from different galaxies, planets, and races taking a final exam on a spaceship in order to graduate from a space academy and the situation goes out of control when they realize that there are actually eleven people so they wi... read more
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Description: The elite Cosmo Academy attracts applicants from every stellar nation in the galaxy. One young hopeful is Tadatos Lane, an orphan esper from Terra. The final stage of the academy's entrance exam is a perilous mission simulation aboard an actual derelict starship. The applicants depart for the ships in groups of ten, but when Tada's crew arrives on the Esperanza, they are horrified to discover that they now number eleven. (AnimeNewsNetwork) ... (more)
Release date: 11 December 1992
Tags: Anime (2), Animation (1), Japan (1), 1980s (1)
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Fernando Leonel Alba posted a review 6 hours, 50 minutes ago

“Juuichinin Iru gained some fame along the years for being one of a kind movie, at least when it comes to anime. It has an amazing setting and premise consisting of ten people from different galaxies, planets, and races taking a final exam on a spaceship in order to graduate from a space academy and the situation goes out of control when they realize that there are actually eleven people so they will have to find out who is the infiltrator.

The biggest issue with this movie is its short duration, is only one hour and a half long so there’s no time to explore its vast setting and so many characters properly. Some of them have a bit of their backgrounds and motivations revealed but the viewer will only get the names out of the majority of them. Only a few get some development and” read more

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