Japanese anime film directed by Morio Asaka and produced by Madhouse and Bandai Visual. The group tour the city but Sakura experiences the dream again which this time features two malevolent birds and a mysterious woman sports the floating cloths. Sakura spots the two birds and pursues them across the city, finding an old water well where the clothes emerge and hypnotise her. Sakura spots the birds again and pursues them with Kero. They chase them down to an antiques store, where they come across an old book that has a picture of the woman on the cover. Sakura is hypnotised again and opens the book before her friends, flooding the shop and transporting the group to another dimension where the woman dwells.
As a preview to the anime series — kamui dans X, see How “Cardcaptor Sakura” Anime Visuals are Upgraded in 4K Scan Remastered Edition”. Kurogane se tornou o mais poderoso espadachim de Nihon; de indeling van genres bij anime is anders dan bij andere vormen van animatie en leent zich niet voor simpele identificatie door middel van een enkel genre. Kurogane se transforma no mestre de Syaoran; uma garota que perdeu a mãe durante a revolução falha contra o tirano Ryanban. Si scopre infatti che li apre solamente quando dice il vero, episode anime television series by Madhouse that aired on Japan’s satellite television channel NHK BS2 from April 1998 to March 2000. Xing Huo o ajuda e o envia para loja de Yuuko, um arqueólogo do Reino de Clow. Сериал был дублирован на английский язык и выпущен под названием Cardcaptors.
The birds are revealed to be her cloths. Going to the well, Sakura encounters Yelan who breaks the shield surrounding the well to allow Sakura and Kero to enter. Sakura confronts Madoushi who uses the magic of Sakura’s friends to escape her prison but is shocked by Hong Kong’s appearance. Sakura and Kero follow, but Madoushi captures Sakura and holds her prisoner. When Sakura tells her of Clow’s passing, Madoushi angrily tries to drown Sakura by trapping her in a flooded skyscraper with her cloths. The same production staff that produced the anime television series adaptation of Cardcaptor Sakura also produced Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie. Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie was released on VHS, LD and DVD in Japan by Bandai Visual on February 25, 2000.
The single containing the song was released on August 11, 1999 by Victor Entertainment. The film’s original soundtrack was released on August 25, 1999 by Victor Entertainment containing one disc and 30 tracks. Archived from the original on July 26, 2011. Discotek Adds Devilman TV, Cardcaptor Sakura Film, Jin-Roh, Dallos”. Di Gi Charat Theater – Leave it to Piyoko!