BLEACH the Movie: Memories of Nobody

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Released 2006

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Director:
Hideki Tachibana
Released:
2006
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BLEACH The Movie: Memories of Nobody is a film adaptation of the Japanese manga series Bleach by Tite Kubo, released in Japan in December 2006 (and in the United States and Canada in June and October 2008, respectively). Soul Reapers Ichigo Kurosaki (voiced by Masakazu Morita in Japanese and Jonny Yong Bosch in English) and Rukia Kuchiki (voiced by Fumiko Orikasa in Japanese and Michelle Ruff in English) begin to encounter spirits called 'Blanks'. As Kisuke Urahara (Shinichiro Miki/Michael Lindsay) explains, these spirits are emerging from the Valley of Screams, the space between the real world and Soul Society. It transpires that the memories of these Blanks are combined into 'the Memory Rosary', and the Soul Reapers, along with the enigmatic Senna (Chiwa Saito/G.K. Bowes) must find this entity before a group of mysterious armoured figures does. It soon transpires that both Senna and the Memory Rosary are more complex than they seem. The movie features a theme song called 'Sen no Yoru o Koete' (Overcome the Thousands of Nights) by the Japanese pop band Aqua Timez.moreless
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