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Everything about him is shrouded in mystery. The mask he can’t remove. The past he can’t unravel. And the very survival of the people who have chosen him as their leader. But what Hakuoro does know is this: He was gravely injured and left for dead in a forest. A kind, young girl named Eluluu found him and nursed him back to health. And he was welcomed into a barren land where strange creatures roam, an angry god seeks vengeance, an oppressive government slaughters the innocent, and a bloody war looms on the horizon. Will the masked hero liberate the people who saved him? Can he unlock the memories that elude him? Or will he remain a stranger even to himself? The answers are right before you (or are they?).


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Product Details

  • Actors: John Gremillion, Kira Vincent-Davis, Sasha Paysinger
  • Directors: Christine Auten, Don Rush
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: October 19, 2010
  • Run Time: 650 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002MXZYDG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,014 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Utawarerumono: The Complete Series Box Set S.A.V.E." on IMDb

Customer Reviews

Very good English dub, and beautiful drawing.
W. Jalanugraha
As my title states, the story in this anime kinda gets a little strange at the end but, overall, the anime is very entertaining and is not so bad.
Just Some Guy
The animation is great, the music complements the story and the characters are excellent.
Isthmus Megs

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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Aion on July 23, 2009
Format: DVD
First of all, let me say that no aspect of this series is outstanding. Rather than being brilliant at one thing, it's more of a good all-round series. It's a solid series; one that fans of war stories set in the ancient past will get into from the get-go. And, despite the main character having his own harem, it's safe to say the series can be enjoyed even by those who dislike harem series.

The story starts with a man getting found injured in the forest near a small farming village. He has a mask, no memories and doesn't have a clue who he is or what he was doing in the forest. He quickly becomes friends with Eluluu, the young healer who found him, and her little sister, Aruruu. He gets given the name Hakuro by the village chief - the name of Eluluu and Aruruu's father.

At first all is well but the situation quickly turns ugly. Hakuro has to come up with a tactic to save the villagers from being eaten alive by the angry 'God' of the forest. He does so, and earns the respect of the entire village. Then the local feudal lord pays a visit to the town in order to collect taxes. One of the guards kills the village chief, resulting in Hakuro being named chief, and he helps the angered villagers lead a rebellion against the feudal lord. Hakuro kills him, which leads to the Emperor getting involved in an attempt to avenge his brother.

From there, the series takes a path fans of the Suikoden video game series will be familiar with: armies fight, new, super strong allies join and, bit by bit, Hakuro's army grows in power. Soon a mere rebellion transforms into a war between nations, with war after war following Hakuro as he rises to power, as if caused by him.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Lucid Alterations on March 4, 2009
Format: DVD
This story is enthralling! The characters grow and relationships blossom, pulling in viewers who love stories about believable characters(the writers make the character's quite lovable!).
It is easy to see how this story could have formed from a game, with the main character's having to survive one assault after another; the plot never stops moving. When the tale starts to swing too violent or to sappy for too long, it starts to move back the other way. So in spots that get too predictably sappy; then you know the plot's about to twist.
A viewer can enjoy this continual struggle for survival while watching the army battles and the personal duals! The story stays true to war and some of your favorite characters die, but the action rarely stops to even grieve.
But the story goes way beyond a simple battle with it's surprisingly beautiful and rich depth contained in the main characters. If you like action, or soft touching drama, this anime is it! Oh, and it's got fox tails, feathered wings and such are here too...
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By suburban dissident on November 19, 2010
Format: DVD
If you are one to enjoy a cool cast of characters running around doing awesome stuff, then this is an anime series for you. From the very beginning moments when Suara's song during the intro credits kick in, you know this is going to be a fun series. five stars may be a little generous, but i think it fits.

The story follows a protagonist who has lost his memories as he makes friends, dares great things and tries to lead a people to peace and prosperity. While doing so, by force of his character, he draws in a number of side-kicks who are intriguing and engaging.

My only two gripes with this series were: (1) things get a little nutty at the end and what was a simple fantasy story eventually brings in all kinds of weird from large monster battles to weird futuristic past flashbacks and religious complexities that take a lot of thinking to keep up with, and (2) while i understand the aesthetic of suffering and stoicism that are so tied up with Japanese mythic narratives, i still am a big fan of quasi happy endings. this one is mostly happy...but still.

In all, i found myself racing through this series, not being able to control my desire to see what would happen next. I loved it.
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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By James Laumann on December 11, 2008
Format: DVD
This anime series is first rate. The animation is flawless and maintains a steady pace throughout. The storyline is top notch as well. The series concerns a man who has been found badly injuried and without any memory of his past or how he got to the village he is found near. He is taken in by a family who gives him a name and is considered a brother. There are several wars as he helps the people of the village and other villages obtain their freedom from a tyrannical emperor.

The music soundtrack is also first rate. Even though the opening and ending songs are sung in Japanese, the beat makes you want to tap your feet.

I have many different anime series in my collection and I plan to add this one to my growing list.

I would not recommend this series for children under age 14 due to the extreme violence of the battle action. But adults should enjoy the series due to the constant surprises in each and every part.
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18 of 24 people found the following review helpful By RavenRing on December 3, 2010
Format: DVD
While strolling innocently through the forest one day, Eruruu finds an injured man with a mysterious mask. She takes him to her grandmother Tuskuru, the village healer, and the two of them nurse him back to health. When he wakes up they are surprised to find that he is unable to answer any of their questions - he just can't remember anything! He doesn't understand why he is wearing a mask or why he is unable to remove it. But despite his oddities, the man, now dubbed Hakuoro, is a natural leader and soon the villagers look to him to guidance.

When I heard the premise of this show I thought it sounded intriguing. And it was curious - who was Hakuoro and what was that mask for? The characters were not very deep, but they were entertaining. The world the series is set in is interesting. Why do all of the girls have animal ears and tails? Hakuoro proves to be an unexpectedly interesting character and his rise in power was particularly fun. But there were times in which the series moved slowly and they spent too much time on the cute little girls with tails. But it was still fun to watch. Except that you start to get frustrated with the main plot line. You start to wonder if you will ever lean the secret behind that darn mask and such. For about 24 episodes you are left in the dark, with only small flashes of memory from Hakuoro to give you hope for an answer. Then bam! the end hits and things are thrown all topsy-turvy. What you thought was a fantasy story turns out to have mecha. Historical setting? Ha! But worst of all, when the series ends, you have more questions then when it started! If it hadn't been for the stupid ending, this series would have been a solid 4 star anime.

If a confusing and pointless ending doesn't bother you, then by all means, go ahead and get this series.
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