The movie, “The Redemption of Jubei Kibagami” is the third in the series of anime films based on Yamazaki’s manga. But it feels unfamiliar because it is set during a time period not depicted previously.
I wonder if that is because the subtitle refers to the film as “the redeemed and the dominant”? This type of title for an anime appears to be common recently, but I don’t know why. It seems like appealing to some religious themes related to redemption or dominance?
Though my recollection may be wrong, I think this type of concept has been spun out more elegantly in shows like Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Wing Zero/SEED Destiny done by Yoshiyuki Tomino. Their sense of balance between supernatural forces often described as spiritual, biological or technological feels natural and better thought-out compared with what these types of titles do today.
In other words the signs used should have been simpler and contained less attached metaphors otherwise they would feel contrived…but I can still appreciate where you are going with this idea nevertheless!
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