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Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Tenshi (Angel) Screen Caps

Tenshi is Japanese for Angel, the movie that was released in Japan in 2006, the angel referred to in the title is played by Kyôko Fukada (Kamikaze Girls, Strawberry on the Shortcake) perfectly. She’s not your ordinary angel however, she does have a cute little pair of white wings but she also has a thirst of gin and lime. Only lonely people can see here and she also seems to like stealing little objects. She doesn’t speak at all but she does transform the lives of those she comes into contact with, a store clerk, a little girl, a school girl, and a pair of sisters. I really liked this movie quite a lot, while not as funny as Kamikaze Girls it has quite a lot of emotional impact, and will definitely have you feeling great by the time it’s over.

The screen shots are from early in the movie no spoilers.

You can download the XviD with Ac3 5.1ch sound bit torrent file here. The Full Region 3 with Dolby Digital 5.1 sound DVD bit torrent file can be downloaded here.
































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3 Comments:

Anonymous medorky said...

thanks for the screen caps and also the review ..
sounded very interesting ..
just want to ask you, how to make the english subtitles shown on the screen
because i downloaded the dvd torrent file and don't know how to make the subtitle appear..
sorry to bother and thank you so much for all the reviews u did XDDD

4/11/2007 07:41:00 PM  
Blogger Kevin said...

just want to ask you, how to make the english subtitles shown on the screen

My DVD player remote has a subtitle button, I just press that and the subs come on screen. If you are using the computer to view VLC plays the subs after hitting the "k" on the keyboard.

4/11/2007 08:09:00 PM  
Anonymous medorky said...

thanks a lot .. i burn it in a dvd , can see the subtitle but don't have audio .. but i sucessfully view it with VLC XDDD

thanks .. most of the jmovies i watched are from ur recommendation !!
your site is just sugoi !!

4/13/2007 04:04:00 PM  

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