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Gunslinger Girl: Il Teatrino

Gunslinger Girl: Il Teatrino

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Gunslinger Girl 2nd Season, Gunslinger Girl Second
Japanese: ガンスリンガー ガール -IL TEATRINO-

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 7, 2008 to Apr 1, 2008
Duration: 25 min. per episode
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 7.341 (scored by 14730 users)
Ranked: #20412
Popularity: #1143
Members: 32,487
Favorites: 90
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Synopsis

When the Social Welfare Agency investigates the disappearance of an operative, their inquiry leads them right into the lair of their rival, the Five Republics. The assassin Triela infiltrates the hostile organization, but her search is cut short when she finds herself staring down the barrel of a gun...

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Triela
Triela
Main
Enomoto, Atsuko
Japanese
Enomoto, Atsuko
Henrietta
Henrietta
Main
Akutsu, Kana
Japanese
Akutsu, Kana
Rico
Rico
Main
Shiono, Anri
Japanese
Shiono, Anri
Claes
Claes
Main
Mizuno, Risa
Japanese
Mizuno, Risa

Staff

Cook, Justin
Cook, Justin
Producer
Hiramitsu, Takuya
Hiramitsu, Takuya
Sound Director
Urahata, Tatsuhiko
Urahata, Tatsuhiko
Script
Vale, Eric
Vale, Eric
Script

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adrianojones
Feb 9, 2:45 PM
To call the original Gunslinger Girl a pleasant surprise is an understatement – what began as mere curiosity gradually transitioned into genuine intrigue, as its expertly constructed main cast, thematic depth, haunting beautiful soundtrack, and breathtaking visuals made for an unexpectedly profound, and remarkable, experience. That said, the change in studios for the second season was a bit of a risky move, as the first one did such a large number of things right; and unfortunately, to call this transition rough would be to say the least. However, the series’ rich characters and engaging relationships have remained consistent, making for an experience which, at its read more
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Ranivus
Jun 19, 2008 2:18 AM
Having being the first reviewer to actually finish the series, I'd like to say that, despite the obvious reduction in artwork due to changing production studios. They do try their best in trying to stay faithful to the manga. In which they do quite well in my opinion all the way to the final episode.

Story - (Great)
Basically the main story arc this time around is having the girls try to crack down on a radical terrorist organization. The story is simple enough to cause enough action, drama, and straight up melancholy sadness. Yu Aida does such a good job on the story that theres read more
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psygremlin
Jan 27, 2008 3:28 AM
I'm hearing so much bleating about how different S2 is to S1, I thought I'd better jot down a couple of pointers for the uninformed.

Anybody who's watched S1 will realise that Madhouse spoilt us - everything was right, the artwork, the music, the character design and most of all the story. When Marvelous commissioned S2 they, for whatever reason (I assume Madhouse had become victims of their own brilliance and had too much work - including, I heard, Satoshi Kon's new movie) they gave the job to ArtLand. This meant an entirely new crew working on the project, from the artists to the seiyuu (so, read more
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Grimm3r
Dec 18, 2012 7:28 PM
This second season has gotten quite a bit of hate for it's artwork, and it is unnecessary. I watch a series for the story, honestly the story could be told with stick figures for me, but if the plot was compelling, and the characters believable, then I am sold.

On that note, I found the story was more powerful, if less subtle, in this second season, and the same could be said for the characters. This season seemed to focus a bit more on Triela (which I didn't mind, as she was my favourite character) and her personality.

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Opening Theme

"Tatta Hitotsu no Omoi" by KOKIA

Ending Theme

#1: "doll" by Tada Aoi (eps 1-5, 10, 12)
#2: "doll" by Lia (eps 6-7, 9, 11)
#3: "Scarborough Fair" by Tada Aoi (ep 8)
#4: "human" by Lia (ep 13)

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