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Hitsuji no Uta


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Lament of the Lamb, Song Of Ram, Song of Sheep, Song of the Sheep, Sheep's Song
Japanese: 羊のうた

Information

Type: OVA
Episodes: 4
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: May 25, 2003 to Feb 25, 2004
Producers: Group TAC, KENMedia
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Madhouse
Source: Manga
Genres: Horror, Drama, Vampire
Duration: 30 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

Statistics

Score: 6.391 (scored by 4,756 users)
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Ranked: #58192
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Popularity: #3177
Members: 11,408
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Synopsis

Kazuna's family has a history of suffering from a disease that creates an uncontrollable vampire-like thirst for blood. Knowing none of this, Kazuna was sent to live with the Eda couple as a child. As the sickness begins to show signs of being present within himself, he comes into contact with his older sister, Chizuna, who has been suffering from it since early childhood. Knowing that the sickness incurs a heavy weight upon those that suffer from it, Chizuna tries to ease her brother's burden, to help him learn to control his urges, but...

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Characters & Voice Actors


Staff

Sugii, Gisaburou
Director, Script
Hayashibara, Megumi
Theme Song Performance
Seki, Tomokazu
Theme Song Performance
Toume, Kei
Original Creator


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"Destiny ~Shukumei~" by Hayashibara Megumi & Seki Tomokazu




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Mar 27, 2007
bettynoire (All reviews)
Considering that this series obviously had a rather crap budget, I'd say it was done rather well. Not that it doesn't have it's problems, but it's story still manages to be enjoyable, if you can get past it's faults.


STORY:

A sort-of non-traditional take on vampires. Kazuna and Chizuna are vampires, but vampirism is more of an illness and a hindrance than it is anything else. It's quite a sad story, following how the illness ultimately destroys their lives. The anime's ending differs from the manga, however, as well as leaving out a couple side characters entirely, but as the story (in the anime) is focused read more
Jan 5, 2015
BobSamurai (All reviews)
A poor attempt at a manga promo.

Hitsuji no Uta is a retelling of the story told in its manga counterpart stuffing 7 volumes of well developed plot and characters into 4 episodes of rushed anime with poor animation. I wont be getting into the plot or characters because if you haven't read the manga or don't intend to; you have no reason to know of the existence of this OVA series. Even as a fan of the manga (which has its flaws) this OVA is completely pointless. The story skips so much that you cant really understand all of whats going on, i mean the read more
Jul 24, 2010
ComposerLOST (All reviews)
Story
Hitsuji no Uta is an interesting anime, and if it had more time to develop it would have been really good. The anime as it stands at 4 episodes manages to tell a good story, even though it is short. What I found cool about it was that, instead of the low budget taking away from the enjoyment, it actually added to it. The repeated images and switching between black and white and color make the anime a little more stylized, rather than hindering the interest of the story. The way they show Kazuna's attacks also adds quite a bit of tension to the experience.

Art
The read more
Aug 10, 2011
ktulu007 (All reviews)
Hitsuji no Uta is the story of two siblings who meet after being separated for a long time. The twist is that they have a genetic disease that gives them cravings for human blood. The story really focuses on Kazuna learning to live with his disease and about his family's past with some help from his sister. The story is pretty interesting and full of suspense, but it does have one major annoyance. There are a lot of Flashbacks, A lot of which show an event that happened in the same episode, less than five minutes ago. What's the point? Did Gisaburo Sugii really think read more

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