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Hana to Alice: Satsujin Jiken


Alternative Titles

English: The Case of Hana & Alice
Synonyms: Hana & Alice: The Murder Case
Japanese: 花とアリス 殺人事件

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Feb 20, 2015
Producers: Pony Canyon
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Steve N' Steven
Source: Original
Duration: 1 hr. 38 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.471 (scored by 2,912 users)
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Ranked: #16662
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #3027
Members: 9,665
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Synopsis

Tetsuko Arisugawa has just moved to a new house with her recently divorced mother. She becomes a transfer student at a school where a strange rumor lingers among the students. When she starts to investigate into it, she ends meeting Hana Arai, her young strange neighbor who rarely leaves the house.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Arisugawa, Tetsuko
Arisugawa, Tetsuko
Main
Aoi, Yuu
Japanese
Aoi, Yuu
Arai, Hana
Arai, Hana
Main
Suzuki, Anne
Japanese
Suzuki, Anne
Mutsu, Mutsumi
Mutsu, Mutsumi
Supporting
Suzuki, Ranran
Japanese
Suzuki, Ranran
Tomonaga
Tomonaga
Supporting
Kaku, Tomohiro
Japanese
Kaku, Tomohiro

Staff

Iwai, Shunji
Iwai, Shunji
Director, Script, Theme Song Lyrics, Original Creator, Music, Editing, Planning
Shiina, Kotone
Shiina, Kotone
Theme Song Performance
Urbanowicz, Mateusz
Urbanowicz, Mateusz
Background Art
Kuno, Yoko
Kuno, Yoko
Animation Director


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"Fish in the Pool" by Hec and Pascal (ヘクとパスカル)




More reviewsReviews

BlurredVision18
Sep 14, 2015
Note: I have not viewed the original live-action film Hana & Alice upon watching this film. Not that it really matters, this is a prequel. So watching this as a standalone is fine. Since there is no synopsis, allow me to set up the story.

9th grader Tetsuko Arisugawa (Arisu/Alice) moves to a new town and enrolls in school. Upon entering her new class, everyone seems to act indifferent towards her. She comes to find out that some awful misfortune only speculated by rumor had befallen the student who used to occupy her current desk the year before. As her classmates put it. She read more
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coffeeworld
Sep 15, 2015
How should put this.... The story was just simple but has a very DEEP MEANING. The entire time, I was just smiling and laughing. The story was so ASIAN. You know... not your Disney thing of coming of age. I don't know if Westerners and European viewers would find this as Exagerrated and find this stupid... Just so you know, As an Asian, though am not a Japanese, ..... tales, superstitions, and myths is very common in asian Countries. You know what? I laugh so hard because the film is just pretty realistic, I laugh because I realized how stupid I was during my highschool read more
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Fall
May 14, 2016
Hana to Alice: Satsujin Jiken is a film that passed over many people's heads back in early 2015, but it retains a relatively high rating from its modest following. Hana to Alice is an animated prequel to a live-action film that came out over a decade ago, back in 2004. You require no background from the Hana to Alice universe to enjoy this film; I went into this film without any prior knowledge at all and still immensely enjoyed it. At its core, Hana to Alice is a character-driven narrative with a heavy focus on subtleties, in terms of both characters and atmosphere. It is read more
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Ready_Player_1
Sep 15, 2015
First off the art style is really weird and off-putting. It seems like it is poorly drawn foregrounds and characters with really beautiful backgrounds which I've seen before, but the movement of the characters feels more like watching a live action movie than an anime. If you give it a chance you will love the characters as they begin to be developed and reveal so much personality. I really feel like this was how silly and childish I was in school and I just thought the acting was brilliant. Then you actually get involved in the story and the mystery. I can see that some read more
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