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Fusha no Sha


Alternative Titles

English: To Shoot Without Shooting
Synonyms: To Shoot Without Shooting, Archer without a Bow, Bu She Zhi She
Japanese: 不射之射

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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: 1988
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Source: Unknown
Duration: 25 min.
Rating: PG - Children

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Score: 6.731 (scored by 196 users)
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Ranked: #44002
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Popularity: #8178
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Synopsis

Ji Chang is an excellent archer that strives to be the best in the world. He looks for a certain man that is capable of shooting a leaf from a distance. He decides to make this man his master. He visits his master occasionally over the years for training. He eventually masters the techniques of the bow and decides to head out for the mountains in search of an old man with supernatural abilities.

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Kawamoto, Kihachiro
Kawamoto, Kihachiro
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ridojiri
Jun 11, 2012
Kihachiro Kawamoto, (who sadly passed away in 2010) has put substantial effort into producing this beauty of a short animation. Based on a story by Atsushi Nakajima, To Shoot Without Shooting details the trials of a aspiring archer. And it tells this story in a surprising yet uplifting way. It's a beautiful little animation, grounded in matters of the mind; not matters of wobbling breasts or huge mechas like most anime.
The plot is very much based on Chinese myths, it reminds me very much of Monkey for instance, but the ministrations our hero goes through are more humbling and humanising. By the end of the read more
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