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Message from Space (宇宙からのメッセージ, Uchū kara no Messēji) is a film directed by Kinji Fukasaku. Released in 1978, the film is seen by many critics as a Japanese mockbuster of Star Wars The film was produced by Toei and cost $6 million dollars, the most expensive movie made in Japan up to that date. Shotaro Ishinomori, a famous science fiction manga artist and pop culture figure, co-wrote the script and helped design the overall look of the film. The peaceful planet of Jilutia in the Andromeda galaxy, has been conquered by the steel-skinned warriors the Gavanas. The Gavanas have appropriated Jilutia and turned the planet into a military fortress. The survivors of the population of Jilutia, wearing robes and crowns of woven leaves, are destitute on the dark and barren surface of the planet. Kido - the leader of the Jilutians - sends out eight Leyabe seeds (which resemble walnuts that can glow orange). Each one will find its way to a chosen individual to help liberate Jilutia from the...
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