Neko Ninja

  • January 14, 2018 / 16:00
  • February 4, 2018 / 14:00

Director: Takeshi Watanabe
Cast: Takurô Ôno, Akira Emoto, Izumi Fujimoto
Japan, 2017, 95’, color
Japanese with Turkish subtitles
 

The world's first 'cat ninja' action feature film from the crew of Samurai Cat. Kagerota is a young ninja who embarks on his first mission: stealing the goldfish from a wealthy samurai. He succeeds, but then a mysterious fat cat starts following him. His distinctive red nose leads Kagerota to believe that the feline stalker is actually the reincarnation of his long last father, a legendary ninja who left him when he was ten years old.

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Neko Ninja

Neko Ninja

Trailer

Neko Ninja

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