The Lupin III imagined in 1967 by Kazuhiko Kato , better known as Monkey Punch , he was a man despicable. This is the opposite of Arsène Lupin, created by Maurice Leblanc in 1905, which was all of a piece, a true 'gentleman' - and not just with women - as it was dubbed. Elegant, generous - stole for himself but gave to the poor by subtracting the precious assets is always and only to the most wealthy, and, above all, against violence. The last of the lineage of the Lupin, in the mind of the mangaka Monkey Punch, has sunk into a dark dimension, both personal and social. A psychologist would have defined an individual's malignant suffering from narcissism and the perverse, someone who enjoys to manipulate and humiliate the next in order to get any of what it is that stimulates. And, to do that, it kills without pity. The reality (and the censorship), however, changed all that: in the transposition tv, and the atmosphere of the original manga, little remains of all this thanks to the mind an imaginative and delicate Hayao Miyazaki that softened the character of the adult of the first, meager episodes commissioned by director Masaaki Osumi . Miyazaki brought in tv the its Lupin, the brilliant, but at the same time clumsy, succeeding in the feat of transforming a story already perfect into a masterpiece that can keep you glued to the small screen in millions of people.
'Lupin III - The First', Takashi Yamazaki, and his thief in 3D: When on the big screen for the title to appear, I get emotional. Every time
The Lupin III imagined in 1967 by Kazuhiko Kato , better known as Monkey Punch , he was a man despicable. This is the opposite of Arsène Lupin, created by
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