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Eleven Arts Announce World Premiere of 'The Laws Of The Universe: Part One'

Eleven Arts Anime Studio have announced that they will be distributing the sci-fi and action anime The Laws Of The Universe Part One in the US and Canada. The film is a follow up to  Laws Of The Universe Part 0 and is set to premiere in the United States simultaneously with its release in Japan on October 12, 2018. It has a considerable pedigree behind it, coming from  Isamu Imakake ( director of Captain Tsubasa, and an animator on projects including Neon Genesis Evangelion and Cowboy Bebop The Movie) with character designs by Masami Suda (Fist Of the North Star, Yokai Watch).

The film is the latest in a series of anime movies made by Happy Science, an obscure Japanese religious organization (although you won't find this information in the film's promotion). The organization's founder Ryuho Okawa is credited with the original story. Despite its unconventional origins, however, it seems to be a fairly standard science-fiction tale.  It's the first of a planned trilogy.

Here's the synopsis:

University students, Ray, Anna, Tyler, Halle, and Eisuke are enjoying college life and pursuing their dreams, but in reality, They have a secret mission, to fight against invading Reptilians from outer space. One day, Ray travels back in time to 330 million years ago on Earth, to find his missing friend Tyler who has fallen into a trap set by the evil alien, Dahar.
During that time, Alpha, the God of the Earth, was planning to create a new civilization on Earth and invited Queen Zamza and her fellow Reptilian  from the planet Zeta, to Earth.
 What is the intention of Dahar? What will happen to Ray and Tyler?

And what is “the plan of the God of the Earth"?

The film will screen with an English dub, with the cast to be announced. Visit Eleven Art's website for more details.