Hetalia Axis Powers – Paint it, White!

Hetalia Axis Powers Movie: Paint it, White

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One day, aliens from the planet Pict launch a devastating invasion on Earth. Their sole purpose is to transform all of humanity into "Noppera"—featureless creatures with plain white skin, glowing antennae, and no face. This prompts the world's nations to counterattack, but they are all ultimately defeated, as they each launched their offensives separately. And so, both the Allied and Axis nations of Hetalia Axis Powers Movie: Paint it, White must band together and unite their powers to stop the alien invasion and save their planet.

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English: Hetalia Axis Powers: Paint it, White!
Japanese: 銀幕ヘタリア Axis Powers Paint it, White (白くぬれ!)
Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jun 5, 2010
Producers: Frontier Works
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Studio Deen
Source: Web manga
Genres: Comedy, Historical, Parody
Duration: 1 hr 20 min
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
Resolution: 480p
Type: Dual Audio


Nobuo Shirahata – Director
Chuck Huber – Script
Jamie Marchi – Script
Katsuyuki Konishi – Theme Song Performance
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Theme Songs

OP1: “Mein Gott!” by Atsushi Kousaka
ED1: “WA! Wa!! World Ondo (WA!輪!!ワールド音頭)” by World 8


Not very good but if you like the characters you will probably enjoy it


Weird, but nice.


What if Hetalia was even more garbage than it already is?


Movie length Hetalia. How do you mess that up?
Fall 30 minutes short and fill that with a clip show!
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The fact that they simply filled half the runtime or more with scenes from the Axis Powers series made me angry. A bit of a waste.




Hetalia works better in short form.



    "We, who hurt each other so terribly, will sit here licking each other's wounds. We damaged goods will each seek the other out in comfort. If you are to die tomorrow, I'm fine with my life ending then as well. But if you want to live for me for one more day,I'll go on living with you today as well. And thus begins a tale of kindred, bound by their scars. Soaked in red and written in black, a story of blood. One of which I'll never speak. Our very own, precious as it is, story of scars. And I have no intention of reciting it to anyone."