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Bow down and worship the Golden Demise (黄金の終焉を伏して拝むがいい)
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This <Gold> will burn even <Despair> (その<黄金>は<絶望>すら焼き尽くす)
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GODZILLA: The Planet Eater (GODZILLA 星を喰う者,   Gojira Hoshi o Kū Mono) is an anime science fiction kaiju film produced by Toho Animation and animated by Polygon Pictures, and the third entry in a trilogy of animated Godzilla films. After making its world premiere at the Tokyo International Film Festival on November 3, 2018, it was released to Japanese theaters on November 9 and became available to stream worldwide via Netflix on January 9, 2019.

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Following the destruction of Mechagodzilla City, Martin Lazzari and Josh Emerson observe Godzilla as he stands motionless. Josh asks Martin if Godzilla is dead, but Martin replies that the creature is simply dormant. Josh asks Martin what Godzilla really is, to which Martin responds that the accepted theory has always been that Godzilla and monsters like him arose due to humanity's tampering with Earth's environment. But he says that perhaps this interpretation is incorrect, and humanity existed for the sole purpose of bringing Godzilla, the ultimate lifeform, into being. Josh tells Martin that Captain Haruo Sakaki wouldn't want to hear this, and Martin replies that as a human being he doesn't want to accept it either. Aboard the Aratrum, members of the Central Committee listen to the last broadcast received from Mechagodzilla City. It contains a conversation between Mulu-elu Galu-gu and Haruo, where Galu-gu urges Haruo to do what is necessary to destroy Godzilla, even though it means Mechagodzilla City's Nanometal will continue to spread. Just as Haruo screams defiantly, the broadcast ends. The Bilusaludo chieftain Halu-elu Dolu-do is infuriated and demands that Haruo be executed for treason. Takeshi J. Hamamoto argues that it was Galu-gu who committed an act of treason by unwillingly subjecting soldiers to Nanometal assimilation, and expresses suspicion that Mechagodzilla and its Nanometal were in reality a tool the Bilusaludo intended to use for the conquest of Earth. Unberto Mori sits silently as Dolu-do and Hamamoto's argument becomes increasingly heated...

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