Lupin III goes on a grand adventure to uncover the secrets of the Bresson Diary, which is tied to the legacy of his famous grandfather.
User Reviews: This is the second of ANY Lupin III I’ve seen, and I enjoyed it quite a bit. But I did notice this:
It lacked that charm of the "hand drawn seventies" that was so evident in Castle of Cagliostro.
So I would suggest you see that movie either before watching Lupin III: The First, or sometime after. This one’s OK, but Castle of Cagliostro is absolutely amazing.