Zenigata arrives at the birthday party of an important politician to investigate a fake Lupin calling card. Lupin shows up as well. Suddenly, masked assassins break in and begin to shoot everything that moves. Zenigata goes after Lupin amidst all the gunfire and corners him in the courtyard of the house. Suddenly, a hand holding a Walther P-38 pops out of a window and shoots Zenigata in the chest. Lupin recognizes the Walther as his own and decides to investigate. The assassins that attacked the party are from a hidden island called the Island of Assassins. The island is kept secret by the help of top government officials from around the world who use the assassins on the island for their own personal gains. There are lots of hidden secrets on the island, however, and Lupin, Goemon, Jigen, and Fujiko find themselves involved in a plot that tears the residents of the island in half. The movie also delves into Lupins past in his pre-Jigen days.
Hannah's comments: This was very funny film and you see that even Lupin 3rd follows the time. In the newer versions of Lupin, the cars and the science is more like nowadays. Great story to be Lupin. A big tarantela will have a big influence for the story. It is not so obvious that Jigen, Goemon, Lupin and fujiko are together as more or less as a team. Lupin is reminded once in a while of some scenes, from his past. I will say, a guy on the Island of Assasins, has something to deal with Lupin. The science man isnīt what he acts like. Nice shooting and action. The only thing I didnīī like was Lupinīs face. The shape of the face, wasnīt as it used to be.