Final Fantasy VII - Advent Children DVD Cloud Visszatér / Duplalemezes Extra Változat / Directed by Tetsuya Nomura / Voices: Takahiro Sakurai, Ayumi Ito, Kenichi Suzumura, Showtaro Morikubo, Maaya Sakamoto / Computer-animated science fantasy
Final Fantasy VII - Advent Children DVD 2005 Cloud Visszatér / Duplalemezes Extra Változat / Directed by Tetsuya Nomura / Voices: Takahiro Sakurai, Ayumi Ito, Kenichi Suzumura, Showtaro Morikubo, Maaya Sakamoto, Toshiyuki Morikawa / Square Enix - Sony Pictures / Computer-animated science fantasy
REGION 2, 5 PAL DVD
MADE IN GERMANY
AUDIO: English 5.1, Japanese 5.1
SUBTITLES: English, Hungarian, Arabic, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Icelandic, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, Swedish, Turkish
Runtime: 101 minutes
* RECAP OF THE ORIGINAL PC GAME STORY
* FF EVENTS TEASER
* 25 MINUTE SHORT MOVIE PRESENTED ON THE FILM FESTIAL IN VENICE
* THE MAKING OF
* TEASER-TRAILERS OF FUTURE GAMES
* DELETED SCENES
Advent Children takes place two years following the events of the 1997 role-playing video game Final Fantasy VII, during which the antagonist Sephiroth attempted to absorb the Lifestream (the lifeblood and soul of the planet) and be reborn as a god. He was defeated by Cloud Strife and his companions. Still, Sephiroth's final spell, Meteor, destroyed the city of Midgar.
Since the end of the game, the survivors of Midgar founded the new city of Edge where Cloud and his childhood friend Tifa Lockhart now run a courier service and are the caretakers of orphans Denzel and Marlene. Cloud is still haunted by his role in the death of Aerith Gainsborough, who was killed by Sephiroth. Also, both he and Denzel are infected with a mysterious new ailment known as "Geostigma," which has no known cure. When the film opens, Cloud has recently moved out and isolated himself from his friends.
Cloud is contacted through Tifa and summoned to a meeting with the Shinra Company's former president Rufus Shinra, who was presumed killed in Final Fantasy VII.Rufus asks for Cloud's help to stop Kadaj, Loz, and Yazoo. The trio are physical manifestations of Sephiroth's surviving spirit, and are seeking to resurrect him using the remains of the extraterrestrial villain Jenova. Cloud refuses to help and leaves.
Meanwhile, Kadaj and his colleagues are recruiting children infected with Geostigma. Denzel falls in with the group, attracted by their promises of a cure for the disease. Loz follows Tifa and Marlene to Aerith's church, where they had gone looking for Cloud, and attacks them. Tifa is knocked unconscious in the fight, and Loz kidnaps Marlene. All the abducted children are taken to the ruins of the mystical Forgotten City, where Kadaj embraces them as brethren and announces his intention for them all to be reunited with Jenova. When Cloud arrives to rescue them, he is overpowered by Kadaj's gang but is saved by his old comrade Vincent Valentine. Demoralized by his failure, Cloud asks if sin can ever be truly forgiven, to which Vincent calmly replies that he has never tried to forgive. Cloud decides to keep fighting and returns to the city, where Kadaj has summoned Bahamut SIN and other monsters to terrorize the population. With the help of his companions from Final Fantasy VII, Cloud engages and defeats the monsters.
A filmben két év telt el azóta, hogy Midgar romjai a béke megteremtéséért hozott áldozatok örök mementójaként állnak. A világra azonban hamarosan új veszedelem leselkedik: egy viharos gyorsasággal terjedő rejtélyes betegség. A régi ellenségek is felélénkülnek, így Cloud, aki megannyi hőstett után visszavonult, és a magányos életet választotta, ismét színre kell hogy lépjen.
Voice cast / Hangok
- Takahiro Sakurai/Steve Burton as Cloud Strife. Sakurai and Burton had already performed the role in the video game Kingdom Hearts.
- Ayumi Ito/Rachael Leigh Cook as Tifa Lockhart.:22 Nomura felt that Ito's "husky" voice would offer a good contrast with Maaya Sakamoto.:22
- Maaya Sakamoto/Mena Suvari as Aerith Gainsborough.:22
- Shōgo Suzuki/Steve Blum as Vincent Valentine.:49 Nomura wanted Cloud and Vincent to have noticeably different voices because the characters were otherwise quite similar. Since Vincent was older and more mature than Cloud, his role was given to Suzuki, who has a very low voice.:49
- Shotaro Morikubo/Steve Staley as Kadaj.:26–31 Morikubo had difficulties voicing him because of the character's unstable personality and needed time to adjust to the role.:26–31
- Kenji Nomura/Fred Tatasciore as Loz.:54–57 Nomura was told by the staff to voice Loz as an "idiot" character.:54–57
- Yūji Kishi/Dave Wittenberg as Yazoo.:54–57
- Toshiyuki Morikawa/George Newbern as Sephiroth.:22 Morikawa was instructed to pronounce Sephiroth's lines in such a way that his words would convey his feelings of superiority. In tandem with this, the voice director and Morikawa agreed to make Sephiroth's voice sound always calm, as if he never fears the slightest possibility of defeat.:22
- Yumi Kakazu/Christy Carlson Romano as Yuffie Kisaragi.:52
- Masahiro Kobayashi/Beau Billingslea as Barret Wallace.:46
- Keiji Fujiwara/Quinton Flynn as Reno.:38
- Taiten Kusunoki/Crispin Freeman as Rude.:40
- Tōru Ōkawa/Wally Wingert as Rufus Shinra.:37
- Kenichi Suzumura/Rick Gomez as Zack Fair.:56
- Hideo Ishikawa/Greg Ellis as Cait Sith:55
- Masachika Ichimura/Liam O'Brien as Red XIII / Nanaki:55
- Kazuhiro Yamaji/Chris Edgerly as Cid Highwind
|Directed by||Tetsuya Nomura|
|Written by||Kazushige Nojima|
|Music by||Nobuo Uematsu|
|Edited by||Keiichi Kojima|
|Distributed by||Square Enix|
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