|Number of Discs||2|
|Label/Distributor||Sony Music Distribution|
|Original Release Year||2014|
|Audio Track|| Japanese Linear PCM |
Director's cut edition of "Persona 3" theatrical anime on Blu-ray including 7 extra minutes of animation that was not shown in theaters. Includes bonus footage such as promotion video, audio commentary and more. Comes also with soundtrack CD (song and BGM), illustrated gatefold box and jacket, 48-page booklet, super P3 sticker set (10 sheets in which 9 are randomly selected), and 4 illustrated cards.
Special Feature / Bonus Track: audo commentary & bonus video footage
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劇場版ペルソナ3 #1 Spring of Birth [特典CD付完全生産限定版] / アニメ
── 「君は、1日が24時間ではないと言ったら、信じるかい?」1日と1日の狭間にある隠された時間「影時間」。街は動きを止め、人々はオブジェへと姿を変える。そこにはびこる異形の怪物「シャドウ」。それらに対抗できるのは、ペルソナという特殊な力を持つ者だけ。私立月光館学園に転校してきた主人公・結城 理はペルソナの力に覚醒し、同じペルソナ使いたちで構成された特別課外活動部へと引き入れられる。彼らはそれぞれの目的のため、影時間の真相を追ううち、想像を絶する運命と対峙する・・・。 【本編ディスク収録内容】 ・本編映像: 未公開映像を約7分追加した"ディレクターズカット"を収録 ・特典映像: 劇場公開版本編 ・特典映像: PV&CM集 ・特典音声: オーディオコメンタリー ※劇場公開版は Blu-ray 限定版のみの収録となります 【完全生産限定版特典】 ★サントラCD (メインテーマ「More Than One Heart」 + BGMを収録) ★ 渡部圭祐氏描き下ろし 三方背BOX ★描き下ろし デジジャケット ★48Pブックレット ★スーパーP3シール×10枚 (パッケージ特典1枚 + 劇場来場者特典からランダムで9枚) ★イラストカード×4枚 (第1章キービジュアル4種)
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Following the second for Persona 3 The Movie #4: Winter of Rebirthtrailer released last month, a minor news update for the film has been released with today’s full moon.
Dark Hour Radio
The sixth edition of the “Dark Hour Radio” special podcast for Persona 3 The Movie #4 has been released, featuring the voice actor for the protagonist Makoto Yuki, Akira Ishida, and the voice actress for Ken Amada, Megumi Ogata.
This time, the voice actor for Akihiko Sanada, Hikaru Midorikawa, is the featured guest.
The sixth edition of the staff interviews for Persona 3 The movie #4 has been posted, featuring Takashi Sakurai, who is responsible for editing, and Chaen Ichiro, who works on color correction.
A limited edition advance ticket for the movie sold at the “Animate” and “Gamers” Japanese retailers on December 24, 2015, will include an original illustration A3 clear poster. It will go for 2,040 yen (tax included).
The previous trailer for the movie can be seen below.
The time of destruction is coming ever closer without a doubt. It cannot be stopped.”
To know death, to gaze at death, to face death.
Makoto and his allies have grown through the many meetings and partings they have experienced.
Their fight might not be for the sake of the world, but for themselves. Even so, they have continued to fight, believing that there are peaceful days waiting at the end of the battle.
However, a boy says that destruction is the fate that humanity must shoulder. The boy they believed to be their friend tells them the truth of the situation without an emotion on his face.
The season changes to winter. Makoto makes a decision in order to greet the spring that is waiting beyond….
Tomohisa Taguchi from Persona 3 The Movie #2: Midsummer Knight’s Dream will reprise his role as director of the movie, and Seiji Kishi returns as the supervisor. The art director from the second film, Zenou Tanioka, will return for the fourth movie following Toshihiro Kohama who had that role in the third film. “Junpei Takatsu is the composite and visual director.”
Rest of the Returning Staff from A-1 Pictures
Scripts: Jun Kumagai
Character Design: Keisuke Watabe
Persona Design: Kyouma Aki
Prop Design: Shinobu Tsuneki
Color Coordination: Saori Goda
Art design: Kaoru Aoki (Bihou)
Editing: Takashi Sakurai
Music: Shoji Meguro, Tetsuya Kobayashi
Sound Director: Satoki Iida
Action Director: Ryo Tanaka
The Persona 3 The Movieseries is produced by AIC ASTA and distributed by Aniplex. The first film, Spring of Birth, released in theaters on November 23, 2013. The second film, Midsummer Knight’s Dream, was released on June 7, 2014. The third, Falling Down, was released on April 4, 2015.
Anime: Persona 3 the Movie
Persona 3: 10 Things You Didn't Know About The Movies
The famed JRPRG created by Atlus, Persona 3, has been adapted into a trilogy of movies. Here are 10 things you may not have known about them.
Persona 3 is perhaps the first really popular game in the Persona video game series. At the least, it is the one that has fostered numerous adaptations, including its own manga and, even more impressively, a series of films.
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The trilogy, with the films titled Spring of Birth, Midsummer Knight’s Dream, and Falling Down, each stand alone as their own stories, but as a group, they tell the complete story of the Persona 3 game, making them a complete narrative when watched all together. But there are plenty of things that fans may not know about the films and their products and how they relate to the game.
10 The Director Was Concerned About The Difficulty Of Adapting The Game
Persona 3 is a roleplaying game, so it is incredibly interactive at its core. The game can go in different narrative directions, with the characters having different relationships, depending on their choices. Director Nariaki Akitaya was worried about making sure that the first film still felt engaging for fans of the game since they go from a more interactive role in the narrative to just a watching role in the film.
9 The Biggest Challenge To The Film Was Creating The Protagonist
As any fan of the Persona games knows, the main characters are just named the Protagonist until the game player names them and helps shape their personalities by making choices for them and choosing their dialogue throughout the game. Creating a main character for the film was challenging, as the character needed to be someone engaging to fans despite not being able to create the character themselves. Akitaya tried to create a character named Makoto Yuki, who captured the most general traits that players give the Protagonist.
8 The Game’s Composer Scored The Music For The First Film
Shoji Meguro, who composed the music for the Persona 3 game, came onboard to also do the music for Spring of Birth, aiming to recreate some of the game's musical motifs that fans like. However, he didn’t score the subsequent films. Tetsuya Kobayashi took over a role.
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He did, however, make individual musical tracks for the soundtracks of both Midsummer Knight’s Dream and Falling to help keep the feel of the game.
7 The Film’s Titles Help To Show The Passage Of Time
Most Persona games take place over the course of a year, often a school year, and the passage of time helps determine what events will happen in each portion of the game. The titles of the films help reflect just when they’re taking place, with sometimes punny or tongue-in-cheek titles to show what season, in particular, the events are happening: Spring of Birth taking place in spring, Midsummer Knight’s Dream taking place in summer, and Falling taking place in autumn.
6 The Supporting Characters Don’t All Appear In Every Film To The Same Degree
Because of the limited scope of films that are interpreting a video game story that can take more than 60 hours to play in its entirety, the supporting cast's roles have to be adjusted somewhat. Some characters, like Koromaru, Ken, and Aigis, don’t appear in the first film, debuting instead in Midsummer Knight’s Dream, while others, like Junpei, Mitsuru, and Fuka, who did appear in Spring of Birth, don’t have as much fo a role in the sequel film to spotlight the new characters.
5 The Film Uses Visual Motifs To Hint At Plot Developments
In Spring of Birth, any time that Makoto participates in a full-moon operation and manages to use their Personas to defeat a Shadow. A small blue butterfly is seen flying across the screen. This is not explained during the film and, in fact, isn’t explained until the final film, Falling. This is revealed to be a visual shorthand; it symbolizes that Makoto has obtained an Arcanas and that Pharos has regained a piece of his memories.
4 Falling Down Features Two Characters Not From The Original Game
As with many popular games, Persona 3 has had a few ports, which allow the game to be played on other consoles besides the one it was originally designed for. One of these is Persona 3 Portable. This is the first Persona game to feature the option to follow a Female Protagonist instead of a Male Protagonist.
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On the Female Protagonist’s game route, two characters, Rio and Saori, are introduced, who otherwise don’t appear in Persona 3. Despite this, they are both featured in Falling Down.
3 There Is An Easter Egg In Midsummer Knight’s Dream
Anyone familiar with the Persona games knows about Phoenix Ranger Featherman R, a super sentai show along the same lines as Power Rangers, which exists in the Persona universe. While the films don’t directly reference this series's existence, there is an easter egg at the Summer Festival that gives a little wink toward fans. At a display, the five masks of the characters can be seen hanging in a scene's background.
2 A Statue Appears In Kyoto During Falling Down
The characters spend time in Kyoto in Falling, and there’s actually another easter egg here, though it is also a bit of a hint of what’s to come. When moving around and exploring the city on the second and third days, a statue appears that isn’t present on the first day. The statue is of Suzaku, a demon that appears in the series. Suzaku is also a Chinese folklore figure, which also plays a role in the game and films.
1 The Characters Appearances Are Modified Slightly
Persona 3’s characters are designed to be animated on 3D models, which is different from animating them for a 2D film. This means that some of their character details are changed to look more natural onscreen. Some things are different that didn’t necessarily have to change but make the characters look more unique to the film. For example, some of them have different hair colors or eye colors.
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Next8 Anime Characters Who Are Faster Than Light (& 7 Who Aren't)About The Author
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6 Anime Movies Like Persona 3 the Movie 1: Spring of Birth [Recommendations]
Atlus is a very smart company. They always make sure to put out only products that will be “on brand” and as such, have developed a very loyal following of gamers across the world for their long, deep gameplay, thousands of possibilities, and dungeons galore. They have also forayed into the anime and movie world as well starting with the Persona 3 series. Titled Spring of Birth, the first of four–that’s right there are four of them–anime movies, it introduces us to the world of Persona 3.
When the clock strikes midnight, the Dark Hour appears. No one knows about it other than a very small number of people. Most humans are simply trapped in coffins, which is fine because they are safe from Shadows which roam the globe. However, sometimes a human does find themselves in this other world and that happens again with our main character, Makoto. After being saved, he meets a secret group called SEES that fights against shadows by calling from a power deep within called Persona. Soon, Makoto learns that there is a deep truth not only behind the summoning of personas, but that he is going to have to work together with his fellow SEES members to protect the world from what happens during the Dark Hour.
If you’re a fan of the Persona series, love the fantasy that comes along with P3, or if you just love the concept of a reality or society layered on top of the normal, everyday one, then this is for you. As a plus, while they can go back and forth between reality, the Persona 3 movie also shares similar characteristics with the Isekai genre. If you loved it and are craving for more, check out six more anime movies just like it!
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