Shôjo kakumei Utena: Adolescence mokushiroku (1999)



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Titolo originale: Shôjo kakumei Utena: Adolescence mokushiroku–>
Genere: Animazione, Commedia, Drammatico–>
Durata: 85–>
Nazione: Japan–>
Regia:

  • Kunihiko Ikuhara

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Scritto da:

  • Yoji Enokido (sceneggiatura)
  • Kunihiko Ikuhara (storia)

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Produzione:

  • Tomoji Matsukura (regista)
  • Atsushi Moriyama (regista)
  • Toshimichi Ohtsuki (regista)

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Musiche:

  • Shinkichi Mitsumune
  • J.A. Seazer

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Trama del film:

A handsome youth by the name of Tenjo Utena transfers to the distinguished Ohtori Academy. But Utena's true identity is actually a girl, who due to a certain event from her past, has decided to cross-dress in order to fulfill the highest of ambitions. But at Ohtori Academy she meets none other than her old lover, Kiryuu Touga, who wears the Mark of the Rose on his finger, which is the sign of a duellist. Because of her possessing the exact same ring, Utena is challenged by the student body vice president, Saionji Kyouichi, to a duel in the floating rose garden. The reason for this duel is none other than the acquisition of the "Rose Bride"'s body, for with it comes the "power to revolutionize the world." Written by L.H. Wong <[email protected]>

Utena has it all. Beauty. Passion. Faith. A sense of justice. She is the idol of her classmates at the exclusive Ohtori Academy. And yet, she is driven by a childhood memory of a prince on a white horse who comforted her when she was grieving over her parents' death, and who gave her an enigmatic signet ring emblazoned with a rose crest. This memory drives Utena to do the impossible: To become a prince, herself, as she duels the members of the Student Council to protect the mysterious "Rose Bride." Written by Anonymous

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1 Comment

  1.  

    galensaysyes said

    February 27 2012 @ 19:48

    Is there a rule that feature versions of anime series have to be
    incomprehensible? This one plays almost like an outtake reel, and at
    first I thought the DVD player had scrambled the chapters. It's even
    more obscure than A Girl in Gaea.

    I enjoyed the series a lot, but was disappointed in the plainness of
    its art. I'd always thought that it deserved something more ornate. And
    here it's got it, all right: the movie looks like surrealistic French
    comics. However, the plot is compressed, like the Reader's Digest
    version of "Gone with the Wind" as imagined by Mad magazine
    ("Fiddle-de-dee!" said Scarlett. Bang! "Thank God that bloody war is
    over"). The movie can't seem to keep its mind on its subject. A lot of
    it is showing off by the animators, the characters and plot elements
    are poorly introduced, and most of them are dropped before the end. The
    big secret that Anthy is keeping, or half-keeping, is lost. I also
    missed the ritual of the Absolute Destiny Apocalypse. And I thought it
    was a big mistake was to make the entire setting phantasmagoric; that
    just makes it more difficult to keep the meanings in focus.

    And I didn't understand what the movie was doing with Utena. I've seen
    the manga, and there she seemed to be the same character as in the
    series; here I didn't get her at all, either in the writing or in the
    drawing, and I didn't much like the way they drew her in any case. I
    also didn't like the overt sexuality. The story had more meaning, as
    well as more appeal, when this was kept ambiguous.

    But what a great movie this could have been!

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