This movie is definitely worth watching at least once, and even if you haven't watched the Fullmetal Alchemist TV series, this movie is wonderful. The composer Ochima Michiru does beautiful work in this movie, making the climaxes and such very distinct and gives it depth and emotional balance, which is also achieved in the TV series. With its heartful characters and moving storyline, it is almost hard to believe that this gripping fantasy is not happening right in front of your very eyes.
The Final Battle Lies in the Hands of Two Brothers
It is 1923 in Munich. Two years have passed since Edward Elric's sacrifice ripped him out of his world and into ours, separating him from his younger brother, Alphonse. In that time, Ed's continued research into rocketry as allied him with Alphonse Hiederich, a fellow researcher who oddly resembles Ed's brother.
Progress has been slow, however, and Ed has become discouraged. But when he saves a quiet Gypsy girl with the power to read minds, Ed is quickly pulled into a plot by the Thule Society and the burgeoning Nazi Party the could drag both worlds into a terrible war.
Back in his own world, Al has been unlocking new secrets of alchemy and gaining incredible powers, all in the hopes of finding Ed.
Battling the occult, ideological extremists, and monstrous Homunculi lurking in the shadows, can the brothers find a way to reunite without causing chaos and bloodshed? What will happen when the world of alchemy and the world of modern science collide?
- The Making of Fullmetal Alchemist - The Movie
- Japanese Theatrical and TV Trailers
- Production Art Image Gallery
- Region 4
- Standard Edition
- 1.78 : 1
- Dolby Digital Surround 5.1
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