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Shōjo☆Kageki Revue Starlight (少女☆歌劇 レヴュースタァライト, Shōjo☆Kageki Revyū Sutāraito) is a Japanese-language theatrical animation produced by Kinema Citrus and Bushiroad. It was released in theaters across Japan on June 4, 2021.

The film is a continuation of, and not to be confused with the anime of the same title, and tells an entirely new original story set against its main characters' third year at Seisho Music Academy.

Staff[]

  • Original work by Bushiroad, Nelke Planning and Kinema Citrus
  • Directed by Tomohiro Furukawa
  • Written by Tatsuto Higuchi
  • Character designs by Hiroyuki Saida
  • Deputy direction by Takushi Koide
  • Chief animation direction by Sachiko Yasuda and Tomoko Sato
  • Mechanical designs by Takeshi Takakura and Yasuyoshi Uezu
  • Design co-operation by Akika Ozato and Shiori Tani
  • Graphic designs by Yuto Hama and Mao Yamaguchi
  • Color designs by Chie Yoshimura
  • Art direction by Kentaro Akiyama and Kenji Fukuda
  • 3D-CG direction by Hisayasu Kamiya
  • Cinematography by Kazuto Izumida
  • Editing by Masayuki Kurosawa
  • Sound direction by Haru Yamada
  • Music by Tatsuya Kato and Yoshiaki Fujisawa with lyrics by Kanata Nakamura
  • Animation production by Kinema Citrus
  • Produced by Revue Starlight Production Committee

Cast[]

Synopsis[]

"Starlight" - the story of a distant star, from long ago, and in the far future.
Two girls, who were struck by the glimmer of the stage in this play, exchanged their destinies.
"Two people's stars, waiting on stage."

To burn out ordinary fun and joy and fulfill our destinies.
A destiny to become a blast furnace at just five years old.

-- What a danger.

Eventually the two will meet again.
One continues to stand on the stage of tragedy, the other jumps in, separates, jumps into, rewrites their destinies... and creates a new chapter full of light.

No girl has ever had her eyes burned by or fallen from the tower, nor has she ever been imprisoned.
Then... what is the end of that new chapter?

"Starlight" is a story of an unknown author.
No one knows where the glimmer comes from and where it goes.
Nor do they know who is "starring" in this story.

But, I want to see it.

Hey -- Karen Aijo, a third-year student at Seisho Music Academy?[1]

Summary[]

TBA

Revues[]

Note: Bolded names indicate the winner of the Revue.
WARNING: This section may contain spoilers for the anime and the movie. It is not recommended to be read unless one has seen both.


Music[]

Tatsuya Katō and Yoshiaki Fujisawa, the original soundtrack composers for the anime series, returned with twelve new original soundtrack pieces for the film, six from each composer alone. Kanata Nakamura returned to write the insert songs which a variety of composers and arrangers, some returning, took charge of.

Insert Songs[]

Note: All songs written by Kanata Nakamura.

Blu-ray[]

The film will be released on Blu-ray in Japan on December 22, 2021. Similar to its prequel film, it will be released in a three-sided box set containing a variety of physical extras, chief among them three discs: one a Blu-ray disc for the main feature that can be viewed with lossless surround and stereo audio tracks, one a Blu-ray disc containing exclusive, never-before-seen extra content related to the film, and one a CD featuring a new song performed by Starlight Kuku Gumi.

The release was announced during the live part of the final performance of the third stage play on August 1, 2021, with pre-orders opening on August 6, 2021.[2] Stores which the Blu-ray can be purchased from come with special physical bonus content such as posters and other exclusive content.[3]

Videos[]

Trivia[]

  • The film was originally set for release on May 21, but was pushed back to June 4 due to the Japanese government declaring a state of emergency following an increase of cases related to the COVID-19 pandemic.[4]

References[]

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