Ranked #57

Steins;Gate: Fuka Ryouiki no Déjà vu

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Steins Gate Movie
Japanese: 劇場版 シュタインズゲート 負荷領域のデジャヴ


Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 20, 2013
Studios: White Fox
Source: Original
Genres: Sci-Fi, Thriller
Duration: 1 hr. 30 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


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Ranked: #572
Popularity: #236
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The film takes place one year after the events of the anime series. After going through a painstaking journey across multiple "World Lines" due to the invention of "D-Mail," text messages that can be sent to the past, Rintarou Okabe has assumedly landed in the "Steins Gate" World Line, in which none of his friends would have to die and a future ruled by SERN due to the invention of a time machine no longer exists. However, Rintarou soon starts feeling the side effects of his constant time traveling across multiple World Lines, which soon builds up and causes Rintarou to suddenly vanish from existence, with only Kurisu Makise, the girl who he had saved thanks to his efforts, remembering him through déjà vu. It is now up to Kurisu to find a way to get Rintarou back.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Okabe, Rintarou
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Miyano, Mamoru
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Makise, Kurisu
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Imai, Asami
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Shiina, Mayuri
Shiina, Mayuri
Hanazawa, Kana
Hanazawa, Kana
Amane, Suzuha
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Tamura, Yukari
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Hamasaki, Hiroshi
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Sato, Takuya
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Kato, Toshiyuki
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Itou, Kanako
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Theme Song Performance

Opening Theme

"Anata no Eranda Kono Toki wo (あなたの選んだこの時を)" by Kanako Ito

Ending Theme

"Itsumo Kono Basho de (いつもこの場所で)" by Ayane

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Dec 19, 2013
*Minor spoilers ahead*

How does one continue a story that has already wrapped up perfectly? The announcement of a Steins;Gate sequel film was inevitably met by both caution and anticipation. Like the concept of travelling backwards in time, Steins;Gate: Fuka Ryouiki no Déjà vu is a paradox. It does not need to exist, and yet it still has every right to.

It could have been an ordinary piece of fanservice, a throwaway story, and some would have been perfectly content with that. It could have been a forgettable prequel or even a retelling of the TV series' story. There were so many options available that you can't read more
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Dec 5, 2013
'No one knows what the future holds. That's why its potential is infinite.' - Rintarou Okabe (from Steins;Gate)

Steins;Gate: Fuka Ryouiki no Déjà vu is quite simply a thrilling, romantic and beautifully heart-warming experience.

The Story: 9/10
Under the production of White Fox, the original Steins;Gate anime made in 2011 has received it's long waited movie arrival. The original Steins;Gate anime was under high critical acclaim, and was successful in both Japan and Western countries where it was the spotlight anime for the year. And it had such a great reason to be there. It was quite simply stunning. Shortly afterwards, the special of Steins;Gate was released and read more
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May 31, 2013
Now I will start off by explaining this: I watched this movie in Shinjuku one week after it came out. Being my first real anime I saw on the silver screen, plus the fact that I am a Steins;Gate fan may impair my judgement. You have been warned.

Steins;Gate:Fuka Ryouiki no Deja vu, or "The burden of Deja Vu" is the absolute ending to Steins;Gate. Need I say more? Yes? Well, let's get into the details while avoiding as many spoilers as I can.

This movie is a sequel, after the bonus episode "Oukoubakko no Poriomania", and it acts as a finale to the series, closing loop read more
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Jan 16, 2014
There are two kinds of anime movies from existing franchises. The first is made because the creators wanted to continue the story in movie format. The second is made because the original TV series gave them a lot of money and they didn't want to waste the brand. Steins;Gate is the second type. Of that second type there are three further types. The first is the rarely used complete rewrite where the creators decided to fuck the original story and make up an entirely new ones because they've got so much creative juices they can't be bound by canon. This was not the Steins;Gate movie, read more
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Both have same background story. However steins:gate giving more detail about their story on their series so its more make sense than Kumo no Mukou.
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Steins;Gate: Fuka Ryouiki no Déjà vu appears to have been influenced by Kimagure Orange Road in various ways. They both use some similar time-travel plot elements, as well as alluding to parallel universes and having a sort-of-tsundere female lead.

The last few episodes of Kimagure in particular has a similar plot, where the protagonist's time-travel to the past causes ripple effects in the future which he needs to fix, and along the way he meets a younger version of someone he knows.

The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya was also influenced by Kimagure Orange Road, which explains some of the similarities between the Haruhi  read more 
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