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Steins;Gate: Fuka Ryouiki no Déjà vu

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

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 20, 2013
Genres: Sci-Fi, Thriller
Duration: 1 hr. 30 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company

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Score: 8.651 (scored by 61716 users)
Ranked: #552
Popularity: #253
Members: 106,289
Favorites: 560
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Synopsis

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.

(Source: Wikipedia)

Related Anime

Adaptation: Gekijouban Steins;Gate: Fuka Ryouiki no Déjà vu
Prequel: Steins;Gate: Oukoubakko no Poriomania

Characters & Voice Actors

Makise, Kurisu
Makise, Kurisu
Main
Nishimura, Trina
English
Nishimura, Trina
Imai, Asami
Japanese
Imai, Asami
Okabe, Rintarou
Okabe, Rintarou
Main
Miyano, Mamoru
Japanese
Miyano, Mamoru
Tatum, J. Michael
English
Tatum, J. Michael
Akiha, Rumiho
Akiha, Rumiho
Supporting
Momoi, Haruko
Japanese
Momoi, Haruko
Saxton, Jad
English
Saxton, Jad
Amane, Suzuha
Amane, Suzuha
Supporting
Tamura, Yukari
Japanese
Tamura, Yukari
Leigh, Cherami
English
Leigh, Cherami

Staff

Sato, Takuya
Director
Hamasaki, Hiroshi
Director
Itou, Kanako
Theme Song Performance
Ayane
Theme Song Performance



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Dec 19, 2013
Veronin
[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
Xelyth
'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: 10/10
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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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Dec 23, 2013
bellellis
Good art, and songs don't help much when the 90 minutes or so the movie lasts are bursting by the seams from characters working so hard to remind us of their primary personality traits they seem like caricatures of themselves, and everyone's favorite running gags sometimes seeming to barely have time to be finished in their most basic forms before another one is brought up, perhaps in order not to disappoint anyone. The plot is not much but an afterthought, a new strange consequence of the trouble in the show thought up to give Kurisu some time in Okabe's well-covered original plight. The high points read more
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May 31, 2013
facesforce
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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Recommendations

Okay, so that person you're in deep, denial-y love with suddenly disappears! What do you do!? Risk screwing everything over in a crazy attempt to get them back? Or (snrk) just accept a world without them? Questions both asked and answered by these two absolutely wonderful movies, both of which provide some good closure to their respective preceding TV series.
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.
If we talk about romance , of course Steins;gate is no match for makoto shinkai. But if we talk which one is more entertain, Steins;gate is the winner

I suggest Steins;gate deja vu movie because the story was close enough with Kumo no Mukou but of course you need to watch the series for more detail.
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Both deal with alternate realities and amazing characters. The shows deal with deep questions about over coming obstacles in life to escape an endless stream ... which reality would you chose?
The '80s show Kimagure Orange Road appears to have inspired Steins;Gate: Fuka Ryouiki no Déjà vu in some ways.

They uses some similar time-travel storytelling techniques. This becomes more apparent towards the climax, where someone needs to go back in time to the past to save a loved one, a younger version of whom they meet along the way.

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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