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||IMDB Rating: 7.7/10 from votes
||Release: 26 April 2012 (Russia) /
||Genre: Action, Adventure, Animation
||Stars: Aki Toyosaki, Hiroaki Iwanaga, Hiroshi Arikawa, Hôchû Ôtsuka, Kazuki Yao, Kendô Kobayashi, Kenta Miyake, Minako Kotobuki, Nobuyuki Katsube, Rikiya Koyama, Takahiro Fujiwara, Takahiro Sakurai, Toa Yukinari, Yoshiro Matsumoto, Yuki Kaji
||Synopsis: This arc is a flashback showing Guts' youth and what led him to become the Black Swordsman. Guts grows up as a young mercenary until his enrollment in the Band of the Hawk. He develops complex relationships with Casca and Griffith, the Band's charismatic leader and holder of the Crimson Behelit, who leads the Band to its rise to prominence within the Midland army. Griffith is elevated from his commoner status to the nobility, causing some resentment, and after sleeping with the King's daughter, Griffith is imprisoned, and the Hawks are declared outlaws. The Hawks manage to rescue Griffith, only to find him broken mentally and physically. From a conventional medieval European background, the story shifts to fantasy and horror, with the apparition of the Eclipse ceremony that ends with the destruction of the Band, as per Griffith's sacrifice in order to become Femto, the fifth member of the God Hand, and reclaim his path towards his dream. Only with help from the enigmatic Skull ... Written by http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berserk_(manga)
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Few stories can capture your mind and soul in a visceral way from the
beginning, and never leave you. Berserk is one of them.
Written and illustrated by the legendary manga artist Kentaro Miura,
Berserk (ベルセルク) is an epic fantasy saga that knows no time, no
boundaries, and no has end. It tells the story of a Guts (ガッツ, Gattsu),
a boy born from the corpse of a woman hung on a battlefield, who
struggles to fight his unfortunate destiny. Set in a fictional version
of medieval Europe, Gatsu is a young mercenary who travels with no
direction nor purpose, swinging his huge sword in merciless fights in
order to survive. He buries his blade deep into the flesh of his
opponents, fighting like a madmen in battle, reminiscent of the nordic
berserks, coming closer and closer to death, maybe to finally feel
alive. His life is meaningless, his actions have no honor nor reason,
except survival. He strives to escape his nature, that of a man born
from a dead body, already between this world and the other, with
nothing to lose except his miserable life.
That is, until he meets Griffith, the impossibly beautiful and
charismatic leader of the undefeated mercenary band called "the Band of
the Hawk" (鷹の団 Taka no Dan). This encounter will forever change his
life, and that of everyone else.
Beware, Berserk is not an ordinary series. It is hard, violent, and not
easy to follow. There are no flashbacks constantly reminding you of
what happened before, no fill-in episodes, no sweetening of the pill.
It is a solid punch of crude reality hitting you in the stomach, and
you have no way of guarding yourself. Miura's genius permeates in each
page, down to every minute detail. The themes treated are difficult,
and never simplified for the sake of the reader. Reality has no
shortcuts, no easy way, and that is reflected in the story. The
characters in Berserk are genuine, real, endlessly complicated,
troubled. They hold secrets, they cheat, murder, conspire, but they are
also capable of great kindness. Friendship, ambition, causality, the
supernatural, our ambivalent nature, the struggle for power, love and
hate. Twenty-two years in, still going strong, in what is possibly one
of the greatest stories ever told.
With that premise, you would think that the task of turning such a
story into a series of animated feature films would be arduous. And you
would be right. Only an animation studio capable of immense greatness
could be up to the task. STUDIO4°C is one such group.
From the opening scene we know what kind of film we are dealing with. A
clear, peaceful blue sky is contrasted by the presence of ominous birds
flying in circles, while balls of fire fly over them. Guts looks up at
the sky with sad eyes, a scar in the middle of his nose and a helmet on
his head immediately tell us what he is. A heartless mercenary. The
deaden sound of the blasting gives us a hint of where we are.
Everything moves slowly, as if underwater, or inside a womb. How
appropriate for someone who was born in a battlefield, who is neither
truly alive nor dead, until he begins to fight. Gatsu's heart starts
pounding, as he watches a black hawk fall down, the sound increases,
until the bird drops dead in the middle of the fight, crushed beneath
the boots of armed mercenaries, assaulting a castle. That is the time
when the sound rises up at full blast, and we are catapulted into the
The fight is cruel and violent, unlike anything I have even seen. The
Lord of the Rings, Braveheart, Game of Thrones, list what you want,
nothing compares to the level of horrifying realism that Berserk has to
offer. The animation is top notch, the colours vivid and stunning, you
could take any frame from the film, hang it on the wall, and it would
work as a painting on itself.
The soundtrack by Shiro Sagisu is perfectly calibrated to match the
already spectacular animation sequence, the epic chorus elevates the
scenes to a sense of greatness, without ever overdoing it. The first
eight minutes are a masterpiece of action down to the last second,
flawlessly directed by the talented Toshiyuki Kubooka.
In every moment we can see something in motion, be it the clouds in the
background or the hair on someone's face, the level of maniacal details
is lessened only by the overuse of 3D animation (which is a bit
irritating at times). But action sequences of crude violence, great
animation, and impeccable sound effects are just a spec of dust in the
whole opera. The real value lies in the moments of silence, when the
characters quietly ponder about their lives, or study each other,
looking into their souls. We can see through their fears, their dreams
and aspirations, their hate, without them needing to utter many words.
And the few words that are spoken weight a million tons.
Berserk Golden Age Arc I: The Egg of the King covers volumes 4,5 and
half of 6, each of which requires a few hours to read, all delivered in
70 minutes. As you can imagine, they had to make some choices and not
everything was included. When this happens, the story usually loses
value, the characters are simplified, and everything becomes dull.
Surprisingly, this is not the case here. The first part of the Berserk
Saga Project, which should cover the Golden Age Arc of Berserk does not
disappoint. In fact, it excels, in both execution and presentation. The
climatic drama and the anticipated tragedy yet to come reach the peak
at the end of the film, accompanied by an epic final score by Susumu
STUDIO4°C has delivered a compelling and engaging story, masterfully
animated and directed, which breathed life to Miura's pencil, and gave
Full review: http://goo.gl/8HNpB
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, Hiroaki Iwanaga
, Hiroshi Arikawa
, Hôchû Ôtsuka
, Kazuki Yao
, Kendô Kobayashi
, Kenta Miyake
, Minako Kotobuki
, Nobuyuki Katsube
, Rikiya Koyama
, Takahiro Fujiwara
, Takahiro Sakurai
, Toa Yukinari
, Yoshiro Matsumoto
, Yuki Kaji
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