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Evangelion 1.11 - You Are (Not) Alone (2007) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Regular Edition) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A

Anno Hideaki (Director)
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Rebuild of EVANGELION - Evangelion: 1.11 You Are (Not) Alone comes with the digitally remastered version of Evangelion: You Are (Not) Alone with new cut scenes.

Neon Genesis Evangelion is back - not that it ever really went anywhere. Since the original 26-episode TV series premiered in the mid-nineties, the anime's legend has only continued to grow, amounting to a small industry of manga, DVDs, action figures, model kits, and other merchandise that remains popular with anime fans worldwide. The series eventually hit the big screen, with a trilogy of films released in 1997, summarizing and capping off the series, but creator Anno Hideaki is not done with Evangelion yet. With a revamped storyline and additional, improved animation, Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone brings the series back to the big screen, leading off an ambitious teratology of films dubbed Rebuild of Evangelion.

Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone retells roughly the first six episodes of Neon Genesis Evangelion, including Shinji Ikari's reunion with his estranged father, Gendo Ikari, and Shinji's introduction to EVA-01, the giant robot he's destined to pilot. Key characters Misato Katsuragi and Rei Ayanami are introduced, and viewers are given their first taste of the series' famously deep storyline, which mixes science fiction, war, psychology, theology, and existentialism into a single compelling work. Evangelion is famous for delivering not one, but two separate endings via the television series and the theatrical film End of Evangelion, and fandom has long been divided on which, if any of the endings truly fits the series. Creator-director Anno has the rare chance to return to his work a third time to deliver yet another possible ending to the saga, but Anno also promises that this new work will be accessible and enjoyable for both new and old Evangelion fans.

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Product Title: Evangelion 1.11 - You Are (Not) Alone (2007) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Regular Edition) (Hong Kong Version) 福音戰士新劇場版:序 (2007) (Blu-ray) (平裝版) (香港版) 福音战士新剧场版:序 (2007) (Blu-ray) (平装版) (香港版) ヱヴァンゲリヲン 新劇場版:序 Evangelion 1.11 - You Are (Not) Alone (2007) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Regular Edition) (Hong Kong Version)
Director: Anno Hideaki 庵野秀明 庵野秀明 庵野秀明 Anno Hideaki
Blu-ray Region Code: A - Americas (North, Central and South except French Guiana), Korea, Japan, South East Asia (including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan) What is it?
Release Date: 2020-09-03
Language: Cantonese, Japanese
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese
Place of Origin: Japan
Picture Format: [HD] High Definition What is it?
Sound Information: Dolby Digital 2.0, Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS-HD Master Audio
Disc Format(s): 50 GB - Double Layer, Blu-ray
Screen Resolution: 1080p (1920 x 1080 progressive scan)
Video Codecs: AVC (MPEG-4 Part 10)
Rating: IIB
Duration: 101 (mins)
Publisher: NFi (HK)
Package Weight: 120 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1095088206

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Director: Hideaki Anno
Starring: Megumi Ogata (Voice)
Megumi Hayashibara (Voice)
Yuko Miyamura (Voice)

Evangelion: 1.11 You Are (Not) Alone retells roughly the first six episodes of Neon Genesis Evangelion, including Shinji Ikari's reunion with his estranged father, Gendo Ikari, and Shinji's introduction to EVA-01, the giant robot he's destined to pilot
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October 5, 2010

This professional review refers to Evangelion 1.11: You Are (Not) Alone (DVD) (US Version)
With the original anime series having screened back in the mid 1990s, followed by a variety of follow up features and reworkings that aimed to provide new endings and clarity, fans would be forgiven for thinking that Anno Hideaki's Evangelion is a riddle that is never likely to be fully resolved. Still, given the vast and ambiguous mythology underpinning the series and it's much loved and debated characters, not to mention the unbelievable amount of merchandise and fan created material that it has inspired, it is perhaps unsurprising that he would return to it once more. He has done so in fittingly ambitious fashion, envisioning a new collection of big screen film length productions featuring new animation, storylines and even characters which he has referred to as the Rebuild of Evangelion.

For the benefit of newcomers, the series takes place in 2015 after most of the world's population has been killed in a mysterious turn of the millennium disaster referred to as Second Impact. The first of the new trilogy basically covers the first six or so episodes of the series, introducing viewers to the 14 year old Shinji Ikari as he arrives in Tokyo-3 for a reunion with his reunion with his estranged scientist father, Gendo Ikari. Unbeknownst to him, his father has actually summoned him as a pilot for a giant robot called EVA-01, to be used in battles against massive alien enemies called Angels. Taken in by a kind hearted but wayward young woman called Misato Katsuragi, Shinji struggles with his destiny while finding the courage to take control of the bio-engineered machine and trying to break the icy veneer of fellow pilot Rei Ayanami.

For the most part, Evangelion 1.11 - You Are (Not) Alone sticks to the events of the original episodes that it covers, and acts mainly as a summary rather than attempting to change much. On this level it works well, with Anno having focused the action around key moments, and to an extent streamlining the opening of the series into a more coherent whole. Although this may sound as if the film is aimed predominantly towards newcomers of the series, there are a number of subtle changes which certainly make it worthwhile for long time fans, and which mark it as far more than a mere curiosity piece. Interestingly, although in this truncated version some character details are smoothed over, this works very well, retaining the kind of ambiguity and challenging moral explorations that the series is known for. At the same time, this does make aspects of the plot and motivations more understandable, accessible and arguably more satisfying. Although, perhaps understandably, some diehard fans may have concerns over the squeezing of so much material into a shorter running time, the film certainly does justice to the source, and most would be hard pressed to spot anything missing.

Given this, the main draw with this first of the new films is the new animation, and in this the film scores highly. Any worries regarding the inappropriate or shabby use of CG animation or inserts (as with Mamoru Oshii's much maligned Ghost in the Shell 2.0 redux) are quickly laid to rest, as the film looks simply amazing. The tweaks to the original animation and visuals and the new inserts are seamlessly woven together, giving the work a timeless quality. The battle scenes between the EVAs and the Angels, and their destructive aftermaths in particular are noticeably more spectacular, adding to the apocalyptic atmosphere.

As such, though the idea of yet again revisiting such a sacred series may sit uncomfortably with some purists, Evangelion 1.11 - You Are (Not) Alone arguably sees Anno Hideaki finally having the tools, budget and huge canvas needed to fully realise his vision. Indeed, the film works well both for long time fans and newcomers, and serves as an excellent reminder of the power of the series - not to mention promising that it might finally, perhaps, get the definitive conclusion it deserves and provide the answers that have been elusive for so long.

by James Mudge - BeyondHollywod.com

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Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10 (1)

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September 1, 2011

This customer review refers to Evangelion 1.11: You Are (Not) Alone (DVD) (US Version)
A new spin! :D Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
After waiting so long for "something" new with EVA, I was so happy when this project was announced. When they kept just re-releasing the series in platinum editions, I was really itching for something more. Man does Anno Hideaki ever deliver!

This is an amazing remake with everything from graphics to character development. I am glad it was decided to do this in movie installments. It makes long-time fans more accepting of slight changes in the storyline. If the entire series had been remade, I think the pressure of sticking to the original story would have been stifling for the director's creative ideas.

I also love how almost all of the american dub voice actors were called in for this project. I'm sure it must have been a bit tough since this series was released in the 1990's and EVA is now under FUNimation instead of ADV.
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