Final Fantasy Advent Children 2005 info:-
Final Fantasy Advent Children 2005, A strange disease is decimating the land and it’s up to the Hero cloud to emerge from solitude and defeat a new breed of the enemy in the computer-animated feature that picks up where *Final Fantasy VII left off. It has been two years since the events of *Final Fantasy VII.
and though the ruins of Midgar still stand to show the sacrifices made for peace, a new threat to mankind has arrived. With the citizens of the countryside falling deathly ill and old enemies rising from the ashes to seek revenge, Cloud must leap back into action and help his fellow men lest his solitude leave all of mankind vulnerable to another devastating attack.
Two years have passed since the final battle with Sephiroth. Though Midgar, the city of mako, city of prosperity, has been reduced to ruins, its people slowly but steadily walk the road to reconstruction. However, a mysterious illness called Geostigma torments them.
With no cure in sight, it brings death to the afflicted, one after another, robbing the people of their fledgling hope. Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children is a 2005 Japanese computer-animated science fantasy action drama film directed by Tetsuya Nomura, written by Kazushige Nojima, and produced by Yoshinori Kitase and Shinji Hashimoto.
Final Fantasy Advent Children 2005 Story:-
Cloud is contacted through Tifa and summoned to a meeting with the Shinra Company’s former president Rufus Shinra, who was presumed killed in Final Fantasy VII. Rufus asks for Cloud’s help to stop Kadaj, Loz.
and Yazoo. The trio is physical manifestations of Sephiroth’s surviving spirit, Final Fantasy Advent Children 2005 and are seeking to resurrect him using the remains of the extraterrestrial villain Jenova.
Cloud decides to keep fighting and returns to the city, where Kadaj has summoned Bahamut SIN and other monsters to terrorize the population. With the help of his companions from Final Fantasy VII, Cloud engages and defeats the monsters.
Kadaj confronts Rufus Shinra, who reveals he possesses the box containing Jenova’s remains. He attempts to destroy it, but Kadaj manages to save it and flees the city with his companions. Yazoo and Loz are apparently killed along the way by an explosive planted by Shinra’s agents. Please See More Information…….
Final Fantasy Advent Children 2005 Production:-
Advent Children began as a short film by Visual Works, a company used by Square to develop CGI scenes for their video games, based on Final Fantasy VII. Kazushige Nojima, who had written the script for the game, was brought on to write a 20-minute script, and he decided to write “a story about Cloud and Tifa and the kids”.
The film was planned to focus on the characters of Cloud and Tifa in a similar way to how other titles from Compilation of Final Fantasy VII centered on certain characters; for example, Before Crisis focuses on the Turks, Crisis Core on Zack Fair, and Dirge of Cerberus on Vincent.
Nomura says the film was, in its first manifestation, only going to be 20 minutes long. The original story featured someone requesting a message to be sent to Cloud; the message is then relayed to Cloud through several children, and, when the message finally reaches Cloud, it is revealed who the messenger is. Nomura very much liked the original script, and it became the foundation of the final version.
Final Fantasy Advent Children 2005 Music:-
The music of Final Fantasy VII Advent Children was composed by Nobuo Uematsu, Keiji Kawamori, Kenichiro Fukui, and Tsuyoshi Sekito, and arranged by Fukui, Sekito, Kawamori, Shirō Hamaguchi, and Kazuhiko Toyama. Upon hearing each track, Nomura would make some changes and have the composers re-record the piece.
The ending theme, “Calling”, was written and performed by former Boøwy vocalist Kyosuke Himuro. The soundtrack includes both pieces original to the film and arrangements of works from Final Fantasy VII.
originally composed by Uematsu. Some of the arrangements, including “Advent: One-Winged Angel”, Final Fantasy Advent Children 2005 are performed by The Black Mages, a rock band formed by Uematsu, Fukui, and Sekito.