Battle Royale II: Requiem (live-action movie)

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[ sequel of Battle Royale (live-action movie) ]

Alternative title:
BR II
バトル・ロワイアルII [鎮魂歌 レクイエム] (Japanese)
Themes: military
Objectionable content: Intense
Plot Summary: Three years after surviving his former class' Battle Royale, Shuya Nanahara forms a terrorist group known as "Wild Seven" to bring down the Japanese government. As their first act of terrorism, Wild Seven destroy several buildings in Tokyo on Christmas Day, killing more than 8,000 people. One year after the attacks, the government passes the "New Century Terrorist Counter-Measure Alternative" Act, otherwise known as the Battle Royale II Act. Forty-two students of Shikanotoride Junior High Class 3-B are sent to Wild Seven's island stronghold. They have three days to kill Nanahara or die.
Vintage: 2003-07-05
Premiere date:
2003-07-05 (Japan)
2003-11-11 (Hong Kong)
Release dates: We have 1
Opening Theme:
"Requiem (Verdi) ~ Prologue" by Masamichi Amano w/ the Poland Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra
Ending Theme:
"Mayonaka Shounen Totsugeki Dan" by Stance Punks
Links: We have 1
Trivia: We have 3
Comment:
Director Kinji Fukusaku died of cancer only after the first day of this film's production on January 12, 2003. His son Kenta finished the directing duties. Despite all this, Kenta still claims this movie as his father's work.
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Blu-Ray (Region A)
    Battle Royale - The Complete Collection (Blu-Ray) 2012-03-20 (from $11.74)
DVD (Region 1)
    Battle Royale - The Complete Collection (DVD) 2012-03-20 (from $10.99)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director:
Kenta Fukasaku (uncredited)
Kinji Fukasaku
Screenplay: Kenta Fukasaku
Original creator: Koushun Takami
Director of Photography: Yuta Morokaji
Producer: Masumi Okada

Assistant Director: Toru Harada
Theme Song Performance: Stance Punks (ED)
Ai Maeda as Shiori Kitano
Riki Takeuchi as Mr. Riki Takeuchi
Shugo Oshinari as Takuma Aoi
Tatsuya Fujiwara as Shuya Nanahara

Aki Maeda as Noriko Nakagawa
Ayana Sakai as Nao Asakura
Beat Takeshi as Kitano
Go Ryugawa as Lieutenant Anjou
Masahiko Tsugawa as Prime Minister
Miku Kuga as Kengo Yonai
Mitsuru Murata as Souji Kazama
Natsuki Katou as Saki Sakurai
Toshihiro Wada as Satoshi Imakire
Yoko Maki as Maki Souda
Yuuma Ishigaki as Mitsugu Sakai

Ai Iwamura as Mai
Aiko Moriuchi as Miki Ikeda
Aja as Kazumi Fukuda
Akane Mizuno as Sayaka
Ami Nakagawa as Honami Totsuka
Asami Katsura as Risa Shindo
Asuka Ishii as Maho Nosaka
Ayumi Hanada as Ryoko Hata
Chisato Miyao as Hibiki Yano
Haruka Suenaga as Haruka Kuze
Haruka Umeda as Aya
Hikaru Takahashi as ATAT Soldier
Hiroaki Itou as ATAT Soldier
Hitomi Hasebu as Asuka Motomura
Jiro Kazama as Sanada
Kayo Nayuki as Eri Yoshiyama
Kazutoshi Yokoyama as ATAT Soldier
Kei Tamura as Tatsuhiko Hasegawa
Kenji Harada as Naoki Jou
Kenji Ohba as Mimura's Comrade
Kotaro Kamijou as Kenji Maezono
Kouji Tashiro as Iwamoto
Kouta Yamada as Tetsuya Shimada
Mai Sakamoto as Shoko
Maika Matsumoto as Shiho Matsuki
Maki Hamada as Chizuru
Makoto Sakamoto as Osamu Kasai
Masaya Kikawada as Shintaro Makimura
Masumi Toyooka as Yukari
Michiho Matsumoto as Sanae Shioda
Mika Kikuchi as Ayane Yagi
Mikiya Sanada as ATAT Soldier
Minami Kanazawa as Yuko Natsukawa
Miyuki Kanbe as Kyoko Kakei
Munetaka Aoki as Jun Nanami
Musashi Kubota as Wataru Mukai
Nana Yanagisawa as Mayu Hasuda
Nanami Ota as Hitoe Takeuchi
Riasu Arama as Rena Niimi
Rika Sakaguchi as Yuka Mifune
Ryo Katsuji as Haruya Sakurai
Ryoji Fujihira as Masami Shibaki
Sae Shimizu as Ai Yazawa
Seiichi Ebina as Tatsuro Morishima
Shoko Sato as Nozomi Sagisawa
Sonny Chiba as Makio Mimura
Takaaki Ikeyama as Yasuaki Hosaka
Takashi Taniguchi as ATAT Leader
Takeru Shibaki as Shugo Urabe
Takeshi Tanaka as Masakatsu Taguchi
Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Shouta Hikasa
Yasutake Yuboku as Kiyoshi Minamoto
Yoshiko Mita as Takuma's Mother
Yuka Ozawa as Shinobu
Yuko Morimoto as Kana Yuki
Yuuki Itou as Ryo Kurosawa
Yuuya Nishikawa as Nishi

Japanese companies
Broadcaster: WOWOW
English staff
English companies
(none)
English cast
(none)
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
ADR Director: Rafael Calvo (Spain dub)
Isabel Valls as Shiori Kitano(Spain dub)
José Javier Serrano as Takuma Aoi(Spain dub)
Pablo Sevilla as Shuya Nanahara(Spain dub)
Rafael Calvo as Professor Riki Takeuchi(Spain dub)

Adrià Frías as Prime Minister(Spain dub)
Camilo García as Kitano(Spain dub)
Cristina Mauri as Nao Asakura(Spain dub)
Elisa Beuter as Saki Sakurai(Spain dub)
Graciela Molina as Noriko Nakagawa(Spain dub)
Luis Fenton as Mitsugu Sakai(Spain dub)

Alberto Mieza as Ryo Kurosawa(Spain dub)
Aleix Estadella as Shugo Urabe(Spain dub)
Berta Cortés as Kyoko Kakei(Spain dub)
David Jenner as Student(Spain dub)
Graciela Molina as Haruka Kuze(Spain dub)
Javier Amilibia as Student(Spain dub)
Jonatán López as Naoki Jo(Spain dub)
Jordi Pons as Student(Spain dub)
José Posada as Masami Shibaki(Spain dub)
Manuel Osto as Student(Spain dub)
Maria del Mar Tamarit as Kazumi Fukuda(Spain dub)
Oscar Muñoz as Shintaro Makimura(Spain dub)
Rafael Parra as Student(Spain dub)

Salvador Moreno(Spain dub)
Spanish companies
Dubbing Studio: International Soundstudio (Spain Dub)
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