The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love? (movie)

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©1984 Big West 


 
[ part of [Macross], alternate retelling of (The) Super Dimension Fortress Macross (TV) ]

Alternative title:
Chō Jikū Yōsai Macross: Ai, Oboete Imasu ka (Japanese) 
Clash of the Bionoids 
Macross - Il film (Italian) 
Macross in Clash Of The Bionoids 
Macross, Le Film (French) 
Macross: Do You Remember Love? 
Macross: ¿Recuerdas el amor? (Spanish) 
SDF-1 Macross: Do You Remember Love? 
Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love? 
Super Dimensional Fortress Macross The Movie: Do You Remember Love? 
Super Fortaleza Espacial Macross (Spanish) 
Superdimensional Fortress Macross 
Superspace Fortress Macross 
超時空要塞マクロス 愛・おぼえていますか (Japanese) 
Genres: action , drama , romance , science fiction 
Themes: aliens , love triangle , mecha , military , musical , space 
Objectionable content: Significant 
Plot Summary: A.D. 2009: The human race is in the middle of a three-way war with a race of giant humanoid aliens split into the Zentrans (males) and Meltlans (females). After executing a space fold that sent it and part of South Ataria Island to the edge of the Solar System, the space fortress Macross is on its way back to Earth. During a small skirmish with Zentradi forces, young pilot Hikaru Ichijyo rescues idol singer Lynn Minmay and their relationship develops as they're stranded somewhere within the ship. But shortly after returning to Macross City, Minmay is captured by the Zentradi, and Hikaru and female officer Misa Hayase end up back on Earth—only to view the aftermath of the destruction of their civilization. Only a song discovered eons ago—along with Minmay's voice—can determine the outcome of the war. 
User Ratings: 713 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 217 votes (sub:172, dub:12, raw:11, ?:2, edit.dub:1, others:19
9 Spanish subtitled
5 Spanish dubbed
2 Portuguese subtitled
1 Korean subtitled
1 German subtitled
1 Russian subtitled
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 Excellent: 157 votes (sub:127, dub:12, raw:3, edit.dub:2, others:13
7 Spanish subtitled
4 Spanish dubbed
1 Portuguese dubbed
1 German subtitled
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 Very good: 134 votes (sub:115, dub:10, raw:3, ?:1, others:5
2 Spanish dubbed
1 Chinese Mandarin subtitled
1 French edited dub
1 Korean subtitled
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 Good: 111 votes (sub:90, dub:12, raw:2, others:7
1 French dubbed
1 German dubbed
1 Spanish subtitled
1 German edited dub
1 French subtitled
1 Spanish dubbed
1 German subtitled
)
 Decent: 50 votes (sub:32, dub:11, raw:1, ?:1, others:5
2 Spanish dubbed
1 Russian subtitled
1 Spanish subtitled
1 German subtitled
)
 So-so: 27 votes (sub:19, dub:5, raw:1, ?:1, others:1
1 Russian subtitled
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 Not really good: 5 votes (sub:3, dub:1, ?:1)
 Weak: 9 votes (sub:7, dub:2)
 Bad: 1 vote (dub:1)
 Awful: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Worst ever: 1 vote (dub:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 1276 users, rank: #833 (of 5989)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 8.299 (Very good+), std. dev.: 1.662, rank: #250 (of 5983)
Weighted mean: 8.218 (Very good+), rank: #247 (of 5983) (seen all: 8.23 / seen some: 6.51)
Bayesian estimate: 8.206 (Very good+), rank: #173 (of 4520)
Running time: 115 minutes 
Production cost: ¥220,000,000 
Vintage:
1984-07-07
2000-09-06 (Latin America - Locomotion) 
Premiere date:
1984-07-07 (Japan) 
Release dates: We have 6
Opening Theme:
"Prologue" by Kentaroh Haneda 
Ending Theme:
"天使の絵の具 Tenshi no Enogu (An Angel's Paints)" by Mari Iijima 
Insert song:
"0-G LOVE" by Mari Iijima 
"Ai Oboeteimasu ka" (愛・おぼえていますか) by Mari Iijima 
"Cinderella" (シンデレラ) by Mari Iijima 
"Silver Moon Red Moon" (シルバームーン・レッドムーン) by Mari Iijima 
"Watashi no Kare wa Pilot" (私の彼はパイロット) by Mari Iijima 
"Xiao Bai Long" (小白竜) by Mari Iijima 
Links: We have 2
Trivia: We have 7
Comment:
Released in English as "Clash of the Bionoids" (edited/90min) and "Super Space Fortress Macross" (unedited) by Best Film & Video. 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Chief Director: Shoji Kawamori 
Screenplay: Sukehiro Tomita 
Music: Kentaroh Haneda 
Original story: Shoji Kawamori 
Character Design: Haruhiko Mikimoto 
Art Director: Mitsuharu Miyamae 
Mechanical design:
Kazutaka Miyatake 
Shoji Kawamori 
Sound Director: Noriyoshi Matsuura 
Director of Photography: Kazunori Hashimoto 
Assistant Animation Director:
Fumio Iida 
Hideaki Shimada 
Narumi Kakinouchi 
Shoichi Masuo 
Assistant Art Director:
Hiroaki Sato 
Osamu Honda 
Background Art: Tetsufumi Ooyama 
Music Director: Yasunori Honda 
Project Planning:
Kenji Yoshida 
Yoshimasa Ohnishi 
Story Supervisor: Shoji Kawamori 
Theme Song Arrangement:
Mari Iijima (ED) 
Nobuyuki Shimizu 
Theme Song Composition:
Kazuhiko Katoh 
Mari Iijima (ED) 
Theme Song Lyrics:
Kazumi Yasui 
Mari Iijima (ED) 
Theme Song Performance: Mari Iijima (as Lynn Minmay) 
Arihiro Hase as Hikaru Ichijyo 
Mari Iijima as Lynn Minmay 
Mika Doi as Misa Hayase 

Akira Kamiya as Roy Focker 
Eiji Kanie as Vrlitwhai (Britai) Kridanik 
Eri Takeda as Milia 639 
Hiromi Tsuru as Kim Kabirov 
Hirotaka Suzuoki as Lynn Kaifunn 
Michio Hazama as Capt. Bruno J. Global 
Noriko Ohara as Claudia La Salle 
Osamu Ichikawa as Golg Boddole Zer 
Run Sasaki as Vanessa Laird 
Ryunosuke Ohbayashi as Exsedol Folmo 
Sanae Miyuki as Shammy Milliome 
Sho Hayami as Max Jenius 
Yoshino Ohtori as Moruk Laplamiz 

Ikuya Sawaki as Senior Statesman 
Jeffrey Smith as Warera 25258 
Katsumi Suzuki as Hayao Kakizaki 
Kent Gilbert as Conda 88333 
Kenyuu Horiuchi as TV Reporter 
Kousuke Meguro as Quamzin 03350 
Nagisa Andoo as Meltlan Soldier 
Nobuo Tobita as Boy 
Shigeru Nakahara as Guest B 
Tsutomu Fujii as Loli 28356 
Yoshio Kawai as Guest A 
Youko Ogai as Tewanton 3565 
Yuuichi Meguro as Quamzin 03350 

Japanese companies
Backgrounds: Baku Production 
Broadcaster:
Bandai Channel 
NHK 
Distributor:
Bandai Visual 
TOHO 
Film Processing: Imagica 
Music Production: Victor Entertainment 
Production Cooperation: Top Craft 
Story Concept: Studio Nue 
English staff
English companies
(none)
Distributor: Kiseki Films (UK) 
Dubbing: Omni Productions 
Licensed by: Best Video (Expired) 
English cast
(none)
French staff
French cast
(none)
Corinne Richardon as Misa Hayase 
Laurence Saquet as Lynn Minmay 
Mark Lesser as Hikaru Hichijoe 

Antoine Tome as Roy Fokker 
Christian Pelissier as Breetai 
Gigi Lesser as
Millia Farina 
Vanessa Leeds 
Jacques Bouanich as Kyle 
Loïc Baugin as Maximilian Genius 
Maïté Monceau as
Claudia Grant 
Sammy Porter 
Malvina Germain as
Azonia 
Kim Young 
Mark Lesser as Maximilian Genius 
Yves Fabrice Lebeau as Exedore 
French companies
Distributor: Shuriken 
Dubbing: Studio SOFRECI 
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
(none)
Cristina Hernandez as Lynn Minmay 
Jordi Pons as Hikaru Ichijou(Spain dub) 
Jose Luis Reza as Hikaru Ichijou 
Mónica Villaseñor as Misa Hayase 
Vicky Martínez as Lynn Minmay(Spain dub) 

Alejandro Illescas as Maximillian "Max" Jenius 
Jorge Palafox as Roy Focker 
Juan Manuel Soriano as Captain Bruno J. Coronel(Spain dub) 
Love Santini as Claudia LaSalle 
Luis Fenton as Roy Focker(Spain dub) 
Luisita Soler as Claudia LaSalle(Spain dub) 
Paco Mauri as Golg Bodolza 
Santiago Cortés as Boddole Zer(Spain dub) 
Saul Alvar as Roy Focker 
Sergio Gutierrez Coto as Lynn Kaifunn 

José Carlos Moreno as Title Announcer 
Maria Fernanda Morales as Laplamiz 
Spanish companies
Broadcaster: Locomotion (Latin America) 
Distributor: Chiqui Video (Spain) 
Italian staff
Italian cast
(none)
Davide Garbolino as Hikaru Ichijo 
Marina Massironi as Lynn Minmay 
Roberta Gallina Laurenti as Misa Ayase 

Marco Balzarotti as Maximilian Genius 
Maurizio Scattorin as Britai 7018 
Pietro Ubaldi as Cap. Grobal 
Rosetta Salata as Claudia La Salle 

Caterina Rochira as
Addetta al ponte di Comando Macross 
Bodhotsa 
Paolo Torrisi as Kazikaki 
Patrizia Scianca as
Amiche di Minmay 
Guerriera Meltlandi 
Pietro Ubaldi as Fotografo 

Italian companies
Publisher: Yamato Video 
German staff
German companies
(none)
Distributor:
ACOG 
OVA Films 
German cast
(none)
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
(none)
Márcia Regina as Lynn Miné(Lynn Mimmey) 
Sandra Mara as Misa Hayase 
Sérgio Rufino as Hikaro Ichijo 

Dado Monteiro as Hayao Kakizaki 
Francisco Brêtas as Roy Focker 
Fritz Gianvito as Maximilian Jenius 
Isabel Cristina de Sá as Claudia LaSalle 

Márcia Regina as Márcia Regina as Lynn Mimmey 

Portuguese companies
Broadcaster: Rede Manchete (Brazil) 
Distributor: Sato Company (VHS) 
Swedish staff
Swedish cast
(none)
Beatrice Järås as Lynn Minmay 
Staffan Hallerstam as Hikaru Ichijou 

Swedish companies
(none)
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