Madlax - Reality (DVD 7 of 7)
Title: Madlax - Reality
Volume: DVD 7 / 7
Running time: 75
Distributor: ADV Films
Release date: 2006-03-28
Pre date: 2006-02-28
Suggested retail price: $29.98
Age rating: 14+
From the minds behind Noir, a compelling saga of two lives and the dark circumstances surrounding their mysterious connection. The Essence – When the three books come together, the doorway is opened. It is a doorway that leads to reality. There, Madlax and Margaret Burton can not only discover their collective past, but they can also experience something much more powerful – the essence. It is what Friday Monday has fought so long and hard to reveal. It is more than a simple glimpse into the human psyche – it is the unrestrained embodiment of human nature. It is the will of mankind acting without question. It is what we are. It is the truth.
The Truth – Enfant has manipulated it. Madlax and Margaret Burton have been obsessed with searching for it. Carrossea Doon and Vanessa Rene have died trying to find it. Quanzitta and Nakhl are sworn to protect it. And Friday Monday has big plans for it. The truth is a dangerous thing. It has torn people apart, it has murdered, it has brought war and devastation. Yet, everyone feels compelled to embrace it. Everyone yearns to establish an intimate relationship with the very force that drives them away. Will they find it? Or, will they create it?
Madlax: Reality (SRP $29.98 DVD) is an anamorphic DVD-only release including episodes 24-26, presented in both English 5.1 and Japanese 2.0 with English subtitles. Video extras include design sketches, a Japanese packaging gallery, an “I’m Here” music video, “I’m Here” karaoke version, an Elenore memorial video montage, the alternate preview to episode 26, the original Japanese DVD commercials, and the always hilarious “Conversations with SSS,” plus clean opening animation, clean closing animation, and previews of upcoming ADV Films releases.
(added on 2006-01-06)
- Reviewed by Theron Martin (April 5, 2006)
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