Liz and the Blue Bird Blu-ray/DVD

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About Liz and the Blue Bird Blu-ray/DVD

Liz and the Blue Bird is an anime film from director Naoko Yamada.

Mizore Yoroizuka plays the oboe, and Nozomi Kasaki plays the flute in Kita Uji High School concert band. Mizore is shy and soft-spoken, while her best friend Nozomi is outgoing. The two girls grow closer as they practice for their last duet before graduating, a piece called “Liz And The Blue Bird.” However, the impending separation may be more than their friendship can handle. Interspersed with their story is the fantasy tale of Liz, who like Mizore, seeks a friendship that may be too hard to hold onto in this beautiful coming-of-age story.

Special Features: Original Japanese Promotional Videos And Trailers, "Speed Of Youth" Music Video By Naoko Yamada, Theme Song Music Video

Details

  • Publisher: SHOUT FACTORY
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Drama
  • Themes: Music, School Life
  • Age Rating: 10+
  • Run Time: 90
  • Year Created: 2018
  • Release Date: 3/5/2019
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.5
  • Region Code: A

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Disservice to a great movie (blu ray release by Shout Factory/Eleven Arts)

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The movie itself is wonderful, so I recommend giving it a shot. However the lackluster Japanese audio track of the blu-ray release is disappointing, especially for a movie focused around music performance quality. I thought I was crazy at first but even the PV on the Kyoani YouTube channel has better sound quality when comparing. It won't be noticeable however unless you're familiar with the original Japan release, so it's passable for watching. For anyone expecting the same outstanding quality as the Japan release though you will be extremely disappointed and it will lower the overall experience of the viewing significantly! Not sure the reason. Could be since it offers 5.1 DTS-HD sound setting rather than DTS Headphone X, but what's the deal with YouTube then since that should be the worst of them... Anyway just wanted caution everyone- especially with the upcoming release of A Silent Voice, another movie with phenomenal sound that's likely to suffer from the same issue.