Rozen Maiden Zuruckspulen Blu-ray
About Rozen Maiden Zuruckspulen Blu-ray
Every choice we make leads us down a different path... but is it possible for the actions taken on one path be used to affect the choices made in another life?
In his darkest hour, Jun Sakurada receives just such an opportunity: a chance to communicate with a future version of himself who did not wind the key and bring forth the Rozen Maidens, and to fix his own shattered world. For Jun-who-did-not-wind, the messages from his younger self are a beacon of hope, and when the adult Jun discovers a box with parts and building instructions for a familiar red dressed doll, the goal becomes clear: to revive Shinku in his world and save both worlds from succumbing to the evils of Kirakisho, the seventh Rozen Maiden.
The Alice Game becomes a war of dimensions as two worlds hang by the threads of fate in ROZEN MAIDEN: ZURÜCKSPULEN!
Contains episodes 1-13.
Special Features: Clean Opening and Closing Animations.
Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles.
- Publisher: SENTAI FILMWORKS
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Drama, Fantasy
- Age Rating: 14+
- Run Time: 325
- Release Date: 9/20/2016
- Weight: 0.15
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
New Rozen Maiden 2014(I think)
Majority of show is centered on an older Jun in his college years in a parallel world, and it’s a little gloomy/depressing. He finds issues with the people around him, including himself, as he sees himself as a victim. He has a knack in details and art, which leads him to a Make your own Doll series he decides to try out, a bit out of curiosity and boredom. Who is this mysterious doll? (Hint hint)
There is an evil entity at work and he feels compelled to build a doll for some reason. As things starts to get better for him in life, particularly with his female coworker, danger looms even closer. Older Jun is completely unfamiliar w/ the world of Rozen Dolls, and frantically searches for answers from parallel Young Jun through phone texts. All the while, trying to redeem himself, and reclaim what he had lost from his childhood.
Recommendation: Uneventful compared to older/original but worth a first watch if you're a fan as this does technically ties in with original story.