Urusei Yatsura Beautiful Dreamer Blu-ray

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About Urusei Yatsura Beautiful Dreamer Blu-ray

In Urusei Yatsura: Beautiful Dreamer, Tomobiki High is in a frenzy to get ready for the school festival. Props need to be made, costumes designed, and maybe somewhere sleep to be had! Ataru, Lum, Shutaro, Shinobu, and the rest of Class 2-4 are determined to not be outdone this year, and they're rushing to make the final preparations for tomorrow's grand opening.

Once they wake up the next morning, they continue their mad rush to get ready for tomorrow's grand opening. And then the next day... hey, isn't something strange going on? Silence lingers over the city, the buildings filled with nothing but dust and mold. Is this a dream? Or have the kids (and a few related adults) of Class 2-4 finally woken up? If they can spend each day having fun with each other, does it matter? From the director of Ghost in the Shell!

Special Features: Director commentary, Liner Notes, and Trailers.


  • Publisher: EASTERN STAR
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Themes: Adventure
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Run Time: 107
  • Year Created: 1984
  • Release Date: 2/27/2018
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.5
  • Region Code: A

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One of the best UY feature films


This is one of the better films that Mamorou Oshii (GiTS) directed and one of the better sections of UY in general. In spite of being based on Eastern mythology that is utterly foreign to most people born in the West, it makes more sense than either of the GiTS features this same director produced! Lum is as cute as ever and the characters are all (loveable?) idiots. Think Ranma 1/2 minus the martial arts and you'll have an idea of what to expect behavior-wise!

There's no doubt the new DVD release will be much better than the two previous DVD editions BUT if you have the sense to do so get the Blu ray edition. The film has had a digital restoration and being based on a 35mm theatrical print should look spectacular on Blu ray.