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 Death Note: L Changes the World

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PostSubject: Death Note: L Changes the World    Sun Aug 15, 2010 9:59 pm

Ken'ichi Matsuyama reprises his role as L from the previous Death Note films. The film chronicles the final 23 days of L's life, as he solves one final case involving a bio-terrorist group that aims to wipe out much of humanity with a virus with one-hundred times the virulence of Ebola. He takes a boy he names Near, the sole survivor of its use in a village in Thailand, and an elementary schooler named Maki Nikaido under his wing.[3] Dr. Nikaido, a research doctor, has received news and a sample of a deadly virus which affected a now destroyed village in Thailand. He discovers that the virus is one-hundred times stronger than Ebola. His seemingly trustworthy assistant outs herself to be the leader of the organization that created the virus, which is still incomplete due to the lack of an antidote. Dr. Nikaido, who had managed to create an antidote, refused to give her the antidote and preferred to be dead rather than endanger the world. Realizing that she could not get the antidote from the doctor, the assistant kills him, now convinced that his daughter Maki has a deciphered formula for the antidote. Maki, who had witnessed the murder, runs away in fear, eventually finding L's headquarters. Soon after she finds him, the bio-terrorist group tracks Maki down, forcing L, accompanied by Maki and Near, to runaway to a high-tech truck concealed as a sweets delivery truck dubbed "Angel Crepe" with the help of a Japanese-American FBI agent.


To the top To the top To the top, come with me

The memories that were carved haven't faded yet
Just giving yourself up to these days that are rolling by
This beating heart is searching for something It's still shaking even now

Even if what you see on the other side of the sky is an endless pain
We don't need the words that are always here
Every day, every night, every time, always That's right
With unshakable feelings

Our voices from those days are calling
To that tomorrow, it starts moving
You can hear it too, right? We don't need a reason
Surely, there isn't only one answer
There's a place we'll get to someday
If there's something I'm proud of So that it'll get to you
I'll go to a world I haven't seen yet

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PostSubject: Re: Death Note: L Changes the World    Sun Aug 15, 2010 10:48 pm

A fost destul de dragut filmul dar sincer nu l-as mai revedea a 2 a oara . Pacat ca nu a aratat la final daca L a mai murit sau nu .

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PostSubject: Re: Death Note: L Changes the World    Thu Aug 19, 2010 3:16 am

dar Mao s subintelegea ca L a murit din moment ce era vorba de ultimele lui zile in viata
in fine....din punctul meu de vedere filmu a fost super...iar actorul meu favorit kenichi matsuyama a fost magnific ca indotdeauna
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