Persona 3 the Movie 1: Spring of Birth

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At the stroke of midnight, the Dark Hour appears—a secret hour which most are unaware of. Those not trapped in coffins during this time, unfortunate enough to find themselves conscious, are met by dangerous creatures known as Shadows. A select few, however, possess the potential to wield Persona: a special power used to defeat these beings. This secret group is called SEES (Specialized Extracurricular Execution Squad), and their mission is to uncover the reason behind the Dark Hour’s appearance. Only a short while after transfer student Makoto Yuuki begins his residency at Iwatodai Dorm, his Persona awakens after an attack by a strong Shadow. Now recruited into the ranks of SEES, he begins fighting alongside his comrades, as only they can protect humanity from Shadows and prevent the anomaly that is the Dark Hour. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

User Rating : 7.55



Alternative Titles
Title : Persona 3 the Movie 1: Spring of Birth
English : Persona 3 the Movie: #1 Spring of Birth
Japanese : PERSONA3 THE MOVIE —#1 Spring of Birth—
Synonyms : Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 , P3M

Type : Movie
User Rating : 7.55
Episodes : 1
Premiered : None
Aired : Nov 23, 2013
Airing Status : Finished Airing
Genres : Action, Fantasy, Supernatural
Duration : 1 hr 38 min
Rating : R – 17+ (violence & profanity)
Broadcast : None
Producers : Aniplex , Yomiko Advertising , Atlus , Index
Licensors : Aniplex of America
Studio : AIC ASTA
Source : Game
Season : None
Themes : None
Demographics : None
Rank : 1498
Popularity : 1665
Members : 106723
Favorites : 489

Characters & Voice Actors

Iori, Junpei
Toriumi, Kousuke
Kirijou, Mitsuru
Tanaka, Rie
Sanada, Akihiko
Midorikawa, Hikaru
Takeba, Yukari
Toyoguchi, Megumi


Sakurai Takashi

Akitaya Noriaki

Iida Satoki
Sound Director

Kawamura Yumi
Theme Song Performance

Abe Misao
Key Animation

Aoki Kaoru
Background Art

Theme Songs

“Burn My Dread -Spring of Birth Ver.-” by Yumi Kawamura
“More Than One Heart” by Yumi Kawamura


User : Enter_the_Fray
overall : 9 story : 9 animation : 9 sound : 10 character : 10 enjoyment : 9
Review : Persona 3 The Movie: Spring of Birth is directed by Noriaki Akitaya, director of the Bakuman series. He’s also been an episode director for series such as Code Geass, Honey and Clover II and Nodame Cantabile. The first big-screen outing of Persona 3 is roughly 90 minutes long and it covers April to June. They have cut out much of the school life aspect, and there is no mention of the characters joining clubs or taking exams. Instead, it focuses on the members of SEES and how their bond grows str…
User : Keirik
overall : 9 story : 10 animation : 10 sound : 10 character : 10 enjoyment : 10
Review : [No one can escape time.] [It delivers us all to the same end.] The latest effort in animating this esteemed JRPG series is finally here, aaaaand it’s a movie series. This means the release schedule will be hell to endure, but the payoff is definitely worth it so far. First things first, the animation is beautiful. Anyone let down by the Persona 4 anime’s low quality should breathe easy, for the P3 movie looks stunning. The backgrounds looks great and the characters are sharp and on-model at all…
User : vorumzo
overall : 9 story : 9 animation : 10 sound : 10 character : 9 enjoyment : 9
Review : !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!WARNING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have played the Persona 3 video game and will probably mention minor spoilers about the storyline and characters. After what felt like a eternity for me the first Persona 3 movie has been release on bluray for all to enjoy. Does this movie live up to the famous and popular game. Well in one word yes, But it definitely isn’t perfect. Story The Story line covered in the first of four movies covers up to Fuuka’s recruitment into S.E.E.S. T…

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