Patema Inverted (2013)

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Director:Yasuhiro Yoshiura  Producer:Michiru Ohshima, Mikio Ono Screenplay by:Marc Diraison, Yasuhiro Yoshiura  

Music by:Michiru Ohshima Running time:98 min  Country:Japan Language:Japanese, Esperanto

Genre:Animation, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Sci-Fi  Subtitle:  

Starring: Yukiyo Fujii ... Patema (voice), Nobuhiko Okamoto ... Age (voice), Shintarô Oohata ... Porta (voice),
Shinya Fukumatsu ... Elder (voice)
, Masayuki Katô ... Lagos (voice), Hiroki Yasumoto ... Jaku (voice),
Maaya Uchida ... Kaho (voice)
, Takaya Hashi ... Izamura (voice), Hideyuki Umezu ... Principal (voice),
Gou Shinomiya ... Teacher (voice)
, Yu Shimamura ... Announcer (voice)


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 Patema Inverted Original Soundtrack

โดย Michiru Ohshima

Featuring: Estelle Micheau

"Patema Inverse"








Asia Pacific Screen Awards 2013

Asia Pacific Screen Award
Best Animated Feature Film
Mikio Ono (producer) 

Seattle International Film Festival 2014

Futurewave Youth Jury Award
Yasuhiro Yoshiura 

The film won the Audience Award and the Judges Award at the 2013 Scotland Loves Anime. It was also nominated for the Asia Pacific Screen Award for Best Animated Feature Film at the 7th Asia Pacific Screen Awards.

Patema Inverted (サカサマのパテマ Sakasama no Patema?) is a 2013 Japanese anime science fiction film by Yasuhiro Yoshiura. It was released in Japan on November 9, 2013. A four-episode ONA series, Patema Inverted: Beginning of the Day, streamed in 2012. The film was also shown in the UK. Cinedigm released the film on Blu-ray and DVD in North America on November 11, 2014.

A young girl, from a civilization that resides in deep underground tunnels, finds herself trapped in an inverted world and teams up with a resident to escape and return home.

User Reviews
When the sky is not the limit...
29 July 2014 | by Reno Rangan
Another direct-on-net release from the director of ''Time of Eve''. A very unique concept that resembles Hollywood''s live-action ''Upside Down''. It should not be a reason to you to discard from watching. In fact a lot better than that and completely a different storyline. When I picked to watch it I did not think it will reach beyond my expectation, but it did. And now it becomes one of the top rated by me among a few others from the year 2013. Anime movie fans must not miss it.

Patema, a young girl who lives in the underground tunnels is curious about the outside world which is forbidden to enter. Her father, a pioneer who was disappeared trying to find a bridge between the worlds. One day while exploring on the danger zone she falls into a deep hollow pit. Wake-ups and finds in a strange world where people are upside down and to them she''s. Meets someone who she can trust, and he saves her from falling further into the sky. The mystery about the inverted world and what cause it was told while Patema makes her escape while other men try to hunt her down.

''''The sky eats all sinners.''''

Initially I laughed because few scenes looked so funny, like a kid walking on the street having a hydrogen balloon in his hand. In the other end the story narration was pretty serious, so I put back my concentration to the movie. Falling in a hole and finding yourself in a different world is what basically inspired from the fairy tale ''Alice in Wonderland''. We could have expected that from Studio Ghibli, but this one was completely a science-fiction and that is what this director is famous for. The concept was not the fresh, the story created around it was. The animation was only a little disappointing in few parts. Art was great and I don''t know what is the framerate, but the motion was not smooth, especially in the slow motions. Other than technical aspect, it can be enjoyed by anyone without age limit.

The end twist totally changes the perspective of the story that involved in the earlier. A nice solution, but it will not explain in detail the experiment that caused the world split with two opposite gravity forces. In my opinion, it is fine for not binding it to thoroughly on the science. As it now, everyone can understand it, even the common people. You know everyone can''t be intelligent like who are, entertainment is the notion and this movie serves it well. I thought after the legend Miyazaki''s retirement, the anime industry may fall behind, but his son and especially this filmmaker looks very promising and a few others I have noticed. We usually see quite a lot animation movies every year, but not that much anime movies. It is limited, so don''t miss the opportunity if you get one for this movie.