Daft Punk - Interstella 5555 details
|Formats:||PG DVD, Ex Blu-ray|
|Directors:||Leiji Matsumoto, Kazuhisa, Kazuhisa Takenouchi|
|Studio:||VIRGIN RECORDS LTD.|
Daft Punk - Interstella 5555
|Run time:||1 hour|
|Rental release:||01 Dec 2003|
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Daft PlotBy EdwardTheGreat from London , 20 Nov 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Discovery - an awesome album! One of the best, but what happened to the film? I'm not saying don't rent this - do rent it, but don't expect anything other than an obvious story with a cop-out ending. In fact, maybe my expectation was too high!
Visually impressive and obviously has a great soundtrack but not really any good if you want to sit down and watch a film.
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Discover the StellarBy Carona83 (2 reviews) , 24 Nov 2011Is it a movie or an extended music video? Interstellar 5555 matches the music and animation beautifully, intertwining the narrative between visual and audio. The album 'Discovery' is a masterpiece in its own right and this movie extends Daft Punk's vision. Must watch for any Japanese animation or Daft Punk fan!
Non-eventBy Beedark (4 reviews) from Perth , 14 Jun 2008Be advised this isn't a film with any dialogue whatsoever. Quite compelling imagery and storyline but the entire soundtrack is just the 'Discovery' album with very infrequent and inconsistent sound effects thrown in... The music doesn't particularly follow or illustrate the story that's being animated and I found it really offputting especially as I've listened to the album so much I know it inside out. Felt like a big let down.
A must for Daft Punk fans!By superjim (50 reviews) from Durham, UK , 17 Apr 2008Anyone how is a fan of Daft Punk, and in particular their Discovery album, will love this. It's basically just the music videos which acompanied the singles but for the whole album.
If you arn't a fan of Daft Punk this may be one to miss but I loved it!
incredible!By kinski (1 review) from London , 22 Nov 2007an awesome assault on the senses from start to finish. If you love daft punk then this will be right up your tree
It's KoolBy a customer from Wales , 05 May 2007i liked this, even though there was no talking in it, it's just like having the album it's awesome :-)