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Thursday, 26 August 2010

[Review] 26.08.2010「A3D ayumi hamasaki ARENA TOUR 2009 A ~NEXT LEVEL~」Full Review Translation

These last few years, there have been a continuing flow of so many movie genres that have been introduced to 3D.

It is not known if this will get into that flow, but dare I say it, this is the first time a music concert has put the 3D system to the text, so this time I will introduce 「A3D ayumi hamasaki ARENA TOUR 2009 A ~NEXT LEVEL~」.

This work, which is the product of 3D-ifying Hamasaki Ayumi's 2009 Arena Tour, is of course a must watch for any fan, but for someone in the delicate situation, like this writer, who thinks "I listen to Hamasaki Ayumi sometimes, but I don't know all of the songs, and I have never gone to her concert," how much can they actually enjoy of this concert? I think there are many people worried about this, so I will write this report.

The first thing to think about is the effects of 3D. That, and the fact that recently some movies have been getting into that boom, and have 3D just because it was added last minute. If that's the case, then there is really no meaning to watch this at the theater. If it's really the case that it was meant to be in 3D all along, then from the very beginning they would have went to great lengths to present the camera work in 3D.

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With that meaning, I can say that this piece has reached that level in it's 3D work. Of course it's really impressive when the performer approaches the camera, but the fact that the camera really reaches into the audience seating, really makes us feel like we are in the actual audience, the depth is that great. The MC is also more or less cut, so it's NICE. Maybe it's possible for DVD, but for this composition, it's best if the entire thing was in one fell swoop, as opposed to taking it in one breath at a time.

The catchphrase "If you reach out your hand, Ayu will be there," is a little overkill, but this has become something that, if you consider that she used 5 of only 20 - 30 3D cameras available in JAPAN, then it's a movie that has a greater spirit inside of it than expected.

Although you can say that, I think it's a bit wrong to say "It's so great because it's 3D." It's because this movie's charm is mostly because of the stage created through the uncommon talent of Hamasaki Ayumi.

Because of that, rather the reason to recommend this piece becomes: "So you can watch the concert at the theater." The sound and big screen effect that only comes from the Theatre, if you think about it, is the best environment for a simulated concert experience.

Of course, for those who do not listen to Hamasaki Ayumi ever, it might be a bit difficult, but if you listen to Hamasaki Ayumi to any extent, it's probably exactly like a real easy concert experience.

Credit: maikaru @ AHS
Original source: Hollywood Channel
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