A fan edit of SDF Macross: Do you remember love? Japanese animation movie.
What is it about?
In 1999, an alien space fortress crashes to Earth. Earth is united in rebuilding this fortress for the eventual contact with its owners. In 2009, an alien starship fleet arrives in Earth orbit to claim the fortress now named Macross. The Macross fortress and all on board flee the Earth from the alien fleet. On the way back to Earth on board the space fortress Macross, three young people, a Valkyrie jet fighter pilot Hikaru Ichijyo, a pop star Lynn Minmay and a UN Spacy officer Misa Hayase find their lives inextricably linked to surviving a war amongst two merciless alien armadas.
original film name: The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do you remember love?
new film name : Super Dimension Fortress More Macross Loving
film studio name : Big West / Studio Nue / Bandai / Tatsunoku
edit crew name : boinger (MacrossWorld.com name) / kaarma33 (FanEdit.org name)
Date Original Film Was Released : 1984
Date Edit Was Released : 3/2008
Original Runtime : 115 mins
New Runtime : 126 mins
Amount of time Cut/Added : 11 mins
• Gray Phantom's updated remastered DYRL video
• Hurin's English subtitles retimed by Gray Phantom (Ali Sama, Mechamaniac) with a few additions and changes by me
• stereo japanese audio from NLA's perfect edition SDF Macross DYRL
• New prologue with English subtitles taken from SDF Macross TV ep. 1 and bits of Macross Zero ep.1
• PSX SDF Macross DYRL footage for new introduction scene, SDF-1 ARMD attack scene in middle and Lynn Minmay’s prebattle scene at end of the extended movie
• Custom made Zentraedi fleet in Earth orbit video clip to bridge introduction scene to main movie
• Custom made movie main title sequence.
• English ending credits
• Macross: Flashback 2012 Angel’s paints part 1 and 2 incorporated into DYRL extended movie. Part 1 has bits of SDF Macross TV ep 5 to remind viewers that we’re still in the middle of a war and to hide the concert stage differences from the original DYRL movie and FlashBack concert stage. Lynn Minmay’s, the singer’s, costume does change in this scene, but the explanation is that full body holography is a part of the Macross universe. For example, you can see in the recent Macross Frontier ep. 1, how the main singer changes costumes with each song change up due to a holography costume. FlashBack Part 2 is added on the end of SDF Macross: DYRL as a musical epilogue.