Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa Page #2

Synopsis: Edward Elric, the Fullmetal Alchemist, is on the other side of the gate. He has befriended someone who resembles his brother, Al, and has met a gypsy resembling Rose. He finds out that the Germans are planning on opening the gate, and attack the other side, which is Ed and Al's home. Although Al has learned a lot, he cannot stop all of them, and Ed cannot use Alchemy while in the other side. Ed tries to stop them, and Al just tries to be able to talk to his brother again, who everyone else thinks is gone.
Director(s): Seiji Mizushima
Production: FUNimation
  5 wins.
 
IMDB:
7.5
PG-13
Year:
2005
105 min
798 Views


You will stay here.

I see... so, I've been sold...

You can peer into another's

heart just by touching them.

Your clairvoyance is the genuine article.

There are some people who would

like to use that power of yours.

Where is Lt. Hess?

Outside.

This is the girl?

Hey, you!

This is incredibly popular, huh?

Ever since Dr. Oberth's book came out,

there has been a big boom in space.

Thanks.

That's good, Heiderich!

Okay.

Edward-san...

I'm going to go take a nap

over there. My neck is sore.

You're not going to watch?

And he was the most enthusiastic

one about all this

when we met him at

Oberth-san's place, too.

Please, help me!

Are you a gypsy?

I'm being chased!

That's probably because

you stole someone's wallet!

You guys are all thieves, after all.

No matter how far I go,

I can't escape this place.

You'd best not tamper with that.

It has already been fueled up.

There she is! Over there!

Come on!

Hey!

This gypsy has broken her contract.

Come on!

Help!

Cut it out! This is a carnival!

I just told you! We bought that gypsy!

Good grief. It's been a long time!

Like anything would happen.

Look out!

I decided to have a look.

Hess-san!

I told you about him. He's the

one who said he'd be our sponsor.

It looks like you people will

be able to build what we seek.

I definitely want you working with us.

Oh, it's a pleasure.

Lieutenant...

I'm terribly sorry,

but the girl escaped.

Escaped?

Where's your home?

I don't have one.

" Four Seasons Hotel"

You haven't even been on

the battlefield, have you?

I have so. I crawled around in those

muddy trenches for three years.

Then how can you say that

the war was meaningless?

Wasn't it? With the signing of that

humiliating Treaty of Versailles,

all Germans are suffering in poverty,

except for the aristocrats and the Jews.

She escaped? That is a problem.

I thought that she would be able

to find the Great Serpent for us.

I'm terribly sorry.

Let's go to the villa.

We have to report this to Eckart-sama.

Yes, sir.

You're sure you're okay with having me?

There's not much else we can

do if someone is after you.

Besides, I'm kind of glad.

I mean, Edward-san,

taking interest in a girl.

I don't know if

you'd call it indifference,

but for some reason, he doesn't become

too deeply involved with others.

He's always telling stories

about some other world.

Another world?

Okay, then...

I'll be off. We've finally

gotten our own factory.

Winry... Winry, about Al...

He already left, huh?

Yes.

He said " We've finally

gotten our own factory."

Can I give you a hand?

I'm used to this. It's been

two years since I got this.

You can move it that much?

Yeah, the simple stuff.

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Hiromu Arakawa

Hiromi Arakawa (荒川 弘美, Arakawa Hiromi, born May 8, 1973) is a Japanese manga artist from Hokkaidō. She is best known for the manga Fullmetal Alchemist, which became a hit both domestically and internationally, and was later adapted into two anime television series. She often portrays herself as a bespectacled cow. Her given name is Hiromi (弘美), the first character being written identically to her male pen name, Hiromu. more…

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