See also: the Japanese Wikia dedicated to this movie

Persona 3 The Movie is a four-part animated movie series based on the game Persona 3. It is an adaptation of The Journey from the perspective of the male protagonist and does not cover The Answer from Persona 3 FES. There is no English dub and it is done entirely in Japanese, although English subtitles are available.

The first movie, Persona 3 The Movie #1: Spring of Birth, was released on November 23, 2013.

The second movie, Persona 3 The Movie #2: Midsummer Knight's Dream, was released on June 7, 2014.

The third movie, Persona 3 The Movie #3: Falling Down, was released on April 4th, 2015.

The final movie, Persona 3 The Movie #4: Winter of Rebirth, was released on January 23, 2016.

Release Dates[edit | edit source]

Persona 3 The Movie #1: Spring of Birth

  • Japan: November 23, 2013 (Theatrical Release)
  • Japan: May 14, 2014 (DVD / Blu-Ray Release)
  • International: May 20, 2014 (Imported DVD / Blu-Ray Release)

Persona 3 The Movie #2: Midsummer Knight's Dream

  • Japan: June 7, 2014 (Theatrical Release)
  • Japan: March 11, 2015 (DVD / Blu-Ray Release)
  • International: March 11, 2015 (Imported DVD / Blu-Ray Release)

Persona 3 The Movie #3: Falling Down

  • Japan: April 4, 2015 (Theatrical Release)
  • Japan: January 20, 2016 (DVD / Blu-Ray Release)
  • International: January 20, 2016 (Imported Blu-Ray Release)

Persona 3 The Movie #4: Winter of Rebirth

  • Japan: January 23, 2016 (Theatrical Release)
  • Japan: August 3, 2016 (DVD / Blu-Ray Release)
  • International: August 3, 2016 (Imported Blu-Ray Release)

Plot[edit | edit source]

See also: Persona 3

Makoto Yuki is an orphaned teenager who transfers to Gekkoukan High School, on Tatsumi Port Island and finds himself experiencing a supernatural phenomenon known as the Dark Hour. After witnessing his new Iwatodai dorm-mates being attacked by mysterious creatures known as Shadows, Makoto goes to their aid and inexplicably awakens to the power of his Persona. Makoto later joins a covert extra-curricular club at Gekkoukan High called SEES, whose members have but one goal: to rid the world of the Shadows.

Music[edit | edit source]

See also: Spring of Birth OST, Midsummer Knight's Dream OST, Falling Down OST & Winter of Rebirth OST'

The soundtrack for Spring of Birth was composed by Shoji Meguro, while the other three movies were scored by Tetsuya Kobayashi. Each movie is accompanied by a main theme, along with remixed tracks from the Persona 3 Original Soundtrack, though a majority of them do not appear in the films themselves. The soundtracks for the movies were included with the Blu-Ray / DVD release, including all original tracks made for the movies. The movies also feature remastered versions of songs from the Persona 3 Original Soundtrack, as well as the Burn My Dread -Reincarnation- album, though these remastered versions have not been officially released. The themes for the movies are:

  1. Persona 3 The Movie #1: Spring of Birth
    • "More Than One Heart" (main theme, ending credits)
    • "Burn My Dread (Spring of Birth ver.)" (opening credits)
    • "More Than One Heart (instrumental)"
    • "Burn My Dread (instrumental)"
  2. Persona 3 The Movie #2: Midsummer Knight's Dream
    1. "Fate is In Our Hands" (main theme, opening credits)
    2. "Deep Breath Deep Breath (Lotus Juice Remix)"
    3. "Mass Destruction (Lotus Juice Remix)"
    4. "Fate is In Our Hands (instrumental)"
    5. "One Single Word" (insert song used when Aigis first summons Palladion)
    6. "One Hand, One Heartbeat" (ending credits)
  3. Persona 3 The Movie #3: Falling Down
  4. Persona 3 The Movie #4: Winter of Rebirth

Movie-related Trivia[edit | edit source]

Spring of Birth[edit | edit source]

Midsummer Knight's Dream[edit | edit source]

  • The scene where Ken first awakens to his Persona in July is similar in Spring of Birth, where Yukari drops her Evoker and Makoto uses hers to summon his Persona.
  • During the Summer Festival, one can see five masks of Phoenix Ranger Featherman R at a display.

Falling Down[edit | edit source]

  • During the second and third day in Kyoto, a statue of Suzaku can be seen.

Winter of Rebirth[edit | edit source]

Adaptation Differences[edit | edit source]

There are differences between the game and the movie.

  • Some characters' appearances are modified slightly, such as having darker hair or differently colored eyes.
  • SEES members don't get their weapons from the police station, instead the weapons they use are specially made by the Kirijo Group.
  • No items or fusion spells are used in battle. 
  • There is no cut-in effect when a character first summons their Persona.
  • The protagonist gains new Personas after defeating a Shadow from a Full Moon Operation. The Persona's Arcana depends on the defeated Shadow's Arcana.
  • No Social Links are acquired in the movie, and Makoto does not gain the rest of the Arcanas past Death, except Judgement and Universe.

Spring of Birth[edit | edit source]

  • All the major characters appear in the movie intro (except Aigis), while the anime cutscene at the beginning only shows the Protagonist, Yukari, Pharos, and Mitsuru.
  • It is revealed that the reason why Makoto arrived the Iwatodai Dormitory late at midnight is because of the successful suicide of a young man who flung himself onto the train tracks.
  • Makoto doesn't interact much with other social link characters, only a few. 
  • It is revealed in the movie that the first victim devoured by Shadows in the anime cutscene was named Sakata Masashi.
    • In the anime cutscene he appears in Tatsumi Port Station, but in the movie, he appears somewhere in Port Island Station.
  • Some characters make a cameo appearance:
    • Bunkichi and Mitsuko make a cameo appearance during Fuuka's visit at their bookstore.
    • Koromaru and Maiko Oohashi make a cameo appearance together.
    • Ken Amada appears briefly when he visits his mother's grave.
    • Kenji Tomochika appears in the arcade and after exam results are posted.
    • Kazushi Miyamoto appears first after exam results are posted and then during the kendo training.
    • Hidetoshi Odagiri appears while interrogating one of the students of class 2-E.
    • Maki briefly appears at the gym when she and the other girls lock Fuuka in the gym.
    • Nozomi Suemitsu makes a brief cameo in Wild Duck Burger.
    • Aigis appears in a post-credits scene.
  • When the Shadow attacks the dorm, the Protagonist stops to look at the full moon outside the window. Yukari asks him if he cares if he dies, and the Protagonist says he doesn't and he asks her if she's scared of death. A Shadow attacks the window and Yukari dives to save the Protagonist. In the process, her leg is cut by a glass shard and bleeding. None of this occurs in the game.
  • Junpei's Believe or Don't was told in May instead of June 1.
  • While discussing the ghost rumor from 2-E, their meeting was in Wild-Duck Burger instead of the dormitory.
  • Makoto does not accompany SEES during the June full moon operation due to his and Yukari's clashing personalities, until he fully realizes his friends are in danger and he goes to save them.
  • This is the first time where Makoto and Natsuki interact with each other, whereas that was not featured in the game.
  • In the movie, Natsuki heard the voice after witnessing the school transforming into Tartarus, but she heard it in the dormitory in the game.
  • In the movie, Natsuki isn't protected by being inside Fuuka's Persona Lucia, unlike the video game. Instead, Lucia was standing in front of Natsuki.

Midsummer Knight's Dream[edit | edit source]

  • During the second movie intro, the differences between the movie and game are:
  • Some characters make a cameo appearance:
  • The differences between the movie and game during the Yakushima trip.
    • The Opperation: Babe Hunt takes place on the first day of the SEES vacation.
    • The Beautiful Lady? does not appear during Operation: Babe Hunt.
    • When Makoto meets Aigis for the first time, he, Junpei and Akihiko did not follow her. As a result, the girls did not meet her for the first time while Yukari meets her for the first time is at the beach.
    • Mitsuru's father, Takeharu, told SEES the truth about what happened ten years ago instead of Mitsuru.
    • Instead of Takeharu explaining about Yukari's father Eiichiro Takeba before Yukari runs off to the beach in anger, he explains about her father after she runs off and Makoto goes after her.
    • Shadows appear while Makoto and Yukari are at the beach, and Aigis comes to their rescue.
  • After SEES returns from Yakushima, Mitsuru stated Ken's mother was his only relative, but in the game, Ken has a distant relative who had been taking care of him.
  • Ken and Koromaru joined SEES in August and battled against the Arcana Chariot and Arcana Justice.
    • At the same time, Shinjiro burst through the locked door to save SEES.
    • He also joined SEES earlier than in the game, which was in September.
  • The SEES members see Takaya's Persona for the first time in August, earlier than in the game and similar to the manga.
  • Junpei was not kidnapped by Chidori during the September operation against the Arcana Hermit.
  • This is the first time SEES witness Shinjiro's Persona going berserk. This was not featured in the game or the manga.
  • Ken discovers that Shinjiro was the one who killed his mother only after witnessing Shinjiro's Persona go berserk (the event triggering a repressed memory), while in the game, Ken discovered Shinjiro's role long before joining SEES by listening in to a conversation between Shinjiro and Akihiko. Additionally, Ken's reason for joining SEES differs in that he briefly thought it was the Shadows that were responsible for his mother's death, while the game his sole reason for joining SEES was to kill Shinjiro. Furthermore, Ken's vengeance against Shinjiro was fueled by a more personal motive, feeling betrayed after the discovery, while in the game, Ken was far more distant and cold to Shinjiro during their time in SEES, due to already knowing Shinjiro's role in his mother's death.
  • The differences between the movie and game during October 4 are:
    • As Shinjiro attempts to summon his Persona, Takaya shoots him in the stomach instead of his right knee.
    • Shinjiro's death was more bloody and dark than the anime cutscene of the game.
      • In the movie version, he died in his childhood friend's arms instead of standing up and taking a few steps before collapsing to the floor.
  • Shinjiro's funeral was attended on October 7 instead of October 5 in director's cut version, and in the original film it was October 15.

Falling Down[edit | edit source]

  • In the beginning of the movie, SEES split up into two teams, with Akihiko and Ken battling against Takaya and Jin, while the rest of the members facing the Arcana Hanged Man.
  • Junpei was kidnapped by Chidori in November instead of September.
  • Chidori was captured by SEES in November instead of September.
  • Takaya and Jin run away instead of jumping from Moonlight Bridge like in the game.
  • The scene where Pharos leaves Makoto's psyche is similar to the manga adaptation, except his appearance does not change. In this movie it happens in Velvet Room, but in the game it happen in Makoto's room.
  • The differences between the movie and game during November 4 are:
    • SEES does not do a group photo in this movie.
    • None of SEES members brought their Evokers or prepared for battle when confronting Ikutsuki.
    • Ikutsuki never mentioned that he tampered the recording video of the incident from ten years ago. Yukari confirmed it when having a talk with Mitsuru during the Kyoto trip.
  • Makoto meets Ryoji before he transferred to Gekkoukan High.
  • Akihiko, Ken, Fuuka, Yukari and Mitsuru's Personas do not evolve into their Ultimate Personas. Junpei is the only person who received his Ultimate Persona.
  • Some characters make a cameo appearance:
  • Chidori leaves the hospital with Takaya and Jin when SEES are still at their school field trip on November 21.
  • Aigis seems to always following Makoto everywhere during the Kyoto school field trip rather than give him some space to spend time with the guys.
  • During the hot spring accident, when Ryoji attempts to flirt and get the girls to notice him, Makoto stops him by dunking him underwater instead of Junpei.
  • Natsuki transfered to a different school in November instead of October.
  • Makoto and Ryoji's friendship is deeper than in the game.
  • Chidori does not temporarily control Fuuka and tell them where she is.
  • SEES battles Takaya and Jin for the second time rather than January seperately.
  • Mitsuru discovered the connection between Strega and Ikutsuki in November instead of January.

Winter of Rebirth[edit | edit source]

  • There is actual snow in the movie. There is no snow in the game.
  • SEES battles Ryoji earlier in December 2.
  • Ryoji completely destroyed the Moonlight Bridge.
  • Ryoji shows Makoto his true form in his incomplete form of Death ten years ago instead of a form that resembles Thanatos in the original game.
  • Takaya and Jin reappear in December instead of January 31.
  • Fuuka recovers some of the video data of Yukari's father including his message to Yukari.
  • Yukari get strangled by her Persona, Io, in a dream due to her depression and fear, but in the game that never happened, and unlike in the movie she was to first member to be sure about her decision to fight Nyx.
  • Aigis attempts to kill Ryoji again on December 31.
  • Some characters make a cameo appearance:
    • Akinari Kamiki appears at the Naganaki shrine.
    • Yuko Nishiwaki appears at the gym with a fellow member she tells him that she is leaving kendo practice earlier.
    • Mutatsu appears briefly at the Club Escapade.
    • Kikuno Saikawa appears when she tells Mitsuru about the bottle of wine which Takeharu always used to drink on his daughter's birthday.
    • Mr. Ekoda, Mr. Ono, and Ms. Miyahara can be seen during Mitsuru's speech.
  • All of the other remaining SEES members' Personas (except Makoto and Junpei) evolved after they regained their resolve to live, much later than in the game.
  • The differences between the movie and game during January 31 are:
    • Elizabeth grants Orpheus the Megidolaon spell in order to defeat The Reaper, who was impeding Makoto's path to the top of Tartarus.
    • Makoto battles Nyx Avatar alone, while Akihiko, Junpei and Aigis battle Takaya and Jin, and Yukari, Mitsuru, Ken and Koromaru battle regular Shadows.
    • Nyx Avatar incorporates elements of the Full Moon Shadows into its attacks.
    • Jin is killed when one of his grenades explodes right after being shot from his hand by Aigis. However in the game, he kills himself in order to avoid being killed by the Shadows.
    • Takaya doesn't climb to the top of Tartarus when Nyx's true body comes out of the Moon.
    • SEES battles against Shadows climbing to the top of Tartarus while Nyx is sending its gravitational waves.
    • Makoto has a vision where he has a conversation with Ryoji about the answer to life, before he fuses Orpheus and Thanatos into Messiah and reaches Nyx's core.
    • Makoto gains the Universe Arcana after reaching Nyx's core while in the game he gained it before that.
    • The Universe Arcana's card design wasn't shown in the game, whereas in the movie, the art design was that of the World Arcana.
    • Instead of Tartarus shattering to pieces which flow behind the moon right before the end of the Dark Hour, Tartarus explodes and collapses when Makoto defeats Nyx with the Great Seal.
  • In March 5, when Makoto's friends remember the promise, Mitsuru did not finish her speech nor goes quiet for a moment as she immediately remembers the promise and their expressions upon that is different, and immediately go to the roof to fulfill the promise.
  • In Makoto's final days on March 5, Makoto and his friends did not ask Aigis as she immediately go to the roof to fulfill the promise. Because of this, Aigis and Makoto's conversation in the Iwatodai Dormitory was omitted.
    • Furthermore, he sees a small glimpse of his friends coming to his side before he passed away peacefully. However, in the game, he never get a chance to see them before his passing and the last person he sees was Aigis.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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Videos[edit | edit source]

Preview 01
Preview 02
Preview 03
"Fate Is In Our Hands"

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Every time a Shadow from a full-moon operation is defeated, a blue butterfly appears at the scenes.
    • In Falling Down, it is revealed that a blue butterfly is used as a visual shorthand for Makoto obtaining the Arcanas and Pharos regaining a fragments of his memories.
  • Although Rio and Saori from Persona 3 Portable appear in the third movie, they don't appear in the original game or the male route, only appearing in the Female Protagonist's route.
  • A teaser of the first movie was first shown as a 28 second scene at the end of Persona 4 The Animation -The Factor of Hope-.

External Links[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

Playable Male Protagonist - Female Protagonist - Yukari Takeba - Junpei Iori - Akihiko Sanada - Mitsuru Kirijo - Fuuka Yamagishi - Aigis - Koromaru - Ken Amada - Shinjiro Aragaki - Metis
Social Link Kenji Tomochika - Hidetoshi Odagiri - Bunkichi and Mitsuko - Kazushi Miyamoto - Chihiro Fushimi - Isako Toriumi - Keisuke Hiraga - Yuko Nishiwaki - Maiko Oohashi - Pharos - Bebe - President Tanaka - Mutatsu - Mamoru Hayase - Nozomi Suemitsu - Akinari Kamiki - Rio Iwasaki - Saori Hasegawa - Ryoji Mochizuki
Major Igor - Elizabeth - Theodore - Shuji Ikutsuki - Officer Kurosawa - Takaya Sakaki - Jin Shirato - Chidori Yoshino - Takeharu Kirijo - Kouetsu Kirijo - Eiichiro Takeba - Natsuki Moriyama - Nyx - Erebus - Margaret
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Cameo Yukiko Amagi - Noriko Kashiwagi - Man Drinking Alone
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Other Kyoto - Great Seal
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Songs "Burn My Dread" - "Aria of the Soul" - "Want To Be Close" - "When the Moon Reaches for the Stars" - "Iwatodai Dorm" - "Mass Destruction" - "Deep Breath Deep Breath" - "Deep Mentality" - "Changing Seasons" - "Current Net Price Tanaka" - "Battle Hymn of the Soul" - "Kimi no Kioku" - "P3 FES" - "Mass Destruction -P3fes version-" - "Heartful Cry" - "Brand New Days" - "Soul Phrase" - "A Way of Life" - "Time" - "Wiping All Out" - "More Than One Heart" - "Fate is In Our Hands" - "One Single Word" - "One Hand, One Heartbeat" - "One Determination" - "Sound of the Beast" - "Storm for a Butterfly" - "Light in Starless Sky" - "My Testimony" - "Self Redemption"
Terminology Persona (Initial / Prime / Ultimate) - Persona User - Shadow - Wild Card - Evoker - Tactics - All-Out Attack - Shuffle Time - Dark Hour - Moon Phase System - Full Moon Operations - SEES - Kirijo Group - Nanjo Group - Strega - Artificial Persona User - Suppressants - Apathy Syndrome - The Fall - Death - Who's Who - Phoenix Ranger Featherman R - Plume of Dusk
Lists Arcana - Personas (P3 - FES - P) - Shadows - Bosses (P3 - FES) - Skills - Items (Heart Items / Vending Machines) - Status Effects - Elizabeth's Requests - Activities - Calendar
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