G-Saviour (movie)

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G-Saviour is the first live action Gundam production and aired in Japan in 2000. A Japanese/Canadian coproduction, it was conceived as part of the Gundam 20th anniversary “Big Bang Project” that also included ∀ Gundam. Directed by Graeme Campbell, the TV movie was written by Stephanie Pena-Sy and Mark Amato and featured mechanical designs by Kunio Okawara and a score by John Debney and Louis Febre. Set in UC 0223, the Earth Federation has collapsed and is replaced by the sinister Congress of Settlement Nations (CONSENT). Former CONSENT pilot Mark Curran is ripped away from his civilian life when CONSENT attempts to suppress a breakthrough in bioluminescence that could end a hunger crisis. G-Saviour was released on home video in North America by Bandai Entertainment but is long out of print.

Live Action

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G-Saviour Info


Graeme Campbell

Stephanie Pena-Sy
Mark Amato

Mechanical Designer:
Kunio Okawara

Musical Composer(s):
John Debney
Louis Febre

Japan 12.29.2000


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