Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos

Fullmetal Alchemist The Sacred Star of Milos Japanese , Hepburn Hagane no Renkinjutsushi Mirosu no Seinaru Hoshi? is the second theatrical film based on the Fullmetal Alchemist franchise, released in 2011. The film was first announced after the airing of the final episode of Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood. The Japanese premiere was on July 2, 2011.

The movie begins with a young girl, Julia Crichton, waking up from a dream about the day her family was forcibly taken from her home by soldiers beside her older brother Ashleigh , who is currently studying their parents alchemy books. Ashleigh then shows his sister some pages and explains that with the alchemy in the book, he hopes to make a world that no ones seen before. Soon after discovering two strange rubbedout pages, the siblings hear some strange noises and Ashleigh goes ahead to investigate, but a worried Julia follows to a room where she finds the bodies of her parents hung up and dripping blood. She watches in horror as her brother is attacked and presumably murdered to which she faints.Years later, a criminal breaks free from prison in Amestris, and the Elric brothers, Edward and Alphonse, join the effort to recapture him. The duo confronts the escapee who proves himself a dangerous opponent able to create ice and lightning from the alchemy circles drawn in blood on the palms of his hands. Despite the Elrics efforts to capture the criminal, he ends up escaping, and after some investigation with Edwards superior Roy Mustang and his assistant Riza Hawkeye, they learn that the fugitive, Melvin Voyager, escaped with only six months remaining of his fiveyear sentence. Among his belongings, they find a newspaper page with a piece cut off, and comparing with an intact copy of the same page, they find that the missing piece is a photo of a young woman named Julia Crichton who was arrested while entering illegally in the remote Table City, set in the border between Amestris and Creta. ........

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