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The Opening

In a small town, a mysterious new store called "The Opening" appears overnight. The store sells unique items that seem to fulfill people's deepest desires, but at a high price. As more and more residents visit the store, they become consumed by their desires and lose sight of what truly matters.

One day, a young girl named Lily discovers the truth behind "The Opening" and realizes that the store is actually a portal to another dimension. She must find a way to close the portal before it's too late and the town is completely consumed by their desires.

Will Lily be able to save her town from the clutches of "The Opening" or will they be forever trapped in a world of their own making?

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Play Title Artist
The Opening
Pegasasu Fantasy - 21st Century Ver.
Eien Blue - 21st Century Ver.
聖闘士神話 ~ソルジャードリーム~ (聖闘士星矢) - LIVE
Pegasus Fantasy
Blue Forever
Soldier Dream
Blue Dream (Saint Seiya) [feat. Berioska]
地球ぎ (『聖闘士星矢 冥王ハーデス十二宮編』OP)
君と同じ青空 (『聖闘士星矢 冥王ハーデス十二宮編』ED)
Megami No Senshi (Pegasus Forever)
The Realm of Athena
Pegasus Seiya
Somebody New
Soldier Dream (From "Saint Seiya Soul of Gold")
The Beautiful Brave (From "Saint Seiya: Saintia Sho")
Never ~ Saint Seiya's Theme ~ (From "Saint Seiya: Tenkai-hen ~ Overture ~")
END or NEXT (From "Saint Seiya Awakening: Next Dimension")
Blue Dream
Por el Mundo
Hana No Kusari (Saint Seiya the Lost Canvas) [feat. Maggie Vera & Berioska]
Never (Saint Seiya) [feat. Mauren & Berioska]
Pegasus Fantasy (Los Caballeros del Zodiaco Omega) - De Película
The Beautiful Brave (Saintia Sho) [Saint Seiya] [Opening Latino]
Goddess Athena
Glide! Pegasus ~ 1st Movement ~
Glide! Pegasus ~ 2nd Movement ~
Sad Brothers (From "Saint Seiya")
Ikki's Theme (From "Saint Seiya") - Instrumental
Glide! Pegasus ~ 3rd Movement ~
Shuushou Sekaijuu No Ki No Shita De (From "Saint Seiya Bgm")
Abel No Theme / 108 No Masei (From Saint Seiya)
Athena Tensei
Sei'iki no Kutou (From "Saint Seiya: Tenkai-hen ~ Overture ~")
Pandora No Hako (From "Saint Seiya") [Harp Solo Version]
Shun Sono Tatakai (From "Saint Seiya") [Alernative Version]
Polaris Hilda (From "Saint Seiya")
Inside a Dream (From "Saint Seiya")
Blue Dream (Piano Fantasía)
Mime's Requiem (From "Saint Seiya") [Piano Arrangement]
Pegasus Fantasy (Instrumental) [From "Saint Seiya"]
Blue Dream (From: "Saint Seiya")
Hero (From "Saint Seiya: Legend of Sanctuary)
Yakusoku No Asu E (From "Saint Seiya: Soul of Gold")

User reviews

Michael Thompson

The orchestration and arrangement of the music in The Opening showcase a careful attention to detail and a dedication to enhancing the storytelling experience.

Paul Roberts

The soundtrack of The Opening felt repetitive and lacked variety. The same melodies and motifs were used throughout the entire film, which made it difficult to stay engaged and interested in the story.

Robert Hill

I found the soundtrack of The Opening to be forgettable and unmemorable. After watching the film, I couldn't recall any standout musical moments or themes that stuck with me. The lack of a strong musical identity hindered my overall enjoyment of the movie.

Andrew Thompson

One of the standout features of the soundtrack is how it evolves along with the storyline. As the plot unfolds and tension rises, the music builds in intensity, creating a sense of urgency and suspense that keeps you engaged and invested in the characters' journey.

George Gonzalez

The music in The Opening failed to effectively convey the emotional depth of the characters' struggles and conflicts. The compositions felt generic and uninspired, missing the opportunity to enhance the on-screen drama and tension.

Ashley Robinson

The incorporation of different musical styles and instruments in the soundtrack adds depth and variety, keeping the audience engaged and invested in the unfolding events.

Susan Jackson

The soundtrack of The Opening perfectly captures the mysterious and eerie atmosphere of the story. The haunting melodies and ambient sounds create a sense of unease and tension that keeps you on the edge of your seat.

Stephanie Robinson

The emotional depth conveyed through the music adds layers to the characters' development and helps to immerse the audience in the story.

George Hall

The dynamic range of the music in The Opening allows for moments of quiet introspection as well as intense climactic sequences, effectively guiding the audience through the story's twists and turns.

Timothy Nelson

The soundtrack succeeds in building tension and creating a sense of unease, mirroring the growing danger posed by the mysterious store.

Edward Evans

The use of different musical instruments and textures in the soundtrack adds depth and complexity to the overall listening experience. From subtle piano notes to dramatic orchestral swells, each element enhances the storytelling and complements the visuals of the film perfectly.

Margaret Wilson

The use of haunting melodies and subtle sound effects in the music enhances the sense of foreboding and suspense in the narrative.

Matthew Jones

The soundtrack of The Opening effectively captures the eerie and mysterious atmosphere of the story, setting the tone for the unfolding events.

Charles Allen

The musical motifs used throughout the soundtrack help to establish a sense of continuity and cohesion in the narrative, reinforcing key themes and plot points.

George Young

Overall, the soundtrack of The Opening serves as a powerful and evocative companion to the story, enhancing the viewing experience and leaving a lasting impression on the audience.