- 1 Max RichterInvasion Main Title 1:16
- 2 Max RichterAnd at This Frequency 2:26
- 3 Max RichterPermanently Retired 1:59
- 4 Max RichterJASA Launch 1:52
- 5 Max RichterStranded 3:16
- 6 Max RichterMissing Hinata 2:10
- 7 Max RichterCarry Chavez Out 1:57
- 8 Max RichterWhat Do We Do 3:18
- 9 Max RichterIt's the Hoshi-12 2:06
- 10 Max RichterHinata's Room 1:39
- 11 Max RichterEmergency Signal 1:32
- 12 Max RichterQuiet as a Mouse 4:13
- 13 Max RichterCleared to Leave 5:37
- 14 Max RichterAneesha's Kiss 4:19
- 15 Max RichterVastness of Space 1:49
- 16 Max RichterHinata Was Her 4:25
- 17 Max RichterComing for Casper 4:58
- 18 Max RichterListen to Your Voice 4:29
- 19 Max RichterInside the Hive Mind 2:35
- 20 Max RichterPresident's Address 4:31
- 21 Max RichterIt Was You 1:19
- 22 Max RichterHere for You 2:29
- 23 Max RichterYour Crew Is Dead 2:09
- 24 Max RichterYou're Full of Stars 2:44
|Digital: World||October 22, 2021|
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Ray James (United States)
DescriptionEarth is visited by an alien species that threatens humanity’s existence. Events unfold in real time through the eyes of five ordinary people across the globe as they struggle to make sense of the chaos unraveling around them.
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There is Farahani in the cast and Richter’s music behind the scenes, but, apparently, garbage came out on a politically correct stick. I’ll just listen to the beautiful music of one of my favorite composers, and that’s it. Translated to English
I’m ready to put 8 points for the Japanese segment, but the other three are much weaker. The mother of the family with her eternally mournful face was especially infuriated. Well, it’s been too long. Translated to English
The showrunners have stretched out the series as if the audience had a couple more lives left. Events shown in 10 hours, a competent editor would fit into one 2.5-hour full-length feature. Translated to English