MOONLIGHT MILE: ONE SMALL STEP

ADV Films is pleased to present a near-future sci-fi series chronicling mankind’s first steps in the struggle to conquer space.  Volume one of Moonlight Mile will be available everywhere on February 19.Produced by powerhouse studios Klockworx (Chrono Crusade, Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu) and Imagica (Divergence Eve, Gravion), Moonlight Mile follows two globe-trotting adventurers as they join the international effort to mine Helium 3, a new energy source discovered on the moon.  The gritty early days of space exploration make for engaging visuals and exciting plotlines.

Synopsis: For daredevil mountain climbers Goro Saruwatari and Jack “Lostman” Woodbridge, conquering the highest peeks on Earth is just the beginning. When a virtually limitless energy source is discovered on the moon, and the world’s space agencies join forces to launch a mining operation, Goro and Lostman see their next frontier. But can the super powers of the world really share such a valuable resource? As yet another war erupts in the Gulf, and shadowy government agencies vie for underhanded supremacy in this new frontier, our two adventurers must face their own hardships in their struggle to make their dreams of reaching the moon a reality.  Who will make it there first? Just how far are they willing to go?  What will be waiting for them when they get there?

Moonlight Mile (SRP $29.98 DVD) is a DVD-only anamorphic release including the first four episodes, presented in both English 5.1 and Japanese 5.1 with English subtitles.  Extras include clean opening animation, clean closing animation and previews of upcoming ADV Films releases.

DVD Product Details

Volume:                              1 of 3

Running Time:     100 minutes

Age Rating:          TV MA (V, S, L)

CAT:                     DMLM/001

UPC:                     702727186929

Pre-Book Date:   1/22/2008

Street Date:          2/19/2008

Format:                 DVD

SRP:                     $29.98

Product specifications and content configuration subject to change.

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