Director: Yohan Faure
The Dragon Ball Z franchise has its own group of fans, having more diverse branches to it. Some of the fans that were way too absorbed by the idea of a fan film decided to make a really cool live action movie based on the different parts of the series they saw fit, and that turned out to become The Fall Of Men.
“The world isn’t like it’s supposed to be. Something happened along the way”. Does this remind any DBZ fans of CELL? For those of you who don’t know about him, Cell is one of the biggest villians of the franchise and Trunk who knows he doesn’t stand a chance against him wants to try for his own peace of mind, for the friends he lost along the way and above all, for the hope it might bring to the world if he succeeds.
Keeping in mind that this 28 minute live-action short is a fan made structure the movie is top-notch. Although, at some place it might feel a bit slow but clever plot and a catalogue of special effects makes up for that glitch. Plus, the fighting scenes are of a different class all together.
This brain child of Yohan Farue and Vianney Grifon is by the fans and for the fans of the Dragon Ball Z and pays a huge tribute to the franchize.