Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva

Layton Kyouju to Eien no Utahime

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Professor Hershel Layton—renowned archaeologist, puzzle-solver, and extraordinary gentleman—and his young aspiring apprentice Luke Triton receive a mysterious letter from his former student Janice Quatlane containing tickets to an opera at the Crown Petone. They soon discover that it is no ordinary opera, but rather a devious game for the legendary Fountain of Youth—the giver of eternal life. However, this only scratches the surface of an unfolding mystery that the pair must solve together in order to survive. Despite being faced with complex puzzles and fervent competition, Professor Layton and his trusted assistant Luke never forget to uphold the standards of true gentlemen... and a true gentleman never leaves a puzzle unsolved.

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English: Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva
Japanese: レイトン教授と永遠の歌姫
Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Dec 19, 2009
Licensors: Viz Media
Studios: OLM, P.A. Works
Source: Game
Genres: Adventure, Mystery
Duration: 1 hr 39 min
Rating: PG – Children
Resolution: 480p, 720p, 1080p
Type: Dual Audio


Akihiro Hino – Producer, Script, Planning, Original Creator
Kenji Horikawa – Producer
Makoto Oomura – Producer
Masakazu Hashimoto – Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
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A typical Layton story – it makes you cry while puzzles are solved.


better than expected


A beautiful stand alone movie, but a must watch for Layton fans.


It’s alright but nothing special. You don’t have to have played any of the games to get enjoyment out of this movie.


bring back lukes og eng voice actor and then we’ll talk


A Professor Layton game without the game! How could this go wrong?



    "We, who hurt each other so terribly, will sit here licking each other's wounds. We damaged goods will each seek the other out in comfort. If you are to die tomorrow, I'm fine with my life ending then as well. But if you want to live for me for one more day,I'll go on living with you today as well. And thus begins a tale of kindred, bound by their scars. Soaked in red and written in black, a story of blood. One of which I'll never speak. Our very own, precious as it is, story of scars. And I have no intention of reciting it to anyone."