Amalfi, once a beautiful Italian city, now a living place of terror when reports told that there was a Japanese girl abducted by the kidnappers and only one man can bring her back. Amalfi: Megami no Hoshu (日本名: アマルフィ 女神の報酬) centers on one man, played by one of Japan's respectful actors, Yuji Oda, who struggles his way to Italy to save the abducted girl from the kidnappers. With this movie accompanied by well known actors including Koichi Sato (The Magic Hour) Eriko Toda (Death Note: the Last name), Yuki Amama, Masaharu Fukuyama, Atsushi Ito, and Nene Otsuka, with special appearances of mistress of classical songs, Sarah Brightman, who sang "Time to Say Goodbye", the movie's main theme.
The original sound track of the movie, scored by Yugo Kanno, reminisce the dramatic struggles of one Japanese man who tries to rescue the abducted girl before the untimely terrorism strikes all over Italy, or worse, the world. With 22 tracks in total, including the instrumental version of Sarah Brightman's Time To Say Goodbye (sold separately under Sarah Brightman Love Songs CD), you can experience back the heroic struggles from Amalfi: Megami no Hoshu.
1. アマルフィ 女神の報酬
17. 任務 試聴する
22. タイム・トゥ・セイ・グッバイ (インストゥルメンタル・ヴァージョン)
What's Good: All 22 tracks became the epitome of the movie's prime.
What's Not: Time To Say Goodbye might be the movie theme song, but to get this song with lyrics, buy the Sarah Brightman Love Songs CD first.