Algumas curiosidades e esclarecimentos sobre o filme:
- First of all, the wolf is of course the Cloud's symbol (see the wolf's symbolism meaning and Fenrir's story - Fenrir is the name of the Cloud's bike -). Nomura adds too that the scenes where the wolf appears are at the cliff where Zacks was killed, the Forgotten Capital and the church. The wolf symbolizes Cloud's feelings of regret towards the events associated in these places. Once he's able to settle all these the wolf (Cloud's feelings) return to normal and disappears. So the Wolf = Cloud's scene of regret too.
- The black substance Sephiroth summoned was a kind of negative Lifestream, from the people who had died of Geostigma.
- There's a meaning to the number of birds seen flying over the mounts of wreckage, but they don't say what it is.
- There's a meaning to the angel statue, but they didn't say what.
- Some of the commentary staff asked what was that black thing that appeared when Kadaj stepped into the water, to which someone replied that it was the the dye from his clothes bleeding. Really, it's the will/'shinen' overflowing from Kadaj that's flowing into the water, like Kadaj himself (being a 'shinentai'/remnants) flowing into the water.
- The reason Bahamut Shin is digging where the memorial statue was is because Kadaj ordered him, believing Jenova's head was there.
- The scene where everyone helps Cloud jump up towards Bahamut Shin is called the 'Relay Battle', and is a homage to the scene from the game's ending where when Cloud reachs up towards the light Tifa is holding out her hand.
- There's a lot more languages in the FFVII world besides Japanese.
- Rufus's left hand is hidden, but he has Jenova's head at that point in time. There were some people doing the commentary who didn't know about that.
- The reason the children's movements are quite super-human is because they drank the water mixed with Kadaj's will, and Sephified them.
- The scene with the Kadaj and Rufus in the building was added later. There's a meaning behind the '13' on the building they're in, but they didn't say what.
- The name of the Bahamut in the film is "Bahamut SHIN" (Tremor). This name was only revealed with the figure, so it's not well known. The names of FFVII's Bahamuts come from old Japanese fighter planes. (KAI/Neo, REISHIKI/Zero, SHIN/Tremor).
- The scene where water bursts out in the church was a homage to the game's ending where the Lifestream flows out from the ground. For that reason, the camera angle was made the same.
- Since they had really wanted a scene showing Tifa and Aerith's connection, they added the "so you've been with us all along" scene.
informaçoes do Nomura, dizem...