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A soundtrack album was released together with the score of Final Fantasy II in 1989. Some of the game's tracks became mainstays to the Final Fantasy series: the "Prelude", the arpeggio played on the title screen; the "Opening Theme", which is played when the party crosses the bridge early in the game and later referred to as the Final Fantasy theme; and the "Victory Fanfare", which is played after every victorious battle. The opening motif of the battle theme has also been reused a number of times in the series. Final Fantasy was also the basis for the series finale of a video game-themed cartoon series Captain N: The Game Master entitled "The Fractured Fantasy of Captain N". 8-Bit Theater, a sprite-based webcomic created by Brian Clevinger, parodies the game, and has become very popular in the gaming community since it started in March 2001.
There have also been changes in the casting: if in the Soviet times the roles of schoolchildren was basically performed by the schoolchildren themselves (Welcome, or No entry, By the windows go trains, Call, open the door, Transitional age, The woodpecker's head doesn't hurt, Scarecrow, etc.), then in the Russian TV series of the XXI century almost became the norm, when professional actors from twenty to thirty years play the roles of schoolchildren. Apparently, producers and directors believe that 1) many months (and many serials are shot for several years) shooting with a tough, exhausting work schedule is too much for real schoolchildren; 2) in connection with the rather slippery plot situations of a sexual and lexical nature, laid down in the script of modern films about the school, try to hedge, in order to avoid accusations of "corrupting" the under-age performers on the set.
It all began with a simple situational comedy Dormitory (2001), built according to American standards, which became a sketch for the comedies about student life that followed: Theater Academy (2002), Merry Company (2003), Students (2005), Touched (2005), Students-2 (2006), Students International (2006), Univer (2008-2011), Univer: Open Doors" (2013), "Univer: New Dormitory (20112016), Philological Faculty (2017). By the way, never before the student topics did occupy such a prominent place in the Soviet and Russian cinema / television repertoire. By rejecting the gloomy interpretations of the educational process that prevailed in perestroika years, Russian TV series competed with each other in terms of sexually and funny scenes, mockery of teachers' corruption and general old-age mockery. For example, in the Touched (2005) student jokingly at first imitated his "self-immolation", and then with the same enchanting success engaged in fake urination in front of a shocked university professor.
At sunset of thaw, a fantastic comedy Wake of Mukhin! (1967) appeared on screens, where the main hero from the USSR of the late sixties was transferred to the year 1837 to protect Alexander Pushkin from the fateful duel. Authors of the fantastic comedy To Save Pushkin (2017), on the contrary, send Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin from 1837 to Moscow 2017, but the schoolchildren are also trying to dissuade the great poet from a duel with Dantes. Despite a number of critics noted [Arkhangelsky, 2017; Potapova, 2017; Ukhov, 2017] of merits (lightness, sincerity, humour, interesting and topical detective and satirical plot, dynamics and intrigue, unexpected, witty finale), the film failed at the box office, unable to withstand competition with Western blockbusters. Probably, its appearance in the TV format would be more appropriate, and then the target audience would have a much greater chance of understanding that "our everything" here is not a figurative but an aesthetic value. A guest from the past the authors show the invariance of the meanings of words honour, duty, respect, responsibility, truth, politeness, tact. Of course, these concepts have been polished for two hundred years, but their inner strength has remained the same, and it is important to understand it at a young age" [Ukhov, 2017]. In addition, in To Save Pushkin ridiculed "thirst for glory and ubiquitous media, when any news is immediately on the screen to confirm or debunk, and every second student gets the opportunity to run his own video blog using improvised means" [Potapova, 2017].
Amending the Federal Law "On the Protection of Children from Information Harmful to their Health and Development" and certain legislative acts of the Russian Federation on the issue of restricting access to unlawful information in the Internet "and changes and amendments to Federal Law No. 53" On the State Language of the Russian Federation"(2005) - from July 1, 2014) in films on the school-student topic, one could find an abundance of sexual scenes (Physics or Chemistry, 2011), and obscene vocabulary (Everyone will die, but I'll stay, 2008). The world view of the authors of many media texts about the school and university was extremely tolerant of such factors perceived in the Soviet negatively as egoism, snobbery, greed, lies, domination based on threats, physical violence, teenage sexual relations, smoking, drinking (and in some cases - even light drugs (see, for example, the series Physics or Chemistry), etc. Wealth, sexual pleasure and entertainment largely determined the culture of the world depicted in Russian media texts about shool and the university of the XXI century (School number 1, 2007; Barvikha, 2009; Golden, 2011; Physics or Chemistry, 2011; Teacher of Physical Education, 2014-2017; Philological Faculty, 2017 and others.).
At the same time, a small number of films were filmed on the school and university topic, which largely inherited the traditions of Soviet cinema, where the "old-fashioned" hierarchy of values dominated (diligence, honesty, willingness to help good or backsliding people): Simple Trues (1999-2003); The Disappeared Empire (2007); The Adult Life of the Girl by Polina Subbotina (2008), Private Pioneers' (2012); The Mother's Diary of the First-grader (2014); Dolly Sheep was angry and died early (2014); Village Teacher (2015), Ghost (2015); Good Boy (2016); To Save Pushkin (2017), etc.
-Establish a particularly trusting relationship with students, although sometimes it is very difficult (Simple Truths, 1999-2003; Teacher in Law, 2007; The Adult Life of the Girl by Polina Subbotina, 2008; School, 2010; Physics or chemistry, 2011; Geographer Burned the globe , 2013; Teachers, 2014; Teacher of Physical Education, 2014-2017; Village teacher, 2015; Teacher, 2015; Beloved Teacher, 2016; Pupil, 2016; Good Boy , 2016; To Save Pushkin, 2017, etc.). 2b1af7f3a8