Detective Conan: The Private Eyes' Requiem

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Detective Conan: The Private Eyes' Requiem
Theatrical release poster
Japanese名探偵コナン 探偵たちの鎮魂歌 (レクイエム)
HepburnMeitantei Konan: Tantei Tachi no Rekuiemu
Directed byYasuichiro Yamamoto
Produced byFumio Ueda
Hiroaki Kobayashi
Masahito Yoshioka
Michihiko Suwa
Toshio Nakatani
Written byHiroshi Kashiwabara
Based onDetective Conan by Gosho Aoyama
StarringMinami Takayama
Wakana Yamazaki
Akira Kamiya
Kappei Yamaguchi
Ryo Horikawa
Akira Ishida
Fumi Hirano
Toru Furuya
Music byKatsuo Ono
CinematographyTakashi Nomura
Edited byTerumitsu Okada
Distributed byToho
Release date
April 15, 2006
Running time
111 minutes
Box office¥ 3.03 billion [1]
(US$ 30.7 million)

Detective Conan: The Private Eyes' Requiem (名探偵コナン 探偵たちの鎮魂歌 (レクイエム), Meitantei Konan: Tantei Tachi no Rekuiemu) is a 2006 Japanese animated feature film and the tenth entry in the Detective Conan film series released on April 15, 2006. It earned 3.03 billion yen in the box office.[2][3]


  • "Detective Conan" series 10th anniversary commemorative works, so there are many related activities.
  • The main feature of this movie is that most of the important supporting characters in the anime will appear (including the grandma of the mountain village police officer).
  • The theater version of the third appearance of Kaito Kidd.
  • The focus of this part is also the reasoning competition triggered by the hostages of Moriran, Sonoko Suzuki, Toyama and Yeha.
  • The advertisement and the poster's conclusion: "Detectives, I hope you will sleep forever."
  • This film is the second theatrical version so far in which if the case cannot be solved, all participants will die directly (the first is "The Undead of Baker Street").
  • Four great talents-Kudo Shinichi, Hattori Heiji, Hakuba Tan (actually Kidd disguised), and Kaito Kidd (Kuroba Kuaito) all appear in this film.
  • The total box office revenue of this film in Taipei was once the highest among all theater versions for eight years, and it was not broken by "Sniper of Different Dimensions" until 2014.
  • This film is the only theater version so far that Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya is not dubbed by Otani Yue.


Conan, Kogoro, Ran, Ayumi, Genta, Mitsuhiko and Haibara are invited to visit a client in a hotel beside a theme park called Miracle Land. Ran and the kids leave after being given free theme park wristbands, while Conan and Kogoro are forced by the client to solve a mystery to remove the wrist watches, which are set to detonate. The client also reveals that the wristbands given to Ran and company are set to detonate should they leave the premises. The mystery man reveals that two other detectives gave up, one killed, while one is still working.

Conan and Kogoro investigate an empty hotel where they find ski masks and a gun, which were used for a robbery. On the same date of the robbery, Kaitou Kid stole some jewels from a nearby company. Kogoro retrieves the bag, but ends up getting arrested as Kid's accomplice. The mysterious man calls Conan, correctly identifies him as Shinichi and gives him a second clue.

Conan meets Heiji Hattori who reveals that he is also part of the search, with his friend Kazuha also held captive. Hattori and Conan work together and end up in Yokohama Ocean University where they join together with Hakuba Saguru, a famous detective from the North. They find out that one of the former presidents of the club, Nishio, was charged with the murder of a classmate. Hattori then confirms with the client through the phone that the mystery he wants them to solve was the murder case.

They are attacked by two motorcyclists working for a person who is trying to kill Kaitou Kid. To escape, the three detectives split up. Conan ends up falling from a bridge and breaks his leg.

Kogoro is already giving his report to the client in the hotel when Hattori knocks him out so he does not get killed for giving a wrong conclusion. They then discover the client who is a blind wheelchair user and reveal the truth to him. The client, Nishio and Reiko, a woman who the client was in love with, were staging the robbery of an armored car. The robbery went wrong when a guard was killed and the robbers' escape was then witnessed by Kaitou Kid. Thus, the Nishio was murdered in order to keep the involvement of the other two silent. Conan and Hattori reveal that Nishio was already dead before the client shot him and that Reiko was the true killer. When the client panicked and tried to leave the city, his car was sabotaged in an attempt to kill him.

Reiko appears at that moment and confirms the truth behind the incident. She attempts to kill the detectives but is knocked out.

Conan accesses the computer to change the settings on the wristbands but fails due to the computer receiving damage from a loose gunshot. Conan manages to deactivate the link but not the restricted area however. The watches are then collected by the police except one (Genta) which is not accounted for as the police thought that the number of wristband is correct. They forgot to include the fact that Sonoko Suzuki is not involved in the case therefore they should include one more in the number of wristband collected. After the police collected the wristbands, all of them went to the snake ride. Genta brought along the wristband for the snake ride. At the start of the ride, Hattori saw the wristband and shouted. Haibara managed to remove but due to the motion of the ride, the wristband lands on the last seat of the ride. When the ride reaches the sea which is out of the restricted zone, Kaitou Kid took the wristband and let it explode safely.

Conan reveals that Kid was with them for a long time, disguised as Hakuba Saguru. The death of the three previous detectives hired by the client is revealed to have been staged.



The theme song is "Yuruginaimono Hitotsu" (ゆるぎないものひとつ) by B'z. It was released on April 12, 2006.[4] Along with The Last Wizard of the Century and The Phantom of Baker Street, this is the third Detective Conan movie theme wrote by B'z.

The official soundtrack was released on April 12, 2006.[5]

Home Media[edit]


There are two versions of the DVD released, a special version and a regular version, both released on December 13, 2006.[6] The special version contains a disc with the movie and trailers, and a bonus disc with all of the movie and Detective Conan 10 years Special Thanks commercials, costing ¥7350.[7] The regular version contains only a disc with the movie and trailers, costing ¥6090.[6]


The Blu-ray version of the film was released on February 25, 2011.[8] The Blu-ray contains the same content of the DVD plus a mini-booklet explaining the film and the BD-live function.[8]


  1. ^ "Highest grossing movies of 2006" (in Japanese). Motion Picture Producers Association of Japan. Archived from the original on December 15, 2009. Retrieved December 15, 2009.
  2. ^ "Highest grossing movies of 2006" (in Japanese). Motion Picture Producers Association of Japan. Archived from the original on December 15, 2009. Retrieved December 15, 2009.
  3. ^ "名探偵コナン:劇場版新作が興収60億円突破 シリーズ最高記録を更新". MANTANWEB(まんたんウェブ) (in Japanese). Retrieved 2020-11-29.
  4. ^ "B'z Official website" (in Japanese). B'z. Retrieved February 8, 2010.
  5. ^ "Detective Conan: The Private Eyes' Requiem Official Soundtrack" (in Japanese). Retrieved February 8, 2010.
  6. ^ a b "Detective Conan: The Private Eyes' Requiem DVD (Regular Version)" (in Japanese). Retrieved February 8, 2010.
  7. ^ "Detective Conan: The Private Eyes' Requiem DVD (Special Version)" (in Japanese). Retrieved February 8, 2010.
  8. ^ a b "Detective Conan: The Private Eyes' Requiem" (in Japanese). Being Inc. Archived from the original on June 19, 2011. Retrieved April 5, 2011.

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