Copyright: © 1997 B-Babas / Chiho Saito TV / Tokyo Shonen Iinkai, © 1998 Central Park Media and Software Sculptors
Director: Ikuhara Kunihiko Original Story and Character Design: Saito Chiho Character Design: Hasegawa Shinya
After the excitement of two duels with Saionji, Tenjou Utena is finally able to sit down to a calm breakfast in the dorm hall. Still, she finds it rather odd that she and Anthy are the only two assigned to the large building...
Utena is also having a difficult time adjusting to life with Himemiya Anthy waiting on her hand and foot and being formally addressed as "Utena-sama" -- not to mention being her engaged to the so-called "Rose Bride."
Saionji hasn't been taking his losses well. More than a little disappointed and embarrassed with the results, he has confined himself to the kendo dojo, refusing to come out. His admiring school mates find this situation intolerable, and place the blame squarely on Anthy -- who seems to have become the target of hostility from Saionji's admirers. Luckily, Kiryu Nanami, younger sister to the president of the student's council, steps in and prevents any serious harm when a group of three young women decide to take out their frustrations on the Rose Bride.
Much to Anthy's surprise, Nanami informs her that Anthy is the object of affections by many of the young men at Ohtori Academy, and that she has been nominated to compete for the position of the prom queen at an upcoming ball. Nanami invites both Anthy and Utena to attend...
Before the ball, the two young ladies receive their formal gowns for the gala... Anthy's dress from Nanami, and much to Utena's chagrin, her dress from Kiryuu Touga. But why is Nanami being so kind to Anthy? And could student council president possibly be the gallant prince that Utena met so many years ago?
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