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* TheStinger: [[spoiler:[[Film/DeathNoteTheLastName A short scene is set just minutes before L's final meeting with Sochiro before he dies,]] with L closing his case book and leaving his desk. The screen goes black, and these words appear]]:

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* TheStinger: [[spoiler:[[Film/DeathNoteTheLastName A short scene is set just minutes before L's final meeting with Sochiro before he dies,]] and death,]] with L closing his case book and leaving his desk. The screen goes black, and these words appear]]:


->''[[spoiler:[[InMemoriam L Lawliet\\

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->''[[spoiler:[[InMemoriam -->''[[spoiler:[[InMemoriam L Lawliet\\


* TheStinger: [[spoiler:[[Film/DeathNoteTheLastName A short scene is set just minutes before L's final meeting with Sochiro before he dies,]] with L closing his case book and leaving his desk. The screen goes black, and these words appear]]:
->''[[spoiler:[[InMemoriam L Lawliet\\
Rest in peace]]]]''



->''[[TheStinger L Lawliet\\
Rest in peace]]''

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->''[[TheStinger L Lawliet\\
Rest
->''"Watari, I want to live a little longer in peace]]''this world."''


* SpotlightStealingTitle: The first and second movie adaptations of the franchise are ''Film/{{Death Note|2006}}'' and ''Death ''[[Film/DeathNoteTheLastName Death Note: The Last Name]]''. ''Film/LChangeTheWorld'' is the third in the series.

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* SpotlightStealingTitle: The first and second movie adaptations of the franchise are ''Film/{{Death Note|2006}}'' and ''Death ''[[Film/DeathNoteTheLastName Death Note: The Last Name]]''. ''Film/LChangeTheWorld'' is the third in the series.

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* RidingIntoTheSunset: More like "walking into the sunset". L does this in the film's final minutes, as he realizes that he wanted to live longer.


! This film contains unmarked spoilers for ''Film/{{Death Note|2006}}'' and ''[[Film/DeathNoteTheLastName Death Note: The Last Name]]''. Administrivia/YouHaveBeenWarned!



! This film contains unmarked spoilers for ''Film/{{Death Note|2006}}'' and ''[[Film/DeathNoteTheLastName Death Note: The Last Name]]''. Administrivia/YouHaveBeenWarned!


* BloodierAndGorier: Compared to the first two films. There were innocent people, including children, that die of a virus that makes their skin and eyes bleed, with their skin also boiling.

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* BloodierAndGorier: Compared to the first two films. There were innocent people, including children, that die of a virus that makes their skin and eyes bleed, with their skin also boiling.boiling, with one person getting burned. Whereas in the first and second films, most people (only adults) died of heart attacks and blood was rarely present throughout both films.

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* BloodierAndGorier: Compared to the first two films. There were innocent people, including children, that die of a virus that makes their skin and eyes bleed, with their skin also boiling.


'''SPOILER ALERT! This page contains unmarked spoilers.'''

''L: Change the [=WorLd=]'' is a spinoff from the ''Film/DeathNoteSeries'', and was released in Japan February 9th, 2008.

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'''SPOILER ALERT! This page contains unmarked spoilers.'''

''L: Change the [=WorLd=]'' is a spinoff from the ''Film/DeathNoteSeries'', and was released in Japan on February 9th, 2008.


! This film contains unmarked spoilers for ''Film/{{Death Note|2006}}'' and ''[[Film/DeathNoteTheLastName Death Note: The Last Name]]''. Administrivia/YouHaveBeenWarned!



After the events of ''Death Note: The Last Name'', the legendary detective L is now approaching death's door, as he uses his final 23 days to solve crimes all over the world. When a young girl and boy come to him for aid, L is soon faced with what may be his most difficult case yet: stopping a group of corrupted scientists from spreading a lethal virus throughout the earth.

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After the events of ''Death Note: The Last Name'', the legendary detective L is now approaching death's door, as he uses his final 23 days to solve crimes all over the world. When a young girl and boy come to him for aid, L is soon faced with what may be his most difficult case yet: stopping a group of corrupted scientists from spreading a lethal virus throughout the earth.



* ContinuityNod: In TheStinger, [[spoiler:L is seen eating a golden foil-wrapped chocolate bar. The chocolate hints that this entire scene is set directly before L's last meeting with Sochiro, and death in ''Death Note: The Last Name'', as he was eating it at the time]].

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* ContinuityNod: In TheStinger, [[spoiler:L is seen eating a golden foil-wrapped chocolate bar. The chocolate hints that this entire scene is set directly before L's last meeting with Sochiro, and death in ''Death ''[[Film/DeathNoteTheLastName Death Note: The Last Name'', Name]]'', as he was eating it at the time]].



* SpotlightStealingTitle: The first and second movie adaptations of the franchise are ''Manga/{{Death Note}}'' and ''Death Note: The Last Name''. ''Film/LChangeTheWorld'' is the third in the series.

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* SpotlightStealingTitle: The first and second movie adaptations of the franchise are ''Manga/{{Death Note}}'' ''Film/{{Death Note|2006}}'' and ''Death ''[[Film/DeathNoteTheLastName Death Note: The Last Name''.Name]]''. ''Film/LChangeTheWorld'' is the third in the series.


** TheStinger has L eating a chocolate bar a la Mello.

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** TheStinger has L eating a chocolate bar a la Mello. See ContinuityNod for it's other significance.


* ContinuityNod: In TheStinger, [[spoiler:L is seen eating a golden foil-wrapped chocolate bar. The chocolate hints that this entire scene is set directly before L's last meeting with Sochiro, and death in ''Death Note: The Last Name'', as he was eating it at the time]].



* {{Interquel}}: This movie is a sequel to ''The Last Name'', but all of the events take place after Light's defeat and during L's final 23 days.

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* {{Interquel}}: This movie is a sequel to ''The Last Name'', but all of the events take place after Light's defeat and during L's final 23 days. [[spoiler:TheStinger is set immediately before his death in the aforementioned film]].


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[[caption-width-right:350:''"I too have sacrificed lives. But I cannot abandon this life in front of me."'']]
->''"No matter how gifted, you alone cannot change the world. But that's the wonderful thing about this world."''
-->-- '''L Lawliet'''



''L: Change the WorLd'' is a spinoff from the ''Film/DeathNoteSeries'', and was released in Japan February 9th, 2008.

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''L: Change the WorLd'' [=WorLd=]'' is a spinoff from the ''Film/DeathNoteSeries'', and was released in Japan February 9th, 2008.



!!''L: Change the WorLd'' contains examples of:

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!!''L: Change the WorLd'' [=WorLd=]'' contains examples of:



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->''[[TheStinger L Lawliet\\
Rest in peace]]''


After defeating Light by writing his own name in the previous ''Manga/DeathNote'' film, L has [[MarkedToDie 23 days left to live]]. [[SoWhatDoWeDoNow They restlessly pass away]] as he tries to solve as many cases as possible, until he receives a phone call from a [[ChildProdigy young boy]] in Thailand, the only survivor of a [[ThePlague lethal virus]] and formerly under the care of F. At the same time, a girl named Maki watches her father inject himself with the virus under threat from a bio-terrorist group, Blue Ship, who want to wipe out humanity. She escapes and finds L, but when Blue Ship arrives she too injects herself in order to get {{revenge}} on the group. To her surprise, the virus is completely dormant, and she, L and the unnamed boy go on the run trying to find someone to recreate the antidote from the young boy before the virus becomes active ''and'' L [[RaceAgainstTime runs out of time]].

Once the antidote is almost complete, Maki again attempts to get her {{revenge}} and leaves to infect K, the ringleader, but is caught and put on a flight to America. As the passengers and terrorists alike begin to succumb to the virus, L, with the help of an FBIAgent, Hideaki Suruga, boards the plane and delivers the antidote. Maki ultimately chooses to give up on revenge and is left in the care of Suruga. The next day L drops off the boy at Wammy's House and gives him the name Near. Having reached his last day, he admits he wishes to live longer, and quietly goes off to die on his own.

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''L: Change the WorLd'' is a spinoff from the ''Film/DeathNoteSeries'', and was released in Japan February 9th, 2008.

After defeating Light by writing the events of ''Death Note: The Last Name'', the legendary detective L is now approaching death's door, as he uses his own name in the previous ''Manga/DeathNote'' film, L has [[MarkedToDie final 23 days left to live]]. [[SoWhatDoWeDoNow They restlessly pass away]] as he tries to solve as many cases as possible, until he receives crimes all over the world. When a phone call from a [[ChildProdigy young boy]] in Thailand, the only survivor girl and boy come to him for aid, L is soon faced with what may be his most difficult case yet: stopping a group of corrupted scientists from spreading a [[ThePlague lethal virus]] and formerly under the care of F. At the same time, a girl named Maki watches her father inject himself with the virus under threat from a bio-terrorist group, Blue Ship, who want to wipe out humanity. She escapes and finds L, but when Blue Ship arrives she too injects herself in order to get {{revenge}} on throughout the group. To her surprise, the virus is completely dormant, and she, L and the unnamed boy go on the run trying to find someone to recreate the antidote from the young boy before the virus becomes active ''and'' L [[RaceAgainstTime runs out of time]].

Once the antidote is almost complete, Maki again attempts to get her {{revenge}} and leaves to infect K, the ringleader, but is caught and put on a flight to America. As the passengers and terrorists alike begin to succumb to the virus, L, with the help of an FBIAgent, Hideaki Suruga, boards the plane and delivers the antidote. Maki ultimately chooses to give up on revenge and is left in the care of Suruga. The next day L drops off the boy at Wammy's House and gives him the name Near. Having reached his last day, he admits he wishes to live longer, and quietly goes off to die on his own.
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* ChildrenRaiseYou: Maki and Near do this for L.

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* ChildrenRaiseYou: Maki and Near [[NoNameGiven "Boy"]] do this for L.L, although he doesn't get to find true love. [[spoiler: At the end of the movie, L names the boy Near.]]

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