Captured in Her Eyes
Captured in Her Eyes is the 4th movie in the Detective Conan franchise. It was released in Japan on April 22, 2000.
 Characters introduced
The movie quickly transitions to Conan calling Ran in a phone booth. After Ran asks Conan if he could come back to Tropical Land (thinking he is Shinichi), the Detective Boys cross his path, making a remark like, "It's not fun if he (Conan) isn't there", Conan quickly hangs up.
It is shown that the Detective Boys came up with a new riddle that they are confident that Conan cannot solve. However, Conan quickly solves the riddle. When Genta tries to cross the light, a policeman stops him, saying blinking green is the same as a red light. Conan and the rest wait for the next green light, but right when they are about to finish crossing, a mysterious man with an umbrella shoots the policeman in the booth. The man runs, and Conan gives chase, but loses him. When Conan asks the victim if he knew who shot him, the man grabs for his notebook, and fades away.
The Detective Boys are taken to a police conference because they were witnesses to tell them the details of the man. However, the conference goes nowhere as Ayumi, Mitsuhiko, and Genta disagree on how the culprit looked. Ayumi claims the culprit was a middle aged man, Mitsuhiko claims the culprit was a young man with a black umbrella, and Genta says the culprit was a beautiful woman with a green umbrella. Conan later says that the culprit's raincoat and umbrella were both a shade of gray, and remembers the umbrella was in his/her right hand, showing that the culprit was left-handed.
Later, a woman finds another police officer, Yoichiro Shiba, murdered in a parking lot, who was holding his police notebook in his right hand.
The police, because of the similar conditions, are treating this as a serial killing. When the following morning Kogoro tries to ask Inspector Megure for more details, Megure hangs up, saying that he is busy. Kogoro notes that Inspector Megure is acting strange.
Megure is later shown talking to Inspector Shiratori, saying that the information between the two cases must remain between them.
Shiratori's younger sister later has a party to bless her marriage. When Kogoro sees Megure again, he tries to get info, but the latter remains shut up. Conan realizes that Megure may know something that is kept confidential. Kogoro and Conan later try to blackmail Detective Takagi using the info that Takagi likes Detective Sato. Takagi tells Kogoro and Conan that the second victim held his notebook during his dying moments. However, Shiratori leads Takagi away, saying to Kogoro that this is as far along as he knows, and says, "Need not to know." Conan then deducts the culprit may have been part of the police.
Sato later goes to the bathroom, and Ran follows her. After that, an explosion occurs, knocking out the lights. The culprit appears and Sato shields Ran from the bullets. The flashlight shows the culprit's face. Sato is shown unconscious, and Ran faints when she sees her blood-streaked hands, believing that Sato's injuries were the fault of her.
When Kogoro asks Megure for Sato's condition, Megure says a bullet stopped close to her heart, leaving a 50/50 chance of her survival. Sonoko later rushes into the room, saying Ran has regained consciousness, but is acting weird.
It is shown that Ran was struck with amnesia, and lost her memory of everybody she knew, including the memories of the current day. However, her brain was functioning normally. After this incident, Megure decides to leak the information about this case.
Megure starts by telling Kogoro of a surgeon named Tamotsu Jinno that was murdered.
The leader in the investigation squad was Chief Inspector Nobukatsu Tomonari; his subordinates were Narasawa, Shiba, and Sato. During the case, Tomonari suffers from a heart attack, but insists that no one worry, and to continue the stake out. Sato follows Tomonari, but he dies from a heart attack. When the remaining two see the targets, they notice that one of them is the Chief superintendent's son, Toshiya. Back then, the case was abruptly concluded as a suicide. The case reopened when the three subordinates were killed, with the exception of Sato, who was critically injured.
While Kogoro and Conan are looking over Ran, Conan comes to the conclusion that Ran may have witnessed the culprit's face, and mentions that Ran may be targeted.
Ran is later discharged from the hospital. When Ran tries to get out of the car, she seems to cower in fear because of a puddle. Kogoro reintroduces Ran to the house, but Ran seems to notice the picture of Shinichi. Kogoro, Conan, and Eri later try to regain Ran's memory.
The next day, the Detective Boys follow Ran around as guards. Haibara remarks that it may be better if Ran's memory wouldn't return. Ran seems to show a strange feeling when she sees Shinichi's picture. That night, Ran asks Conan about Shinichi.
The following day, Ran, Eri, and Conan are waiting at the subway station to go shopping. The culprit suddenly strikes and pushes Ran of onto the rails.
Conan barely manages to save her life. The doctor mentions that Ran may be scared to further regain her memory.
Conan later investigates the people related to Jinno, and finally realizes the culprit.
Ran is later taken to Tropical Land to help regain her memory. Ran has a flashback of Shinichi pressing the cola against her cheek. Takagi later goes to the bathroom, and a mascot character of Tropical Land suddenly walks towards Ran. At the moment, Detective Boys chase the person and take him down. Kogoro removed the mascot head and it is Makoto Tomonari. Kogoro also found the knife from his chest pocket. Tomonari was about to tell that he's not the murderer but it's too late. Takagi arrested him. The Detective Boys were celebrating for victory. Kogoro told Ran that he's going to the police station for questioning and also told her to stay at the Tropical Land until she regains her memory. Kogoro thanks the Detective Boys for saving his daughter, and they felt great about it.
At the police station, the police are questioning Tomonari. He reveals that he wasn't approaching to Ran. He wanted to talk to Kogoro for his help. He is innocent and the reason why he had the knife in his chest pocket is for his protection. That means the culprit is still out there. Kogoro is now worried about Ran.
In Tropical Land, the culprit later attacks Ran but Professor Agasa protected Ran and got shot.
Conan, who did not come, hurries and rushes to her aid. Conan quickly arrives at Tropical Land, and the culprit gives chase.
 Translation changes
- The names of the characters in the Funimation Dub are:
- Yoichiro Shiba - Detective Sheffield
- Kyosuke Kazato - Dr. Christian Clemendale
- Toshiya Odagiri - Tobias Osterman
- Tamotsu Jinno - Thomas Jinno
- Inspector Tomonari - Inspector Tomlinson
- Tamaki Jinno - Tamia Jinno
- Makoto Tomonari - Michael Tomlinson
- In the Funimation Dub, several translation errors are present that make Detective Sato seem dead. After she is shot in the hotel bathroom, the characters keep referring to her as dead, and saying she was murdered, etc. However, at the end of the film they confirm she woke up from a coma.
- During the hotel party, Conan's background shows six suspect policemen and the one with uniform above the MPD has as insignia four stars, the highest police rank and currently held by Saguru Hakuba's father. This policeman resembles to him, even if he is without mustaches, probably for a different look character like Reiko Kujo and Sasaki in Courtroom Confrontation III: Prosecutor as Eyewitness, and the person with this rank is only one. Furthermore, when the official trailer shows Toshiro Odagiri along with other policemen, Conan's voice tells Superintendent General, and not Chief superintendent. Furthermore, the one on the right of MPD has the insigna of "Superintendent Supervisor", the second highest police rank and currently held by Toshio Moroboshi, who appeared in The Phantom of Baker Street. Even this policeman resembles to him, but he doesn't have mustaches, and the person with this rank is only one.
- The car of the woman who found Shiba's corpse is a 1996 Red BMW Z3 [E36/7]. The license plate number is 新宿 57, ほ 1-90 (Shinjuku 57, Ho 1-90).
- The car of the Sato Miwako Driving Hurry Sending Nobukatsu Tomonari to Hospital is a 1991 Dark Gray Toyota Crown.
 In other languages
|Arabic||الشاهدة الوحيدة||The only witness|
|Catalan||Atrapat als seus ulls||Captured in Her Eyes|
|French||Mémoire Assassine||Death Memory|
|Galician||Engaiolado nos seus ollos||Captured in Her Eyes|
|German||Der Killer in ihren Augen||The Killer in Her Eyes|
|Italian||Solo nei suoi occhi||Only in Her Eyes|
|Spanish||Capturado en sus ojos||Captured in Her Eyes|
|Vietnamese||Thủ phạm trong đôi mắt||The Culprit in Her Eyes|
|Chinese||瞳孔中的暗杀者||The Assassin in the Pupil|
 See also
|Detective Conan Movies|
|Movies||Movie 01: The Time-Bombed Skyscraper • Movie 02: The Fourteenth Target • Movie 03: The Last Wizard of the Century • Movie 04: Captured in Her Eyes • Movie 05: Countdown to Heaven • Movie 06: The Phantom of Baker Street • Movie 07: Crossroad in the Ancient Capital • Movie 08: Magician of the Silver Sky • Movie 09: Strategy Above the Depths • Movie 10: The Private Eyes' Requiem • Movie 11: Jolly Roger in the Deep Azure • Movie 12: Full Score of Fear • Movie 13: The Raven Chaser • Movie 14: The Lost Ship in the Sky • Movie 15: Quarter of Silence • Movie 16: The Eleventh Striker • Movie 17: Private Eye in the Distant Sea • Lupin III vs. Detective Conan: The Movie (crossover) • Movie 18: Dimensional Sniper • Movie 19: Sunflowers of Inferno • Movie 20: The Darkest Nightmare • Movie 21: The Crimson Love Letter • Movie 22: Zero the Enforcer • Movie 23|
|Related Cases||16 Suspects!? • Conan, Heiji, and the Vanished Boy • Time Travel of the Silver Sky • Follow the Vanished Diamond! Conan & Heiji vs. Kid! • A Challenge from Agasa! Agasa vs. Conan and the Detective Boys • Magic File 2: Shinichi Kudo, The Case of the Mysterious Wall and the Black Lab • Lupin III vs. Detective Conan (crossover) • Magic File 3: Shinichi and Ran, Memories of Mahjong Tiles and Tanabata • Magic File 4: The Osaka Okonomiyaki Odyssey • Magic File 5: Niigata~Tokyo Souvenir Capriccio • Magic File 6: Flower of Fantasista • The Missing Sweets in the Old Shop • The Coded Invitation • Promise with a J-Leaguer • Munch's Missing Scream • The Shadow Approaching Amuro • The Mystery of the Vanished Black Belt • The Melting Cake!|
|Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department||Juzo Megure • Wataru Takagi • Miwako Sato • Ninzaburo Shiratori • Yumi Miyamoto • Kazunobu Chiba • Naeko Miike • Ginzo Nakamori • Shintaro Chaki • Inspector Yuminaga • Kiyonaga Matsumoto • Hyoue Kuroda • Inspector Momose • Chosuke Takagi (Tottori) • Jinpei Matsuda (deceased) • Wataru Date (deceased) • Masayoshi Sato (deceased) • Officer Tome • Toshiro Odagiri • Detective Kobayashi • Detective Yokoyama • Detective Yamamoto • Detective Kojima • Superintendent General Hakuba • Yuya Kazami • Scotch (deceased) • Manabu Fujimaki • Detective Takigawa • Detective Nakamura • Detective Fukui • Detective Kawanaka • Detective Saitoh • Detective Horita • Detective Takano • Detective Sogawa • Detective Okumura • Detective Sugita • Detective Ida • Detective Hirota • Detective Tomokawa • Officer Numata • Detective Terashima • Toshio Moroboshi • Tadayoshi Uno • Female Forensic Member • Paramedic Sakai • Detective Saito • Detective Miyazaki • Inspector Yuminaga's assistant • Detective Yama|
|Osaka Prefectural Police||Heizo Hattori • Ginshiro Toyama • Goro Otaki|
|Nagano Prefectural Police||Kansuke Yamato • Yui Uehara • Taka'aki Morofushi (Komei)|
|Hokkaido Prefectural Police||Inspector Nishimura • Detective Tamura|
|Kyoto Prefectural Police||Fumimaro Ayanokoji • Detective Kurumazaki|
|Shizuoka Prefectural Police||Sango Yokomizo • Tomonori Ogawara|
|Other Prefectures||Misao Yamamura (Gunma) • Jugo Yokomizo (Kanagawa) • Tsuyoshi Shikatsuno (Nara) • Tamekichi Matsushiro (Gifu) • Shoji Terabayashi (Chiba) • Detective Motohashi (Yamanashi)|
|NPA Security Bureau||Rei Furuya|
|Primary Tokyo MPD Cases||Metropolitan Police Detective Love Story One • MPD Two • MPD Three • Megure's Sealed Secret • Shinkansen Transport Case • MPD Four • Serial Bomber • MPD Five • MPD Six • Jewelry Robbery • MPD Seven • Fake Wedding • MPD Eight • Hammer Man • The Scar that Evokes the Past • Inspector Shiratori, Memories of the Cherry Blossom • Kobayashi-sensei's Love • A Video Letter of First Love • Co-Investigating with a First Love • The Life-Threatening Broadcast of Love • The Ex-Boyfriend Living Next to a Crime Scene • MDP Nine • Taiko Meijin's Match of Love • Chiba's Difficult UFO Case • The Marriage Registration's Password|
|Other Significant Police Cases||The Osaka Double Mystery (Osaka) • Festival Dolls Dyed in the Setting Sun (Tokyo-Theft) • The Red Horse Among The Flames (Tokyo Arson) • Furinkazan (Nagano) • A Dangerous Party of Two & The Mansion of Death and the Red Wall (Nagano) • Heiji Hattori and the Vampire Mansion (Osaka) • The Scarlet Return (NPA) • The Darkness of the Prefectural Police (Nagano NPA) • A song named ASACA (PSB NPA) • Captured in Her Eyes (Tokyo) • Crossroad in the Ancient Capital (Kyoto) • The Raven Chaser (Tokyo, Kanagawa, Shizuoka, Nagano, Kyoto, and Chiba)|
|Related Pages||Police Organization • Law Enforcement • Minor Law Enforcement • Tokyo Metropolitan Police • PSB • FBI • CIA|