Of course I have no idea what anybody is saying in this clip, due to being a Basic American with command of only one language. I'm working on Spanish*** because where I live that's the most useful second language to pick up, but anything beyond that I'm too dumb/busy/exhausted to learn.
So my hope is that when this AWESOME LOOKING live action Star Blazers comes out on dvd (Hollywood is currently whitewashing the Akira adaptation, so I don't have much faith that this live action Starblazers/Space Battleship Yamato sans white people will show up in a theater near Me, and I have been hunting in the Usual Outlets in town for a dvd over the past year or so but with no luck) it will have English subtitles.
While waiting, I'll just sing the theme song at random!
*** I'm getting better with Spanish. Recently I held my own during six-minute conversation at a bus stop with someone(s) I don't know about the weather and the flowers and the schedules and, apparently, elephants. It was great until they couldn't take it anymore, fell out laughing, switched to English and explained to me the bits I got so very wrong. It was awesome! Embarassing, but also awesome, just like every other time this happens when I try to unleash my Spanish. I'll get there. It'll take a while, but I'll get there. My experiences so far have shown me that I have an entire city to help me get there.