Suzume Special Release Date, Cast, Storyline, Trailer Release, and Everything You Need to Know

Suzume Special Release Date, Cast, Storyline, Trailer Release, and Everything You Need to Know:

In 2016, Makoto Shinkai’s critically acclaimed blockbuster Your Name (Kimi no Na Wa), which later became the highest-grossing anime movie ever produced, swept Japan by storm. With the release of Weathering With You in 2019, which was a contender for Best International Feature Film at the 92nd Academy Awards, his notoriety has only increased throughout the years. Like other animators, Makoto Shinkai takes his time with each movie, which is why fans are looking forward to his most recent effort, Suzume no Tojimari.

Suzume no Tojimari looks to be another coming-of-age tale with an intriguing twist. Whether it’s body swapping, manipulating the weather, or in this instance, stopping calamities from affecting Japan, Shinkai’s movies often incorporate magical aspects into a realistic environment. We are eager to see what Shinkai’s newest movie has in store with its gorgeous colours, breathtaking animation, and storylines that go beyond the boundaries of the medium.

Suzume Special Release Date:

On November 11th, 2022, Suzume no Tojimari will be made available in Japan. Early in 2023, it will be made available globally.

Suzume Special Release Date In India:

Just one week after the movie’s debut in the US, it will be released in India. Many members of the Indian anime community are eagerly counting down the days until they can enjoy the magnificent animation and engrossing narrative that have already captured the attention of viewers in Japan on social media.

For Indian anime lovers, the wait is now over as Makoto Shinkai’s most recent film Suzume no Tojimari will be released in Indian theatres on April 21, 2023, according to a PVR Pictures announcement.

Suzume Special Release Date In Aboard:

Austria: 4/14/2023 (Fri)
Australia: 4/13/2023 (Thurs)
Belgium: 4/14/2023 (Fri)
Brazil: 4/13/2023 (Thurs)
Canada: 4/14/2023 (Fri)
France: 4/12/2023 (Wed)
Germany: 4/13/2023 (Thurs)
Gibraltar: 4/14/2023 (Fri)
Luxembourg: 4/14/2023 (Fri)
Malta: 4/12/2023 (Wed)
Mexico: 4/13/2023 (Thurs)
New Zealand: 4/13/2023 (Thurs)
United Kingdom/Ireland: 4/14/2023 (Fri)
United States: 4/14/2023 (Fri)

Suzume Special Storyline:

Suzume Iwato, the 17-year-old heroine of Suzume no Tojimari, is followed as she embarks on a coming-of-age journey around Japan, shutting doors that, when opened, unleash chaos and calamity. They find one in the Japanese highlands that leads to a catastrophe that almost destroys her community after meeting a guy who is searching for these doors.

Suzume no Tojimari will undoubtedly contain gorgeous landscape, much like Shinkai’s past movies, as it tells an engaging story via a road movie set all throughout Japan. The soundtrack for Suzume no Tojimari sounds just as fantastic as the one for Your Name! The teaser also delivers a sample of the song that Shinkai’s movies are renowned for!

The title of the new movie in Japanese is Suzume no Tojimari. The title of the narrative relates to Suzume, a 17-year-old girl who lives on Kyushu, the southernmost of Japan’s major islands.

According to the movie’s website and key visuals, the movie’s narrative, which centres on a mystifying white door, is referred to as tojimari in Japanese. Tojimari is Japanese for shutting or locking doors.

The entrance is situated between several ruins between two mountains. Only Suzume has the ability to seal this mystical portal, which presents the danger of catastrophes and tragedies. The title of the film in English is “Suzume’s Locking Up.”

Makoto Shinkai, the director, said: “We must consider how to lock the several gates we left open. Suzume is in charge of shutting doors as she travels around Japan, a duty I gave her. My earnest wish is that after seeing this movie, viewers will be filled with joy as they leave the cinema. This is “a narrative about closure,” Shinkai noted.

The press release provides further insights about the storyline. Suzume, a 17-year-old girl, encounters a young guy looking for a door in the town of Kyushu (which ties back to the themes Shinkai mentioned). The main character stumbles across a worn door that unlocks gateways all throughout Japan. Suzume must rescue the day and figure out how to seal these portals since they seem to inflict damage everywhere they open.

The main image shows Suzume the first door in the midst of a dilapidated and flooded region, which “mesmerises” her. That could provide some insight into the setting of the story. Could this movie take place in the same world as Shinkai’s previous two movies? All we can do is wait and see.

Suzume Special Cast:

Eri Fukatsu plays Tamaki Iwato, Suzume’s aunt; Matsumoto Haku II plays Hitsujir Munakata, Sota’s grandfather; Shta Sometani plays Minoru Okabe, Tamaki’s colleague; and Sairi It plays Rumi Ninomiya, a single mother raising twins. Suzume first meets Chika Amabe, a vibrant young woman her own age, in Kobe; Kana Han
Suzume will be voiced by Nanoha Hara, and Souta Munakata by Hokuto Matsumura, it was previously disclosed.

The soundtrack for the next movie will be composed by RADWIMPS and Kazuma Jinnouchi, with Toaka of Tik tok fame singing the theme song, “Suzume.”

Suzume no Tojimari’s presently listed employees include:

  • Masayoshi Tanaka created the characters.
  • Kenichi Tsuchiya directed the animated film.
  • Takumi Tanji is the art director.
  • the CoMix Wave studio Film
  • STORY Inc. is the production company.
  • Toho Animation distributes
  • The movie’s script and direction are also by Shinkai. In addition, he wrote the original tale. Masayoshi Tanaka is responsible for the character creation. Kenichi Tsuchiya is the director of the
  • animation. Takumi Tanji is in charge of the artwork. Story Inc. and CoMix Wave Films collaborated to develop the movie. TOHO will handle the movie’s distribution.

Suzume no Tojimari is a “contemporary adventure narrative” featuring action scenes of Suzume going around Japan, Shinkai tweeted in response to the news. It should be an entertaining movie, he added.

Japanese animated movie Suzume no Tojimari has a cast consisting of great voice actors. Suzume will be voiced by Nanoka Hara, well known for her work in the 2013 film Why Don’t You Play in Hell? Sota Munakata is played by Hokuto Matsumura from the live-action version of XxxHolic. Shota Sometani (Belle, Parasyte), Koshiro Matsumoto (13 Assassins), and Eri Fukatsu (Bayside Shakedown, Parasyte) also feature.

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