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The next great feature film from the famous director Makoto Shinkai, Suzume no Tojimari has revealed its very first trailer! Shinkai has become one of the most notable creators thanks to blockbuster success such as your name and Weathering with you, and Shinkai had informed fans about his next project last year. When he revealed that work on the next movie had already begun (and was pretty far along since its last update in early 2021), fans finally got a peek at what Shinkai has planned for the big screen next with the unveiling of the tentatively titled movie , Suzume no Tojimari.
Shinkai had this to say about working on: Suzume no Tojimari, “We need to think about how to close the many doors we’ve left open,” Shinkai began. “I have given Suzume that responsibility as she travels through Japan and closes several doors. I sincerely hope this film leaves audiences with big smiles and excitement as they walk out of the theater.” What to expect, you can check out the very first teaser trailer for Shinkai’s next movie below:
Scheduled for release in theaters across Japan on November 11, Makoto Shinkai is credited with the direction, story, and screenplay for Toho and CoMix Wave Films. Masayoshi Tanaka will provide the character design, Kenichi Tsuchiya will be the animation director and Takumi Tanji will be the art director. No international release plans have been announced for the film yet, but Suzume no Tojimari is officially described as such:
On the other side of the door, time was in its entirety — 17-year-old Suzume’s journey begins in a quiet Kyushu town when she meets a young man who tells her, ‘I’m looking for a door.’ Suzume discovers that it is a single weathered door standing upright amid ruins as if shielded from any catastrophe, and anyone in the vicinity must close these portals to prevent further disaster.
The morning sky
Within that realm it was as if all time had melted together in the sky –
Drawn in through this mysterious door, Suzume’s journey is about to begin.”
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