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Additional Cast, Staff, and September 11 Premier Revealed for “Umibe no Étranger” Boys-Love Film

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More stuff for our fujoshis here, as the official website of the Umibe no Étranger boys-love anime film adaptation has released updates on its main cast, staff, and premiere date. For starters, main characters Shin Hashimoto and Mio Chibana will be played by Taishi Murata (Ren Munakata in TsukiPro the Animation) and Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (Inosuke Hashibira in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba), respectively.

The film will be directed by Akiyo Ohashi (Sakura Capsule) for Studio Hibari. Ohashi is also  the scriptwriter and storyboarder. Kanna Kii, the author of the series, will be supervising the film as well as drawing the character designs. Mayumi Watanabe is the chief animation director, with Takashi Hashimoto as the effects animation director.

Additional cast are:

·        Art Director: Yumiko Kuga (Studio Jack)

·        Color Designer: Kumiko Yanagisawa

·        Director of Photography: Tomoko Minobe

·        Editing: Masaki Sakamoto

·        Sound Director: Akiko Fujita

·        Sound Effects: Eiko Morikawa

·        Recording: Shu Gong Lin

·        Sound Production: Half HP Studio

The film will be distributed by Shochiku. The film is the third film project for boys-love label Blue Lynx, who also produced the given and the Twittering Birds Never Fly films. The film is set for a September 11, 2020 release.

Umibe no Étranger is the debut manga of Kanna Kii. It ran on Shodensha’s On Blue magazine in 2013. In July 2014, Kii launched the sequel manga Harukaze no Étranger (L’étranger du zéphyr or The Stranger of the Spring Breeze) in the same magazine.

Anime News Network describes the series’ story as such:

“The story centers on Mio, a high school boy who lost his parents at an early age. Shun, a gay aspiring novelist living near Mio’s house on a remote island in Okinawa, noticed Mio sitting for hours at a bench on the beach. They grew closer to each other, but Mio had to leave Okinawa. Three years later, Mio returns to face his feelings.”

Source: Anime News Network

 

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