Suzume no Tojimari, the latest movie from Academy Award-winning director Makoto Shinkai, promises to transport us to an entirely another planet. Fans are eagerly waiting for this newest project. Suzume no Tojimari’s Release date is November 11th, 2022 in Japan. It will be available internationally, somewhat around early 2023.
In 2016, Makoto Shinkai’s widely praised blockbuster Your Name (Kimi no Na Wa). Which later became the highest-grossing anime movie ever released, it literally 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 popularity has only increased throughout the years. Like other animators, Makoto Shinkai takes his time with each movie. This is why fans are looking forward to his most recent effort, Suzume no Tojimari. I could admire his animation for hours.
Suzume no Tojimari Release Date
According to Crunchyroll, Suzume no Tojimari will be released in American theatres in early 2023 thanks to an agreement made with Sony Pictures and Wild Bunch International. North America, Latin America, South America, Australia/New Zealand, and portions of the Middle East, Africa, and Europe will all see the movie’s release. Additionally, Sony Pictures will assist in distributing the movie in other French- and German-speaking nations.
Suzume no Tajimari, is currently scheduled to make its Japanese debut on November 11. As you might have guessed, the filmmaker is in charge of the picture and even wrote the screenplay. Suzume no Tajimari’s animation is produced by CoMix Wave Films. Considering Shinkai’s reputation, fans have great hopes for the project.
The storyline revolves around Suzume Iwato, a 17-year-old high school girl, and a mysterious young man named Souta Munakata. Together, they join forces to thwart a string of disasters unfolding across Japan. Their mission involves sealing doors to contain a colossal, supernatural worm responsible for triggering earthquakes after its release.
According to a statement made by Makoto Shinkai, the theme of the fantasy adventure film Suzume no Tojimari is closure. It’s easy to infer a message from a movie with so many doors that need to shut. Shinkai, however, prefers to convey significant, accessible topics through his films rather than in the literal sense. Makoto Shinkai hopes that after watching the movie, audiences will consider “how to close the many doors we left open.” As it has with his numerous other intensely personal works, we’re confident that the film’s topic will stick with viewers in the way Shinkai intends.
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