Film premieres October 21
Pictures of Avex started streaming a new music video for the Dawn (Bokura no Yoake) animated movie Tuesday. The two-minute clip shows the protagonist Yūma and his friends chasing the domestic robot Nanako on the roof of a housing complex, and the robot revealing that he is currently not Nanako, but a being from outer space.
The film will be released on October 21.
The actors include:
Tomoyuki Kurokawa (Dragonar Academy, Psychic Detective Yakumo) directs the anime to Zero-G. Dai Sato (eureka seven script supervisor, 10 Ghost in the Shell: Standalone Complex episodes, three cowboy bebop episodes) wrote the screenplay, and pomodorosa (Listeners, Decadence) is the original animation character designer and concept designer. Takahiko Yoshida (Cells in action!, Big liquidation!) is the animation character designer and chief animation director, and Masaru Yokoyama (2019-2021 Fruit basket, Your lie in April, Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans) composes the music. GAGA and Pictures of Avex distribute the film.
Daichi Miura will perform the movie’s theme song “Itsushika” (Before You Know It).
The original “childhood sci-fi” manga story is set in the near future of 2049, where humanity has been aware for a number of years that Earth will have an inevitable collision with a large-scale comet. The manga story focuses on Yūma, a boy obsessed with space, robots, and impending collision. He has an encounter with an alien being, which he discovers is connected to the incoming comet.
Tetsuya Imai (Alice and Zouroku) spear the manga in Kodanshait is Afternoon January 2011 review. Kodansha released two compiled book volumes for the manga. Kodansha Publishing USA has licensed the manga and will release the manga in English on January 24.
Source: press release