On the official Twitter account of the anime film »Break of Dawn« (Japanese: »Bokura no Yoake«) was released today announcedthat it will be in Japanese cinemas from October 2022. A new trailer and visual can be found later in this article.
Film is made in Studio Zero-G
The film is being produced at Studio Zero-G under the direction of director Tomoyuki Kurokawa (storyboard on »Expelled from Paradise«). Takahiko Yoshida (»Sorcerous Stabber Orphen«) is in charge of character design, while Masaru Yokoyama (»Aoashi«) is composing the music.
In the Japanese voice cast of the sci-fi drama, Hana Sugisaki, aka Smile from Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop, takes on the role of Yuuma Sawatari, while Aoi Yuuki (Tsuyu Asui in My Hero Academia) plays the character Nanako speaks.
The original manga, penned by Tetsuya Imai, was published in Seinen magazine Afternoon between January and October 2011 and released in two volumes by Kodansha Publishers in Japanese retail. The work is not yet available in this country.
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The year 2049. This is where primary school student Sawatari Yuuma lives, who loves everything to do with space and astronomy. When his parents bought a female robot named Nanako, Sawatari was initially very excited, but that quickly faded when he learned that the robot is basically just a boring household robot.
However, when he tries to talk to her about space, something strange happens. Your system crashes and is taken over by what claims to be a stranded spaceship! The alien ship needs Yuuma’s help to get back to space!