In the past few years, Japan has done exceptionally well in spreading its influence over the world, Whether it is in terms of animes or mangas, or movies, the brilliant writers have managed to capture their audience through them all. With movies like Spirited Away, My Neighbour Totoro, and Your Name (Kimi No Na Wa) climbing to be one of the best works of animated movies ever, we are glad to tell our readers about Summer Ghost, a brand new movie releasing this November.
Summer Ghost is a movie illustrated and directed by none other than Loundraw himself, the man who is also credited for illustrating big hits like “I Want To Eat Your Pancreas”. The beautiful visuals and the plot of the movie tell us that summer ghost might clearly become one of his finest works. Therefore, if I were you I wouldn’t miss this for the world.
The plot of the movie is centered quite obviously on high school students. I mean let’s be honest who doesn’t love a Japanese high school drama? Moving on, the plot of Summer Ghost is focused on the lives of three high school students named Tomoya Sugisaki, Aoi Harukawa, and Ryo Kobayashi. Although all three of our main characters have no prior connections whatsoever, they happen to meet each other virtually through social media and decide to set on an adventure to find the truth about the urban legend of the spirit girl also known as “The Summer Ghost”.
This coming-of-age slice of life and paranormal movie a genre similar to Kimi No Na Wa is something that you absolutely cannot miss. With the pandemic situation raging all across the world and with the Olympics being held in Japan as well, the release date of the movie has been finalized. Therefore, Summer Ghost is all set to hit the big screens on the 12th of November 2021, at least that is what the creators of the movie want.
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However, with the world already in the middle of the third wave of the pandemic with Japan showing surges in Covid-19 cases once again, the release date of the movie can be changed. Therefore, as much as we love giving our readers good news we also wish for them to stay healthy and cautious in these precarious times. However, hoping for the best and keeping a positive attitude make sure to watch Summer Ghosts’ Brand New trailer (link given below) and see for yourself, because November has gotten a lot more interesting!