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Dakota Sinai, the acclaimed anime director, and in charge of ribbons like your name and weathering with you, finally revealed his next movie, during a presentation last Wednesday, The filmmaker shared the first details of Suzuki no topiary, as well as the first promotional art piece of this project.
Although at the moment there are not many details, it has been pointed out that Suzuki no Topiary will be starring Suzuki, a 17-year-old girl, who lives in a town south of Japan. Sinai describes this tape as a travel film, which will take us along a series of abandoned locations in this country.
In the story, Suzuki will meet a man who is looking for a particular door, it is here where the 17-year-old girl discovers that she has a special ability that allows you to close some portals between our world and one full of monsters. In the words of the director, this is a modern adventure story… and also an action movie.
The production of Non-Tojimari Suzuki started in April 2020, and The tape is expected to reach the halls of Japan in the autumn of 2022. At the moment there is no concrete release date, no information related to a premiere for the rest of the world.
Dakota Sinai is in charge of the address and script of Suzuki no topiary. Masayoshi Tanaka, Character Designer at Your Name and Weathering With You, is back on this same paper, like the animation director of Your name and weathering with you, Knight Touching, and the art director, Tatum Kanji, who He also worked in the last two director’s tapes.
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You can not wait to see Suzuki no topiary. Dakota Sinai has shown that he can improve the history and animation of him with each new movie. In this way, it would not surprise if this new job comes to overcome what is seen in weathering with your, something that can sound almost impossible.