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Shin Kimagure Orange☆Road: Soshite, Ano Natsu no Hajimari


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: New Kimagure Orange Road: And Then, The Beginning of That Summer, New Kimagure Orange Road: Summer's Beginning
Japanese: 新きまぐれオレンジ☆ロード ~ そして、あの夏のはじまり

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Nov 2, 1996
Producers: VAP, Toho
Licensors: ADV Films
Studios: Studio Pierrot
Source: Manga
Duration: 1 hr. 35 min.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

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Score: 7.631 (scored by 1,995 users)
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Ranked: #12172
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Popularity: #4257
Members: 4,195
Favorites: 11
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Synopsis

It's been several years and Kyosuke Kasuga is now 19. A mysterious phone call warns him of oncoming cars but he doesn't listen. Ironically, he gets hit by a car and because of his telepathic abilities, gets sent three years into the future. His 22 year old future self is now a photographer who is lost in Bosnia and believed to be dead. Kyosuke must find his 22 year old future self and restore himself, the 19 year old, to his correct time. Along the way he reunites with Hikaru who is now a professional and famous dancer. Madoka is also there, distraught over both Kyosuke, the 22 year old, going missing in Bosnia and Kyosuke, the 19 year old, getting hit by a car.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Ayukawa, Madoka
Ayukawa, Madoka
Main
Tsuru, Hiromi
Japanese
Tsuru, Hiromi
Kasuga, Kyosuke
Kasuga, Kyosuke
Main
Furuya, Toru
Japanese
Furuya, Toru
Hiyama, Hikaru
Hiyama, Hikaru
Main
Hara, Eriko
Japanese
Hara, Eriko
Kasuga, Kurumi
Kasuga, Kurumi
Supporting
Honda, Chieko
Japanese
Honda, Chieko

Staff

Yuyama, Kunihiko
Yuyama, Kunihiko
Director
Matsuura, Noriyoshi
Matsuura, Noriyoshi
Sound Director
Ishihara, Tatsuya
Ishihara, Tatsuya
Episode Director
Kajiura, Yuki
Kajiura, Yuki
Music


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"Day Dream: Soba ni Iru yo (DAY DREAM~そばにいるよ)" by Agua




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Relon
Dec 24, 2009
I re-watched Shin Kimagure Orange Road just a while ago. This is my second time watching it.

Have to admit that the experience wasn't as good as the first time. Shin KOR gives you a semi-old feel, so as a person exposed to post-AD2000 animations, it doesn't really give you a full retro feel or a new feel. Once you get used to HD quality anime, you'll need to take some time to get accustomed to Shin KOR artwork. Nevertheless, I kinda liked the artwork. It has lost a bit of the original appeal, but the change in artwork makes it easier for later generations to read more
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Danno
Mar 29, 2011
This movie ties up the loose ends left by the previous one. Unfortunately, there's no Ushiko-Umao reference in this one. The story's pretty interesting since it's got time travel and inevitable time paradoxes, though. We get a little info on the lives of the main characters after the events of the first movie, then we also learn about how things are for them three years later. I think this stuff would be particularly appreciated by fans of the series since it gives you that sense of closure.
One character from the OVAs appears in the movie, so you may want to watch the OVAs first read more
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