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Sayonara no Asa ni Yakusoku no Hana wo Kazarou


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Let's Decorate the Promised Flowers in the Farewell Morning
Japanese: さよならの朝に約束の花をかざろう

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Feb 24, 2018
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: P.A. Works
Source: Original
Genres: Drama, Fantasy
Duration: 1 hr. 55 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 8.401 (scored by 3,357 users)
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Ranked: #1692
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Popularity: #1836
Members: 40,198
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Synopsis

The story begins with Maquia, who is from a family where all the members stop aging in their mid teens. She has no parents and, although her days are peaceful, she feels lonely. Their peace is shattered when an army invades, seeking the secret to her people's immortality. Leilia, the most beautiful girl in her clan, is taken away, and the boy Maquia has secret feelings for disappears. Maquia is able to escape, but she loses her friends and her home. Wandering alone in the forest, she finds Erial, a baby boy who has lost his parents. The story follows the changing relationship between the two as Erial grows up and Maquia does not.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Maquia
Main
Iwami, Manaka
Japanese
Ariel
Main
Irino, Miyu
Japanese
Izol
Supporting
Sugita, Tomokazu
Japanese
Barlow
Supporting
Hirata, Hiroaki
Japanese
Medmel
Supporting
Kuno, Misaki
Japanese
Dita
Supporting
Hikasa, Yoko
Japanese
Mido
Supporting
Satou, Rina
Japanese
Clim
Supporting
Kaji, Yuki
Japanese
Racine
Supporting
Sawashiro, Miyuki
Japanese
Lang
Supporting
Hosoya, Yoshimasa
Japanese

Staff

Okada, Mari
Director, Script
Shinohara, Toshiya
Director
Wakabayashi, Kazuhiro
Sound Director
rionos
Theme Song Arrangement, Theme Song Performance, Theme Song Composition


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"Viator (ウィアートル)" by rionos




More reviewsReviews

Mar 17, 2018
Na-Mae (All reviews)
I've watched it 2 times in japan theater and i cried both time. And i have to say that:
[spoiler]Story: it've been a while since the last time i watched an anime that could make me cry like a baby ( only 3 anime could have done this to me). Not about romantic love but the love between the mother and her children. I bet that you all will find yourself in the movie.
Art: 1 word: out standing
Music: Same as above. The last song make me feel like its a mother's lullaby.
Well... I wanna meet my mom right now. [/spoiler]
Mar 8, 2018
lunark (All reviews)
Let's start with the obvious: Yes I did give this movie a bold 10/10.

I wasn't sure how to feel about it so I watched it twice in cinemas in Japan with a one week cool-off period in between both viewing.

Honestly, the first time it simply blew me away and stayed in my head non stop for like 3-4 days. This is a heavy statement but it is indeed one of the best animated movies I've ever watched. The second watching was in order to try to find flaws and to focus a bit more on small details of the plot and the music.

Let's structure read more
Apr 10, 2018
KagaSound (All reviews)
I'm very lucky that my father is a movie critic as he, and by extension me, was invited to watch a early screening of the movie (also got to meet the women responsible for distributing MHA on DVD) but Its amazing. I cried. My dad (the most stoic person I know) cried his eyes out. All I can say is that it was outstanding. It's a bittersweet masterpiece about motherhood. The art is fantastic and while the story isn't the focus its still very good. The characters however. Brilliant. I still feel like crying 2 hours after its finished. They feel real. Too real for read more
Mar 5, 2018
kitbikyuu (All reviews)
To start, I watched this in theaters in Japan.

The art for this series is fantastic. Backgrounds, buildings, and landscapes are all works of art. The characters, on the other hand, are not so great. I hope they improve them for the Blu-ray release.

The voice acting was pretty good, but there were a couple places that had me wondering how it passed pre-screening.

The story starts out kinda slow, kinda jumps to a bit of action, then slows again. There is a lot of character growth, and you do get attached to them.

Finally, this movie is an emotional rollercoaster. I usually don’t cry in movies, but this read more

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