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Kimi no Suizou wo Tabetai


Alternative Titles

English: I want to eat your pancreas
Synonyms: KimiSui, Let Me Eat Your Pancreas
Japanese: 君の膵臓をたべたい

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Sep 1, 2018
Producers: Aniplex
Licensors: Aniplex of America
Studios: Studio VOLN
Source: Novel
Genres: Drama
Duration: 1 hr. 48 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 8.631 (scored by 52,724 users)
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Ranked: #672
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Popularity: #828
Members: 132,639
Favorites: 2,926
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Synopsis

The aloof protagonist: a bookworm who is deeply detached from the world he resides in. He has no interest in others and is firmly convinced that nobody has any interest in him either. His story begins when he stumbles across a handwritten book, titled "Living with Dying." He soon identifies it as a secret diary belonging to his popular, bubbly classmate Sakura Yamauchi. She then confides in him about the pancreatic disease she is suffering from and that her time left is finite. Only her family knows about her terminal illness; not even her best friends are aware. Despite this revelation, he shows zero sympathy for her plight, but caught in the waves of Sakura's persistent buoyancy, he eventually concedes to accompanying her for her remaining days.

As the pair of polar opposites interact, their connection strengthens, interweaving through their choices made with each passing day. Her apparent nonchalance and unpredictability disrupts the protagonist's impassive flow of life, gradually opening his heart as he discovers and embraces the true meaning of living.

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Background

Kimi no Suizou wo Tabetai is an anime adaption of Yoru Sumino's novel of the same title. Originally a web novel published on the user-generated content site Shōsetsuka ni Narō in 2014, it was subsequently re-published in 2015 by Futabasha. The English licensor, Seven Seas Entertainment released the novel in English on November 20, 2018.

A Japanese live-action film based on the novel, which also shares the same title, premiered in Japan on July 28, 2017.

Source - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Want_to_Eat_Your_Pancreas

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Characters & Voice Actors


Staff

Ushijima, Shinichirou
Director, Script
Hata, Shouji
Sound Director
sumika
Theme Song Performance
Mendez, Erica
ADR Director


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"Fanfare (ファンファーレ)" by sumika

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"Shunkashuutou (春夏秋冬)" by sumika



More reviewsReviews

Sep 1, 2018
Karhu (All reviews)
'I Want to Eat Your Pancreas' is a common drama production to this industry. It offers generic school settings with rather superficial teenage characters. The only thing it tries to accomplish is toy with its viewers' emotions to the point of some cheap tearjerking. Those who are okay with this will most definitely see how the movie accomplishes exactly all the thing it wants to. Those who want something more from anime, should look elsewhere.

This movie is a story about death. It starts when the most perfect mary sue on the planet starts randomly talking with a no-life loser dude who happens to be her read more
Jan 22, 2019
AurumGG (All reviews)
Kimi no Suizou wo Tabetai (I Want to Eat Your Pancreas) is predictable, heavy-handed, unoriginal, and, yet, I still love this film. I do not love the movie in any sort of guilty-pleasure way either; I unironically think Kimi no Suizou wo Tabetai is one of the best anime films I have ever seen. Why, though? Well, the film uses its predictability, heavy-handedness, and unoriginality to craft a message that is so unbelievably powerful, and it struck a chord with me and left my emotions in absolute, complete shambles. I honestly doubt most people could misinterpret the themes of Kimi no Suizou wo Tabetai, so read more
Oct 19, 2018
TheDragon3042 (All reviews)
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS.

A lot of anime fans seem to be under the impression that as long as some sort of tragedy is featured and said tragedy happens to a cute girl, an anime automatically qualifies as “good” with its flaws being dismissed due to its label as a ‘tearjerker’ or ‘feels’ anime. Kimi no Suizou wo Tabetai, or ‘I Want to Eat Your Pancreas’, is a recent addition to this label and, while falling into the same traps as many of its predecessors, the movie manages to accumulate even more flaws on its own, resulting in something that is ultimately underwhelming.

[Note: This review was read more
Dec 19, 2018
eizeral (All reviews)
Say what you want about this movie being generic or being acclaimed only because it is a “tearjerker”, but I don’t care. I loved this movie, and I cried my eyes out. The reason people love tearjerkers is because people want to be moved. We want to experience something that will truly take us away from our lives and make us feel something so strong that we are moved to tears. This movie did just that. In an effort to avoid spoiling anything for anyone, I won’t write about the climax and ending, but it was unexpected. That said, I couldn’t imagine it ending any read more

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