Cider no You ni Kotoba ga Wakiagaru


Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop

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Alternative Titles

English: Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop
Japanese: サイダーのように言葉が湧き上がる

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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 22, 2021
Producers: flying DOG
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Original
Genres: MusicMusic
Duration: Unknown
Rating: None

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Score: 7.561 (scored by 2055120,551 users)
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Ranked: #14102
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Popularity: #2215
Members: 58,712
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Synopsis

The visual features the tagline, "I met you in my 17th summer ..." The "boy-meets-girl" story depicts how words and music bridge the gap between Cherry, a boy who is terrible at communicating with other people, and Smile, a girl who hides behind a mask. They meet in a mundane suburban shopping mall in a provincial city.

Cherry always wears headphones and puts the feelings he cannot utter into his hobby, Japanese haiku poems. Smile always wears a mask to conceal her large front teeth, for which she has dental braces. As a popular video star, she streams a video about seeking "cuteness."

(Source: ANN)

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Ushio, Kensuke
Music
Aikyou, Yukiko
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"Cider no You ni Kotoba ga Wakiagaru" by never young beach



Jul 22, 2021
RebelPanda (All reviews)
Vibrant colors, heartwarming music, and finding self-confidence.

Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop is not an uncommon romance anime movie to those familiar with the genre. Charmingly formulaic, it is an easy-going watch that will cheer you up if you’re feeling blue. It’s not likely to leave you with a lasting impact, but it’s a brief, pleasant watch—like a cool breeze on a hot summer day.

Cherry is a boy who writes haikus for fun yet has difficulty expressing himself verbally. Smile is a girl with buck teeth and braces concerned about looking cute for her Instagram following. Each of them communicates their personalities through social media; read more
Jul 22, 2021
Corrout (All reviews)
Words That Bubble Up Like Soda is a relaxing music love based story which does what it achieves very well. Though some of the plot points in the show can be a tad bit predictable, it doesn't mind much due to it's great character and incredible animation. It also has emotional value when it needs to, it nearly made me cry twice during the period of the film.

The story was consistently good throughout the anime, though following a traditional structure to where the high or low points of the story was. It's nothing too out of the ordinary for a SoL show which makes read more
Jul 22, 2021
NextUniverse (All reviews)
Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop is a movie that refuses to elaborate, whilst also having the nerve to expand itself as to more than what the premise says it is. I usually don't mind simple stories, and sometimes I praise them beyond belief, but it is comparable to a hack if you use something that will eventually be rendered pointless. I am not sure about you, but wasting time isn't something I'd say is a good thing.

The narrative starts off fine, you know, copy stuff from Jun Maeda and make yourself look like some wet market version of Shaft seems to do the trick, read more
Jul 22, 2021
KANLen09 (All reviews)
Cider no You ni Kotoba ga Wakiagaru a.k.a Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop is yet another Netflix global film release (which is about the ONLY time that I can advocate for the elusive platform for doing releases right). This is a music-centric anime film through and through, and you need not look more than the high-profile production staff behind this to find all the musical influences:
- Director Kyouhei Ishiguro for his work on Occultic;Nine and the famous modern classic that is Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso a.k.a Your Lie in April;
- Music composer Kensuke Ushio (better known by his moniker agraph.) on works ranging read more

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