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Old 2021-12-15, 08:47   Link #1
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Suzume no Tojimari

Makoto Shinkai has a new movie titled 'Suzume no Tojimari'. It's coming in Fall 2022.

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Old 2021-12-15, 09:20   Link #2
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I think a key point so far is that it seems to focus more on supernatural content. Still utilises his strengths but may make for a more refreshing scenario. Time to wait ~1 year to find out.
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Old 2021-12-15, 09:53   Link #3
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Key Visual actually made me think that the setting might be the same world as Weathering with You and Your Name.

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Old 2021-12-15, 10:07   Link #4
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Well of course the key visual would be sky and water porn...
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Old 2021-12-15, 10:08   Link #5
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I think a key point so far is that it seems to focus more on supernatural content. Still utilises his strengths but may make for a more refreshing scenario. Time to wait ~1 year to find out.
You mean two years: the average wait time for Makoto Shinkai's films from theatrical premiere to home release is 11 months, so for us, we'd first need to get past the Fall 2022 launch and then on top of that, wait the 11 months for the BDs to show up. In the meantime, here's some more key artwork in landscape format without the text.

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Old 2021-12-15, 11:57   Link #6
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This door in the middle of nowhere reminds me of the current Isekai Shokudo series.
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Old 2021-12-15, 13:58   Link #7
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I just hope it's not Your Name again. The synopsis given sounds distinct enough to not fall into the Weathering With You trap but let's see. Cautiously optimistic.
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Old 2021-12-15, 16:47   Link #8
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You mean two years
No, for the purposes of finding out whether it is mainly supernatural and whether it is linked to any other movies of his, 1 year, as there would be bilingual reviewers who would cover it in Japan.

As for release out of Japan, limited early run for award purposes or Netflix picking it up are possibilities. And for countries not very at threat, cinema runs could happen mid year.
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Old 2022-04-09, 05:07   Link #9
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The film will be released on 11/11/2022
https://twitter.com/suzume_tojimari/...66053003431942

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New Key visual.

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With a known release date, it means that the rest of the world can reasonably expect this movie to come out in October 2023.
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Old 2022-04-11, 13:17   Link #11
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With a known release date, it means that the rest of the world can reasonably expect this movie to come out in October 2023.
It takes 11 months for home media release now?! I though it used to be 8-9 months post-theatrical and that was already a bloody long time.
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I'm making that guess based on the fact that Your Name came out in August 2016 in Japan, but the home releases were in July 2017. Similarly, Weathering With You screened in July 2019, and the home releases came out in June 2020. The average is still roughly 8-9 months, but Shinkai's films are particularly bad as far as delays go. Someone in another thread mentioned it was to squeeze every possible Yen out of viewers in theatres before making it easily accessible owing to movie-viewing habits in Japan.
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Old 2022-04-11, 19:49   Link #13
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Hard to judge based on just a few preview images and a bare-bones synopsis, but if you think Shinkai has kind of fallen into the trap of always trying to make a “Shinkai Makoto movie”, this doesn’t look like the film to break the cycle.
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Old 2022-04-11, 21:09   Link #14
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I happen to like Shinkai films, so that sounds good to me.

I seem to recall an interview early on when he drew some of the first sketches of this movie (of the seagull, I think) where he talked about how this one would have a bit more to do about... not the pandemic exactly... but the sense of loss and disaster and aloneness that the pandemic was bringing.

Can't wait to learn more and to watch it in... a year or two...
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Old 2022-04-12, 02:27   Link #15
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I like them too, but I get the sense that he’s become kind of self-aware about the whole process. Like there’s this well-defined image of what a Shinkai movie is supposed to be, and he’s more worried about meeting that expectation than the story for its own sake.
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Old 2022-04-12, 03:44   Link #16
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Hard to judge based on just a few preview images and a bare-bones synopsis, but if you think Shinkai has kind of fallen into the trap of always trying to make a “Shinkai Makoto movie”, this doesn’t look like the film to break the cycle.
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I like them too, but I get the sense that he’s become kind of self-aware about the whole process. Like there’s this well-defined image of what a Shinkai movie is supposed to be, and he’s more worried about meeting that expectation than the story for its own sake.
Ironically, "Your Name" and "Weathering with you" are the movies that broke “Shinkai Makoto movie” cycle that he was previously famous for.
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Old 2022-04-12, 06:40   Link #17
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Ironically, "Your Name" and "Weathering with you" are the movies that broke “Shinkai Makoto movie” cycle that he was previously famous for.
Well TBH, I totally disagree with that.

If you toss out Hoshi wo Ou Kodomo (which was a blatant and misguided attempt to make a Ghibli movie and stands as a total outlier) I think you can break Shinkai’s career down to pre and post-Your Name. The earlier movies are Shinkai making Shinkai movies because he’s Shinkai. The last two are Shinkai trying to make the movie he thinks people expect a Shinkai movie to be.
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Old 2022-04-12, 07:02   Link #18
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I actually see Your Name as him going back to his roots. His earlier movies were romance with science fiction or supernatural elements, then with 5cm per second and Garden of Words, he removed those elements to keep only the romance. Then he added them again.

Weathering with You on the other hand, was to me just an attempt to replicate Your Name's success.
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Five Centimeters per Second happens to be one of the most misunderstood of Makoto Shinkai's films. People get hung up on how it's a story of "distance" and "longing for what you can't have", but then miss that it was a film about gaining agency and taking control of one's life. Shinkai may have followed a bit more of a cookie-cutter method later on to cut away ambiguity.
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5 CM was about a lot of things, really. To me it’s the closest thing to the perfect distillation of Shinkai’s true voice as a writer and as an artist. He’s never equalled it before or since and it would be quite surprising if he ever does. He’d never make that sort of movie now that he’s achieved commercial stardom, for starters.

I think there’s also evidence that a shorter format (45-60 minutes) suits Shinkai as a storyteller better than full-length theatrical does. He seems to have about that much worth of traction in any idea, and has to fill in the rest of it with padding. But again, where he is now he’d never make a short feature for commercial reasons.
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