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‘The Relative Worlds’ Film Streams On Crunchyroll for Movie Night at Home Series

The Relative Worlds

The Relative Worlds

OtakuFeed found out that Crunchyroll stated that they have started streaming CRAFTAR STUDIOS Inc.’s original anime film The Relative Worlds (Ashita Sekai ga Owaru Toshitemo) in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Ireland as a portion of its Crunchyroll Movie Night at Home series.

Crunchyroll Movie Night at Home began on May 1 with Penguin Highway and was accompanied with Patema Inverted on June 1, both in the U.K. and Ireland. In the series, Crunchyroll will be streaming a different anime film for a month. The films displace each other on the 1st of the month.

The movie night series will proceed with the following movies in the U.K. and Ireland, with some films streaming in the U.S.

  • August 1 – PROMARE
  • September 1 – Giovanni’s Island
  • October 1 – Mai Mai Miracle (also in the U.S.)
  • November 1 – Fireworks
  • December 1 – Tokyo Marble Chocolate (also in the U.S.)
  • January 1, 2022 – 5 Centimeters Per Second
  • February 1, 2022 – your name.
  • March 1, 2022 – Children Who Chase Lost Voices
  • April 1, 2022 – The Place Promised in Our Early Days

Relative Worlds started in Japan in January 2019. Craftar is recognized with the original work, and Yūhei Sakuragi (The Relative Worlds, Ingress) conducted the film and made the script. Shochiku Media Division issued the film. Aimyon does the film’s theme song, also named “Ashita Sekai ga Owaru Toshitemo,” and also the film’s insert song “Ra, no Hanashi.” The film scored the first time Aimyon provided music to an anime work.

The film centers on Shin and Kotori, who are both third years in high school. Shin lost his mom when he was little, and since then, he favors closing himself off. Kotori is his childhood friend who always looks out for him. Then, one day, another “self” from another Japan appears in front of them.

Shochiku had filed in January 2018 that Sakuragi and Craftar would issue a CG anime film in fall 2018. CG anime studio Craftar worked with Sakuragi on The Relative Worlds. Hulu Japan and Craftar’s original two-part “smart CG animation” project aired via streaming on Hulu Japan in April 2017.


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