»Sing a Bit of Harmony«: KAZÉ Anime brings anime film to cinemas

»Sing a Bit of Harmony«: KAZÉ Anime brings anime film to cinemas

April 24, 2022

Music makes you happy – and that also in the cinema! Today, KAZÉ Anime announced that it has secured the anime film Sing a Bit of Harmony (Jap. Ai no Utagoe o Kikasete ), which will be shown in participating theaters this year as part of the KAZÉ Anime Nights .

According to the latest newsletter, Sing a Bit of Harmony will be released in German cinemas on July 26, 2022. The songs are not translated, but kept in the original Japanese.

The 108-minute original anime comes from Studio JCStaff and is directed by Yasuhiro Yoshiura, who co-wrote the screenplay with Ichirō Ōkouchi. Kanna Kii was responsible for the character design and Ryo Takahashi composed the music for the film.

Sing a Bit of Harmony premiered in Japan on October 29, 2021 and was even nominated in the Outstanding Animation of the Year category (Japanese Academy Award 2022).



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This is what Sing a Bit of Harmony is about:

The mysterious Shion is a newcomer to Keibu High School and quickly rises to become the most popular girl there. No wonder, she is beautiful, has an open-hearted nature, but at the same time is very mysterious and has an extraordinary talent for sports. What is particularly unusual, however, is her beautiful singing, with which she captures her classmates. To everyone's surprise, she was particularly taken with the loner Satomi, who she absolutely wants to bring joy to and sings her a little in the middle of the classroom!

Soon after, Satomi discovers Shion's big secret: Actually, she is the prototype of a new artificial intelligence, an android! Satomi's childhood friend, tech nerd Toma, handsome Gotchan, stubborn Aya and judoka "Thunder" are all charmed by her singing voice and try to help Shion on her mission.

Source : KAZÉ Anime Images: Yasuhiro Yoshiura, BNArts / AiUta Production Committee

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