April 11, 2023
On April 13, 2023, Makoto Shinkai's latest work Suzume will also be in German cinemas. Matching this, Crunchyroll released a German trailer that gives a first impression of the German dubbing (see below). The voice cast was previously announced and is shown in the table below.
Suzume will be released in theaters worldwide on April 12, 2023 and will be distributed internationally outside of Asia by Crunchyroll along with Wild Bunch International, Sony Pictures Entertainment and Eurozoom. The film will be released in cinemas in Germany on April 13, 2023 and in Austria on April 14, 2023. Cinemagoers can choose between the original version with German subtitles and the German dubbing.
The German implementation is carried out by VSI Berlin under the direction of René Dawn-Claude for the dialogue book and the dubbed direction.
German voice cast:
|Suzume Iwato||Emilia Raschewski|
|Souta Munakata||Oscar Räuker|
|Tamaki Iwato||Giuliana Jakobeit|
|Tomoya Serizawa||René Dawn-Claude|
|Suzume (child)||Milena Rybiczka|
|Chika Amabe||Helen Blaschke|
|Rumi Ninomiya||Britta Steffenhagen|
|Minoru Okabe||Daniel Welbat|
|Hitsujiro Munakata||Hanns-Joerg Krumpholz|
Makoto Shinkai penned the script and idea for Suzume , while Masayoshi Tanaka was in charge of character design and Kenichi Tsuchiya served as animation director. The studio CoMix Wave Films produced the film in cooperation with Story Inc.
Shinkai's new anime film premiered in Japan on November 11, 2022 and has so far grossed 14.13 billion yen (≈ 104 million EUR) at the Japanese box office. The international premiere outside of Asia took place on February 23, 2023 at the Berlinale 2023.
This is what Suzume no Tojimari is about :
The story follows Suzume, a 17-year-old girl from a quiet town in Kyushu, who meets a young man who is looking for a door. You will find a door in the ruins of a mountain that Suzume will open. Soon more doors will open across Japan, harboring disasters from the other side.