Watch New Clips For Anime In This Corner Of The World

Watch New Clips For Anime In This Corner Of The World

Animation for decades has always been seen here in the west merely as a form of entertainment for kids and in a way they are correct. If you take in a wider perspective take into an account a gorgeous looking animation like, In This Corner Of The World, this movie may have a specific audience but it’s made to be enjoyed by everyone. Sunao Katabuchi‘s Anime was rated one of the best movies of 2016 Japanese Box Office is now out today in UK&Irish cinemas. A beautiful, moving poignant movie of the story of innocence during wartime. Manga Entertainment has sent us several new clips, check them out below…


The award-winning story follows a young girl named Suzu Urano, who in 1944 moves to the small town of Kure in Hiroshima where she marries ShūsakuHōjō-a young clerk who works at the local naval base. Living with his family, Suzy becomes essential to the running of the household and creatively prepares meals during the tough wartime conditions while also carrying out daily housework. In 1945, intense bombings by the US military finally reach Kure with devastating effect to the townsfolk and their way of life. Suzy’s life is changed irrevocably, but through perseverance and courage, she manages to continue to live life to the fullest. This beautiful yet tragic tale shows that even in the face of adversity and loss, people can come together and rebuild their lives.

Related: Sunao Katabuchi’s In This Corner Of The World To Get A UK Cinema Release

From the above clips you truly get a real sense this movie is a pure artform and if you are fortunate to live nearby a cinema previewing this movie, take the opportunity and go see it. In This Corner Of The World is out now 28th June in UK and Irish Cinemas [Check Here for listings]

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