Last Friday it was declared by the Philippine movie distributor Pioneer Films that on February 12 its screening of the original anime movie Her Blue Sky by the Super Peace Busters creative team will be released in the Philippines.
On October 11 the movie was released in Japan. The movie vended 126,000 tickets and generated 166 million yen in its primary four days and got the 4th position in its starting week. Ultimately the movie generated an aggregate profit of 508,571,450 yen. The movie is put forward for this year’s Animation of the Year category in the Japan Academy Film Prize Association’s 43rd annual awards.
The movie’s story is set in a town settled in the mountains. It fixates on second-year secondary school understudy and hopeful performer Aoi Aioi, her more seasoned sister Akane Aioi, Akane’s ex and battling guitarist Shinnosuke Kanomura, and Shinno who is really Shinnosuke from 13 years back subsequent to heading out from the past to the present.
Aoi and Akane’s parents died in a mishap 13 years prior, and Akane surrendered her aspiration of going to Tokyo with Shinnosuke to deal with Aoi. From that point forward, Aoi has felt obligated to her more seasoned sister. At some point, she is welcome to perform at a concert as a session artist by a celebrated enka artist named Dankichi. Simultaneously, Shinnosuke comes back to Aoi and Akane’s town after quite a while away. At that point, Shinno strangely shows up, and Aoi experiences passionate feelings just because.
Last July a manga version based on the movie was also commenced on Kadokawa’s Comic Newtype web comic site by Yaeko Ninagawa.
The crew members of Super Peace Busters Tatsuyuki Nagai (director) directed the movie, Mari Okada (writer and director) who wrote the story script and Masayoshi Tanaka (artist) who illustrated the real character designs and was also the main director of animation managed the movie. CloverWorks was supervised for the animation production.
The movie starred Shion Wakayama, Riho Yoshioka, and Ryō Yoshizawa.