New anime film from the Your Name maker: This is the German cinema release of Suzume

Several mysterious doors and a living chair play important roles in Suzume.

Several mysterious doors and a living chair play important roles in Suzume.

In a few months you can see a real anime highlight in the cinema with Suzume: Crunchyroll and Sony have now announced the theatrical release date for Germany in a press release. It won’t be long before Makoto Shinkai’s extremely successful film will also be shown in Germany. You can read here what awaits you and when the time comes.

Suzume finally has a theatrical release date for Germany

What is Suzume? Suzme aka Suzume no Tojimari is the new anime film directed by Makoto Shinkai. We owe strips like Your Name to the auteur filmmaker. – Yesterday, Today and Forever, which has now become a kind of cult film. Weathering With You: The Girl Who Touched the Sun should also be familiar to some anime connoisseurs.

German theatrical release date is: With April 13, 2023, there is finally a fixed date for the theatrical release of Suzume in Germany. In France and Malta it starts a day earlier, in Austria, the USA and some other countries it will take until April 14th.

A complete success in Japan: In Japan, Suzume had its theatrical release in November with great success. The film has dominated the box office for three weeks in a row and has already grossed 7.5 billion yen (approx. 51.9 million euros). Suzume was watched by over 5.6 million viewers in Japan alone.

What’s the matter? In Suzume we experience the curious story of the young woman of the same name. She has to deal with a mysterious guy and even more mysterious doors. These doors wreak catastrophic destruction around them and must first be found and then closed.

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The first of these doors is located in a flooded ruin and marks the start of the turbulent story. Behind the doors hides a very own sphere, we should expect landscapes never seen before.

Check out the one here (Japanese-language) trailer for Suzume on:

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Sounds weird, but it’s like this: A living chair also accompanies Suzume in the film and a kind of love relationship even develops between the two. In addition, 17-year-old Suzume also has to deal with everyday fears and problems.

How does that sound to you? What do you think of the trailer and do you want to see Suzume in the cinema?