Totto-Chan: The Little Girl at the Window Autobiography Gets Theatrical Anime in 2023
A brand new theatrical anime adaptation of Japanese media persona Tetsuko Kuroyanagi’s autobiography Totto-Chan: The Little Woman on the Window will hit the large display screen in Japan after many years of makes an attempt to provide both an animated or live-action adaptation.
The autobiography was first printed in Japan in 1981, sourced from a collection of journal articles written by Kuroyanagi years earlier about her experiences and struggles in attending faculty as a toddler throughout World Warfare II-era Japan. The ebook was ostensibly printed throughout a time when media protection of Japanese kids refusing to attend faculty was at an all-time excessive and Kuroyanagi felt the ebook would persuade college students to remain in class.
The ebook noticed its first English edition printed in 1984 via the previous Kodansha Worldwide publishing imprint, greatest identified for publishing bilingual editions of fashionable Japanese novels and manga.
The theatrical anime adaptation options Shinnosuke Yakuwa, greatest identified for steering many Doraemon theatrical movie variations, directing and writing the screenplay alongside Yosuke Suzuki, additionally identified for writing the screenplays to many kids’s anime movie variations. Shizue Kaneko, greatest identified for the character designs in a number of Pokémon films, will contribute character designs for the movie whereas Shin-Ei Douga will deal with animation manufacturing.
The movie is at present in manufacturing and is slated for a Winter 2023 launch in Japanese theaters.
Supply: Comic Natalie