Right Stuf announced last week that it and Nozomi Entertainment will release the Mai Mai Miracle anime film on Blu-ray Disc on December 3. The release will include Japanese and English audio tracks with English subtitles. And the release will include the film’s original Japanese trailer and a “Dubbing Mai Mai Miracle” interview with Michael Sinterniklaas.
In addition, Anime Limited will also release the film in the United Kingdom on December 9.
And for those of you who are interested in this anime film I will tell you the synopsis.
Shinko, is a third grade elementary school student with a magically active imagination. She spends a lot of her time listening to her grandfather’s history lessons, imagining what her town was like 1,000 years earlier.
One day, a sad and sombre girl called Kiiko transfers to Shinko’s school from Tokyo. A strong friendship soon grows between the two girls as Shinko helps Kiiko come out of her shell and deal with her loss – all thanks to their adventures, both imagined and real.
The film adapts Nobuko Takagi’s Mai Mai Miracle (Mai Mai Shinko to Sennen no Mahō) novel. And Sunao Katabuchi directed the film at Madhouse.
Mai Mai Miracle opened in Japan in 2009 and premiered in the U.S. in 2010.
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