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Posted 4/17/16 , edited 4/18/16

Director Kenji Kamiyama revealed a new anime film project titled Hirune Hime ~Shiranai Watashi no Monogatari~ (Napping Princess: The Story of the Unknown Me) on Monday. The film is slated to open in Japanese theaters in 2017. The project will be the first film that Kamiyama has helmed in five years since 009 Re:Cyborg in 2012. The film's website revealed two character designs — one for the main character, a girl named Kokone Morikawa, and the other for a robot named Hearts. The website also posted a background painting.


New anime film to be directed by Kenji Kamiyama

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http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2016-04-17/ghost-in-the-shell-sac-kenji-kamiyama-directs-new-hirune-hime-anime-film/.101186
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Looks beautiful and I'm intrigued by the familial aspect of the story. It's going to be really emotional, I can feel it!
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Posted 11/6/17 , edited 11/6/17
More of a kid's movie, merging dreams, reality with a bit of magic from a tablet. Still worth watching, though, it wasn't boring. I was a bit surprised to recognize the ending theme music Daydream Believer, written by John Stewart of the Kingston Trio, and performed first by the Monkees. Mostly new lyrics, and female vocals, but the melody was all there.
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