Blue Thermal Anime Film Dated for Blu-ray, Digital in North America

Adaptation of Kana Ozawa's manga takes flight on March 14

Blue Thermal


Based on the manga by Kana Ozawa, the Blue Thermal anime film first premiered in Japan last March before making its way to North America in November courtesy of Eleven Arts. Featuring direction by Masaki Tachibana (Tokyo Magnitude 8.0, Princess Principal) and animation production by Telecom Animation Film, the next stop for the film is home video, and Eleven Arts and Shout! Factory have set the Blu-ray and digital release for March 14.


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Bonus features on the Blu-ray include an interview with director Masaki Tachibana and character profiles.







"I want to experience a love that sparkles!" Arriving from Nagasaki with her wishful mantra is Tamaki Tsuru, who in high school could think only about volleyball. Things don’t begin well, however, when she looks for an extracurricular club to join and proceeds to immediately ding a glider at aviation club tryouts ending up having to work it off. She is initially disillusioned with campus life. Then Kuramochi, the club leader and glider pilot, takes Tamaki under his wing, and from the moment he takes her up for a flight in a glider, Tamaki becomes a captive of the vast beauty of the skies.


Source: Press release




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