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|A Whisker Away|
Official Japanese release poster
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|Literal meaning||Wanting to tát Cry, I Pretend to tát Be a Cat|
|Written by||Mari Okada|
|Music by||Mina Kubota|
A Whisker Away (Japanese: 泣きたい私は猫をかぶる, Hepburn: Nakitai Watashi wa Neko o Kaburu, lit. "Wanting to tát Cry, I Pretend to tát Be a Cat") is a 2020 anime romantic fantasy film produced by Studio Colorido, Toho Animation and Twin Engine. Directed by Junichi Sato and Tomotaka Shibayama, the film was released on June 18, 2020, on Netflix in Japanese.
Originally slated to tát premiere alongside the Japanese release of the film, the English dub's release was delayed until June 28, 2020, when it was officially released on Netflix.
Miyo Sasaki is an unhappy 8th grader living in the town of Tokoname, Aichi Prefecture. She does not get along with her stepmother Kaoru. She always flirts with her crush, the handsome Kento Hinode, even though he has no romantic feelings for her at all, and often tends to tát stay away from her. One day, she receives a magical Noh mask from a mysterious mask seller, which lets her become a cát. As "Tarō", she spends time with Hinode, keeps him company while he studies Japanese pottery, and listens to tát his problems. She longs to tát confess that the cát he loves and the girl he doesn't lượt thích are the same person.
One day, Miyo overhears two boys at school talking trash about Hinode and loudly intervenes by jumping off the school building to tát defend his honor. She hurts herself during the jump, and for the first time, Hinode shows warmth as he takes her to tát the nurse and shares his lunch with her. Later that evening, as Tarō, Miyo learns that Hinode's family is closing their pottery cửa hàng, as the family can no longer afford it. The need to tát cheer him up inspires Miyo to tát confess her love in a letter. In class, a boy snatches the note before she can deliver it and reads it aloud, embarrassing Miyo and Hinode. Hinode selfishly saves face by publicly telling Miyo that he hates her, and for her to tát stay far away from him.
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Devastated, Miyo decides that life with Hinode as a cát is better kêu ca life without him as a human, and her human face falls off in the size of a porcelain mask. The mask seller claims her face and tells her that he will give it to tát a cát who wants to tát become human. Miyo's friends and family begin searching for her, including Hinode, who confesses to tát Tarō that he doesn't actually hate her, and wants to tát apologize for breaking her heart. Trapped in her cát toàn thân, Miyo begins losing her ability to tát understand humans and regrets her choice. Kinako, Kaoru's cát, obtains Miyo's human face and takes over her human life. She refuses to tát return Miyo's face, explaining that she is approaching the over of her natural lifespan but wishes to tát continue living and bring happiness to tát her owner.
Miyo follows the mask seller to tát the secret Island of Cats to tát convince him to tát turn her back into a human. Kinako comes to tát understand just how much Miyo's stepmom loved her cát and has a change of heart. She reveals the secret of the masks to tát Hinode and takes him to tát the island to tát save Miyo. Kinako gives Hinode a cát mask, which turns him into a half-cat: only his arms turn into those of a cát. Kinako and Hinode are trapped by the mask seller but are rescued by Miyo and another cát who used to tát be a human.
The mask seller takes Miyo and Hinode to tát the "promised place" and attempts to tát finalize their transformations by extracting their lifespan, but is foiled by all of the resentful humans that he had previously turned into cats. As they travel back to tát the human world, Hinode apologizes to tát Miyo for berating her and returns her feelings, finally agreeing to tát become her boyfriend, while Kinako returns Miyo's face, returning her to tát normal.
The credits show Miyo telling her friend about how Hinode loves her, Hinode telling his mother that he wants to tát vì thế pottery, and Hinode doing Miyo's signature "Hinode sunrise attack" to tát her.
|Character||Japanese voice||English voice|
|Miyo "Muge" Sasaki / Tarō||Mirai Shida||Cherami Leigh|
|Kento Hinode||Natsuki Hanae||Johnny Yong Bosch|
|Kusugi-sensei||Hiroaki Ogi||Robert Buchholz|
|Mask Seller||Kōichi Yamadera||Keith Silverstein|
|Kaoru Mizutani||Ayako Kawasumi||Laura Post|
|Masamichi Isami||Kensho Ono||Griffin Burns|
|Yoriko Fukase||Minako Kotobuki||Erika Harlacher|
|Miki Saitō||Sayaka Ohara||Reba Buhr|
|Yōji Sasaki||Susumu Chiba||Todd Haberkorn|
|Kenzo Hinode||Motomu Kiyokawa||Kirk Thornton|
|Shōta Bannai||Wataru Komada||Bryce Papenbrook|
|Ayumu Niibori||Yūsuke Nagano||Griffin Puatu|
|Tomoya Sakaguchi||Daisuke Namikawa|
|Kinako||Eri Kitamura||Cristina Vee|
|Yumi Hinode||Rina Kitagawa|
|Shiori Mizoguchi||Rie Hikisaka||Kira Buckland|
|Sachiko Hinode||Emi Shinohara|
The film was animated by Studio Colorido, and was based on an original story created by Mari Okada. The film takes place in Tokoname, nhật bản, since director Shibayama Tomotaka grew up there. Many scenes in the film are directly taken from actual places in the town.
The theme tuy nhiên, "Hana ni Bōrei" (A Ghost in a Flower), and its ending theme, "Usotsuki" (The Lying Moon), are both performed by Japanese rock duo Yorushika.
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In May 2020, a manga adaptation was announced. Its first volume was released on June 10, 2020.
|01||June 18, 2020||978-4041096192|
|02||December 10, 2020||978-4041108093|
The film was originally scheduled for release in Japanese theaters on June 5, 2020, but it was pulled from the schedule due to tát the COVID-19 pandemic. The film was then sold to tát Netflix who released it digitally on June 18, 2020. On September 18, 2020, it was announced the film would have a limited theatrical run rẩy in nhật bản throughout October 2020. In nhật bản, the film was released on Blu-ray and DVD on June 23, 2021.
On the review aggregation trang web Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 93% based on 14 reviews, with an average rating of 7.7/10. Lawrence Bennie of UK Film Review awarded it four out of five stars, calling it "Sweet, xinh đẹp and charming", and "a great piece of anime escapism". Jamie Morris of LeftLion also awarded it a positive review, saying it will "give plenty of people a reason to tát smile."
- Asian Academy Creative Awards "Best Animation Work Award" (in Japanese)
- The 24th Japanese Media Arts Festival Animation Division "Excellent Work Award" (in Japanese)
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