Philippine television channel Kapamilya Channel revealed in an advert last Friday that it will air Hello World, the distinctive anime film by director Tomohiko Ito and Graphinica, all through Maundy Thursday this week at 6:00 a.m. The film could have a Filipino dub.

The film opened in Japan in September 2019. It purchased 156,000 tickets and earned 212 million yen (about US$1.97 million) in its first 4 days to rank at #6 in its opening weekend. Pioneer Films screened the film inside the Philippines in October 2019.

The “sci-fi love story” film is prepared in Kyoto inside the 12 months 2027, and choices well-known landmarks equal to Fushimi Inari Taisha and Kamo Shrine. The film services on Naomi Katagaki, a male highschool scholar. One day, a person who calls himself Naomi 10 years from now appears in entrance of the youthful Naomi. Together, they should change the long run and save a classmate, Ruri, whom the youthful Naomi begins so far in three months.

Ito (Sword Art Online franchise, ERASED) directed the film at Graphinica (Expelled from Paradise). Mado Nozaki (Bablyon novel sequence, KADO – The Right Answer) wrote the screenplay, and Yukiko Horiguchi (Ok-ON!, Lucky Star, Tamako Love Story) designed the characters.

Source: Anime Pilipinas’ YouTube channel