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//JFF 2019: I Want To Eat Your Pancreas
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JFF 2019: I Want To Eat Your Pancreas

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Genre: Animated
Director: Shin'ichirô Ushijima
Cast: Mahiro Takasugi, Lynn, Jun Fukushima

Release Date: 08/04/2019
Feature Runtime: 2 hrs
Trailers: Approx. 20 mins

Synopsis

One day a high school boy stumbles across a secret diary. He discovers that the journal belongs to his classmate, a free-spirited and popular girl named Sakura Yamauchi, who reveals that she is suffering from a terminal illness. Sakura tells the boy that he is now the only person outside of her family who knows about her condition and he swears to her that he won’t tell anyone else. The two teenagers have very little in common, but the secret they now share draws them closer together while Sakura fights to live her last days to the fullest. Since Yoru Sumino posted his coming-of-age novel online in 2014, it has spawned a manga adaptation, a hit live action film, and now an animated feature. The premise may be familiar, but the strength of I Want To Eat Your Pancreas lies in director Shinichirou Ushijima’s ability to develop the characters and the core relationship at the film’s heart into something more significant, and in doing so elevate it beyond being just another teenage tale. Add to this a beautiful animation palette that is rich with detail and vibrant colours – appropriately for this time of year bright pink cherry blossoms feature quite prominently – and it is easy to see why audiences around the world have flocked to see this moving anime. Japanese Dialogue with English Subtitles