Kyoto Animation is adapting Yoshitoki Ooima’s dramatical manga, A Silent Voice, into an anime film. The movie centers around a deaf girl and the boy who used to bully her, and KyoAni has just released two new videos, which were released with Japanese subtitles to help the audiences who are hearing-impaired.
The manga follows the relationship between Shoya Ishida, and the deaf/ mute transfer student, Shoko Nishimiya. Shoya started bullying her with his classmates on the day they met, however, the tables soon turn when their classmates turn on Shoya as well. Years later, Shoya feels the need that he must see Shoko.
The anime adaptation was announced last year, and it was revealed that it won’t be a TV anime, but an animated film, and KyoAni is the one responsible for adapting it into an anime. The movie is slated to premiere on September 17, 2016 in Japan.
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[VIDEOS] Kyoto Animation"s A Silent Voice movie gets new trailer and teaser for deaf audiences