Kun (voiced by Moka Kamishiraishi) meets the adolescent version of his younger sister (voiced by Haru Kuroki) in the animated feature Mirai (category I; Japanese and Cantonese versions). It’s directed by Mamoru Hosoda. Kun (voiced by Moka Kamishiraishi) meets the adolescent version of his younger sister (voiced by Haru Kuroki) in the animated feature Mirai (category I; Japanese and Cantonese versions). It’s directed by Mamoru Hosoda.
Kun (voiced by Moka Kamishiraishi) meets the adolescent version of his younger sister (voiced by Haru Kuroki) in the animated feature Mirai (category I; Japanese and Cantonese versions). It’s directed by Mamoru Hosoda.

Asian cinema: Japanese films

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Mirai film review: Mamoru Hosoda’s poignant animation blends fantasy with family

When a young boy becomes jealous of his new baby sister, his vivid imagination leads him into new worlds where he meets relatives from different eras. This is a deeply personal and touching work

Topic |   Asian cinema: Japanese films
Kun (voiced by Moka Kamishiraishi) meets the adolescent version of his younger sister (voiced by Haru Kuroki) in the animated feature Mirai (category I; Japanese and Cantonese versions). It’s directed by Mamoru Hosoda. Kun (voiced by Moka Kamishiraishi) meets the adolescent version of his younger sister (voiced by Haru Kuroki) in the animated feature Mirai (category I; Japanese and Cantonese versions). It’s directed by Mamoru Hosoda.
Kun (voiced by Moka Kamishiraishi) meets the adolescent version of his younger sister (voiced by Haru Kuroki) in the animated feature Mirai (category I; Japanese and Cantonese versions). It’s directed by Mamoru Hosoda.
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