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Children of the Sea 111min | Animation, Adventure, Drama, Family, Fantasy, Mystery, Sci-Fi | December 5, 2019 (United States) Summary: A young girl is drawn into a mystery involving sealife around the world, in which two mysterious boys are somehow involved.
Countries: JapanLanguages: Japanese

Synopsis

One summer vacation, Ruka meets two boys, “Umi” and “Sora,” whose upbringing contains strange and wonderful secrets. Drawn to their beautiful swimming, almost more like flying, Ruka and the adults who know them are intertwined in a complex mesh…

Meanwhile, an unexplained anomaly is occurring all over the world: fish are disappearing. Thus begins a marine adventure of boys and girls to captivate all the senses!

Alternative Titles

  • English: Children of the Sea, The Sea Monster’s Children
  • Japanese: 海獣の子供
  • Synonyms: Kaijuu no Kodomo

Information

  • Type: Movie
  • Episodes: 1
  • Status: Finished Airing
  • Genre: Drama, Mystery, Supernatural
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Audio: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English

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About Children of the Sea (Kaijuu no Kodomo) Movie

Children of the Sea (Japanese: 海獣の子供, Hepburn: Kaijū no Kodomo) is a 2019 Japanese animated film directed by Ayumu Watanabe and produced by Eiko Tanaka, with animation production by Studio 4°C. It is based on the manga of the same title by Daisuke Igarashi, who also wrote the film’s screenplay. It is Watanabe’s first theatrically released film since Space Brothers #0 (2014), and the first animated film adaptation of an Igarashi manga. The film stars the voices of Mana Ashida, Hiiro Ishibashi and Seishū Uragami. Set by and in the ocean and themed on the mysteries of life, it depicts the connections between humanity and nature. It was released in Japan on June 7, 2019.

Plot

After a falling out with both her mother and the other members of her school club, female lead and junior high school student Ruka finds herself with nowhere to spend her days during summer vacation, and so she ends up hanging out at the aquarium where her father works. While there, she meets a mysterious pair of brothers, named Umi and Sora, who her father tells her were “raised by dugongs,” and are being observed for their aquatic abilities. The three teens share some sort of connection to a series of supernatural phenomena that have been affecting the world’s marine life, such as a comet falling into the sea and aquatic life from around the world gathering in Japan.

Voice cast & Characters


Mana Ashida (Japanese) and Anjali Gauld (English) as Ruka Azumi.

Hiiro Ishibashi (Japanese) and Lynden Prosser (English) as Umi.

Seishū Uragami and Benjamin Niewood (English) as Sora.

Win Morisaki (Japanese) and Beau Bridgland (English) as Anglade, a genius marine biologist who pursues the mystery surrounding Umi and Sora.

Goro Inagaki (Japanese) and Marc Thompson (English) as Masaaki Azumi, Ruka’s father who works at an aquarium.
Yu Aoi (Japanese) and Karen Strassman (English) as Kanako Azumi, Ruka’s mother, whose relationship with both Ruka and Masaaki is strained.

Tohru Watanabe (Japanese) and Wally Wingert (English) as Sensei, the coach in charge of Ruka’s handball team.

Min Tanaka (Japanese) and Michael Sorich (English) as Jim, a former friend of Anglade and a marine biologist who now takes care of Umi and Sora.

Sumiko Fuji (Japanese) and Denise Lee (English) as Dede, a mysterious figure who watches over Umi and Sora.
Marina Otani and Miyuna Kadowaki of STU48 as handball club members (cameo; Japanese).

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