Umibe no Etranger Boys-Love: The anime film adaptation of L’étranger de la plage directed by Akiyo Ohashi uploaded a long video on Thursday to promote it with featuring its theme song Zokkon. The song was specially and originally created for the film.
The film features homsexual romance and is adapted from manga written by Kanna Kii. The film got delayed by three months.
To watch the video you can check the official channel on YouTube.
The film released this month in September on the eleventh. Animated by the Japanese studio Hibari which was founded by a husband and wife, the storyline of the movie revolves around a high school orphan boy.
The role of Shin who is the gay neighbor of Mio is played by the thirty-eight year old Japanese voice actor Taishi Murata. And the role of Mio, the main character in L’etranger is played by Yoshitsugu Matsuoka who is a thirty-four years old Japanese voice actor.
Lastly the character of Sakurako is voiced by Yu Shimamura who is a thirty-five year old Japanese voice actress amd mainly works for the Ken Production.
The premise of the boy is set around a high school hoing boy, Mio who has lost both his mother and father during early age. Neighbor of Mio, is a gay who wishes to become a novelist and befriends Mio after sharing some time together talking about their life.
The story is set in Okinawa which is an island where no one really goes. As the plot moves forward, Mio has to leave the island only to return after three years when he comes to term with his feelings.
The manga unlike many manga had only one volume and the song which was released with the long promotion video has Mina Kubota’s music.