Cat Eyes: new film by writer of Year Hana opens in June on Netflix

Cat Eyes: new film by writer of Year Hana opens in June on Netflix

Cat Eyes: new film by writer of Year Hana opens in June on Netflix
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Nakitai Watashi wa Neko the Kaburu (???????????) is a Japanese animated film from Studio Color. Originally expected to open in theaters in June, it ended up surrendering to streaming platforms so as not to have its launch interrupted.

The film will now be released worldwide by Netflix, simultaneously, and became known internationally as A Whisker Away, the film arrives in Brazil with the title of Cat eyes.

Check out the trailer below, with original Japanese audio:

According to the synopsis on the Fandom website:

Miyo Sasaki, nicknamed “Muge”, which means “infinitely mysterious”, has a brilliant personality and is full of energy at school and at home. She is also in love with her classmate Kento Hinode. Miyo repeatedly tries to get Kento’s attention, but he doesn’t pay attention to her. The girl realizes that the only way to approach him is to turn into a cat, but at some point, the barrier between her and the cat becomes ambiguous.

The world premiere of the film will be on June 18, 2020, by Netflix. In addition to the original Japanese audio, Portuguese dubbing is also expected.

In the meantime, find out more from Netflix at Cinema10.

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