Haikara-San: Here Comes Miss Modern Part 1 (movie)

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©2017 Waki Yamato, KODANSHA/“Haikara-san” Partners


Alternative title:
Gekijōban Haikara-san ga Tōru Zenpen - Benio, Hana no 17-sai (Japanese)
Mademoiselle Hanamura #1 - Aufbruch zu modernen Zeiten (German)
劇場版 はいからさんが通る 前編 ~紅緒、花の17歳~ (Japanese)
Genres: comedy, drama, romance
Themes: historical
Plot Summary: Benio Hanamura lost her mother when she was very young and has been raised by her father, a high-ranking official in the Japanese army. As a result, she has grown into a tomboy -- contrary to traditional Japanese notions of femininity, she studies kendo, drinks sake, dresses in often outlandish-looking Western fashions instead of the traditional kimono, and isn't as interested in housework as she is in literature. She also rejects the idea of arranged marriages and believes in a woman's right to a career and to marry for love. Benio's best friends are the beautiful Tamaki, who is much more feminine than Benio but equally interested in women's rights, and Ranmaru, a young man who was raised to play female roles in the kabuki theater and as a result has acquired very effeminate mannerisms. (from manga)
Vintage: 2017-11-11
Premiere date:
2017-11-11 (Japan)
2018-06-08 (Canada)
2018-06-08 (USA)
Ending Theme:
"Yume no Hate made" by Saori Hayami
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Blu-Ray (Region A)
    Haikara-San: Here Comes Miss Modern Part 1 (Blu-Ray) 2018-12-04

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Kazuhiro Furuhashi
Screenplay: Kazuhiro Furuhashi
Original creator: Waki Yamato
Character Design: Terumi Nishii
Art Director: Kentaro Akiyama
Sound Director: Kazuhiro Wakabayashi
Director of Photography: Takeo Ogiwara (Graphinica)

Color design: Kunio Tsujita
Photography:
Ayumi Ushijima (Graphinica)
Emi Kojima (Graphinica)
Hiroo Yoshioka (Graphinica)
Keisuke Nozawa (Graphinica Sapporo Studio)
Kōhei Tanada (Graphinica)
Kotomi Murayama (Graphinica Sapporo Studio)
Kouji Hayashi (Creators in Pack)
Madoka Tada (Graphinica Sapporo Studio)
Megumi Himeno (Graphinica)
Mika Watanabe (Graphinica Sapporo Studio)
Naoki Kitamura (Graphinica)
Naoyuki Taniguchi (Nippon Animation)
Ryo Hiratsuka (Creators in Pack)
Ryōji Akiyama (Nippon Animation)
Shinya Kuwabara (Graphinica)
Tomohiro Urabayashi (Nippon Animation)
Yōsuke Ōtomo (Nippon Animation)
Yuki Uemura (Creators in Pack)
Theme Song Performance: Saori Hayami
Mamoru Miyano as Shinobu Ijūin
Saori Hayami as Benio Hanamura

Asami Seto as Tamaki Kitakōji
Kazuya Nakai as Shingo Onijima
Takahiro Sakurai as Tōsei Aoe
Yuuki Kaji as Ranmaru Fujieda

Kenta Miyake as Ushigorō
Reiko Suzuki as Housekeeper
Shizuka Itou as Kichiji
Unshō Ishizuka as Major Hanamura
Japanese companies
2D Works: Graphinica
Animation Production: Nippon Animation
Animation Production Cooperation:
amo
Studio Lings
Editing: Graphinica
Ending Animation: Nippon Animation
Production: Warner Bros.
special effects: Graphinica
English cast
English staff
ADR Director: Laura Post
Mimi Torres as Benio Hanamura
Robbie Daymond as Shinobu Ijuin

Cristina Vee as Tamaki Kitakoji
Keith Silverstein as Tosei Aoe
Kirk Thornton as Shingo Onijima
Shannon McKain as Ranmaru Fujieda
English companies
Distributor: Eleven Arts
German staff
German cast
(none)
Maresa Sedlmeir as Benio Hanamura
Patrick Mölleken as Shinobu Ijuuin

Christian Reimer as Ushigorou
Diana Gantner as Kichiji Hananoya
Gilles Karolyi as Major Hanamura
Hede Beck as Baaya
Janne Wetzel as Tamaki Kitakouji
Leonard Rosemann as Ranmaru Fujieda
Mario Pitz as Shingo Onijima
Severin Gmünder as Tousei Aoe

Claus Vester as Innen
Johanna Hanke as Grandmother
Johannes Bahr as Gozen
Kathrin Hildebrand as Kisaragi

German companies
Distributor: Peppermint Anime
Dubbing: STUTT I/O

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