Fireworks, Should We See it from the Side or the Bottom? (movie)

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Alternative title:
Luces en el cielo (Spanish)
Luzes no Céu: Fireworks (Portuguese)
Uchiage Hanabi, Shita kara Miru ka? Yoko kara Miru ka? (Japanese)
打ち上げ花火、下から見るか?横から見るか? (Japanese)
煙花 (Chinese (Taiwan))
쏘아올린 불꽃, 밑에서 볼까? 옆에서 볼까? (Korean)
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: One day during summer vacation, a group of boys try to view a fireworks display from the town lighthouse to see if they look round or flat when viewed from the side. Meanwhile, one of the boys, Norimichi, receives an invitation from his crush Nazuna to run away with her.
User Ratings: 50 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 3 votes (dub:2, raw:1)
 Excellent: 4 votes (sub:3, dub:1)
 Very good: 13 votes (sub:13)
 Good: 11 votes (sub:6, dub:1, raw:1, others:3
2 Spanish subtitled
1 German dubbed
 Decent: 9 votes (sub:7, dub:1, others:1
1 Spanish subtitled
 So-so: 5 votes (sub:5)
 Not really good: 2 votes (sub:2)
 Weak: 3 votes (sub:2, others:1
1 Spanish subtitled
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Seen in part or in whole by 69 users, rank: #4709 (of 7465)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.860 (Good), std. dev.: 1.7322, rank: #3318 (of 7491)
Weighted mean: 6.742 (Good−), rank: #3565 (of 7491) (seen all: 6.74)
Bayesian estimate: 6.901 (Good), rank: #2844 (of 5657)
Vintage: 2017-08-18
Premiere date:
2017-08-18 (Japan)
2017-09-15 (Taiwan)
2017-09-28 (Hong Kong)
2017-10-05 (Australia)
2017-10-15 (UK, Scotland Loves Anime)
2017-10-20 (USA, Animation Is Film Festival)
2017-10-26 (New Zealand)
2017-11-01 (Indonesia)
2017-11-10 (Vietnam)
2017-11-15 (Ireland)
2017-11-30 (Malaysia)
2017-11-30 (Singapore)
2017-12-01 (China)
2017-12-28 (Thailand)
2018-01-03 (France)
2018-01-11 (South Korea)
2018-01-27 (Germany, Akiba Pass Festival)
2018-02-11 (Austria, Akiba Pass Festival)
2018-02-14 (Mexico)
2018-03-06 (Colombia)
2018-03-12 (Argentina)
2018-03-12 (Peru)
2018-03-20 (Brazil)
2018-04-20 (Spain)
Release dates: We have 1
Ending Theme:
"Uchiage Hanabi" by Kenshi Yonezu ft. DAOKO
Remake of the 1993 live-action TV drama of the same name by Shunji Iwai.
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Japanese staff
Japanese companies
Chief Director: Akiyuki Simbo
Director: Nobuyuki Takeuchi
Screenplay: Hitoshi Ōne
Unit Director: Toshiaki Kidokoro
Producer: Genki Kawamura

Assistant Director: Toshiaki Kidokoro
Original screenplay: Shunji Iwai
Theme Song Performance:
Kenshi Yonezu
Animation Production: SHAFT
Japanese cast
Masaki Suda as Norimichi Shimada
Suzu Hirose as Nazuna Oikawa

Kana Hanazawa as Miura-sensei 
Mamoru Miyano as Yūsuke Azumi
Takako Matsu as Nazuna's mother

Chiwa Saito as Nurse
Fumihiko Tachiki as Pyrotechnician
Michiko Neya as Norimichi's mother
Mitsuru Miyamoto as Yūsuke's father
Nobuo Tobita as Norimichi's father
Shinichiro Miki as Nazuna's mother's fiancé
Shintarō Asanuma as Junichi 
Takahiro Sakurai as Mitsuishi Sensei
Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Kazuhiro
Yuuki Kaji as Jin
English staff
English cast
Additional Director: Michael Schneider
Audio Engineer: Michael Schneider
Casting: Stephanie Sheh
Insert Song Performance: Brooklyn Nelson
Mixing: Oscar Garcia
Printmaster: Gary J. Coppola
Production Assistant: Chelsea Rodgers
Production Supervision: Clark Cheng
Song Adaptation: Stephanie Sheh
Special Thanks To:
Lacey Nelson
Oliver Bennett
Spotting: Marianne Miller
Brooklyn Nelson as Nazuna Oikawa
Ryan Shanahan as Norimichi Shimada

Aaron Dalla Villa as Yusuke Azumi
Julie Ann Taylor as Nazuna's Mother
Laurie Hymes as Miura-sensei

Aiden Raheb as Minoru
Andrew Lent as Kazuhiro
Colin A. Favor as
Norimichi's Father
Yusuke's Father
Griffin Puatu as Junichi
Michael Sinterniklaas as Mitsuishi-sensei
Mike Pollock as Pyrotechnician
Ron Allen as Nazuna's Mother's Fiance
Stephanie Sheh as Norimichi's Mother

English companies
ADR Production: NYAV Post
Madman Entertainment (Australia and New Zealand)
Shout! Factory (USA)
Licensed by:
Anime Limited (UK & Ireland)
GKids (North America)
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
ADR Director: Gabriel Gama
Diana Nolan
Jennifer Medel
Marc Bernabé (Spain dub)
Verónica Calafell (Spain dub)
ADR Script: Eliot Gama
Executive producer: Rodolfo Miranda

Adaptation: Gabriel Gama
Mix Engineer: Ángel Pardo
Production manager:
Eliot Gama
Jhoana Palacios
Recording engineer: Ángel Pardo
Álvaro Esteve as Norimichi Shimada (Spain dub)
Caridad Monrós as Nazuna Oikawa (Spain dub)
Desireé González as Nazuna Oikawa
Gabriel Gama as Yūsuke Azumi
Gabriel Ramos as Norimichi Shimada

Claudia Motta as Teacher Miura
María José Chabrera as Nazuna's Mother (Spain dub)
Rubén Felis as Yusuke Azumi (Spain dub)

Aída Baida Gil as Teacher Miura (Spain dub)
Alan Bressant as Hanabishi
Alejandro Moreno Blanco as Norimichi's Father (Spain dub)
Alfonso Obregón as Nazuna's mother's boyfriend
Alvaro Álvarez as Norimichi's dad
Carles Teruel as Junichi (Spain dub)
Diana Huicochea as Norimichi's mom
Ernest Sendín as Teacher Mitsuishi (Spain dub)
Gerardo Ortega as Junichi
Héctor Ireta de Alba as Kazuhiro
Héctor Mena as Minoru
José Manuel Oliva as Yusuke's Father (Spain dub)
Nina Romero as Minoru (Spain dub)
Omar Lozano as Nazuna's Mother's Fiance (Spain dub)
Rafael Escalante as Mitsuishi
Rafael Ordóñez Arrieta as Pyrotechnician (Spain dub)
Rosa López as Norimichi's Mother (Spain dub)

Enric Lencina (Spain dub)
Marta Aparicio (Spain dub)
Silvia Tarín (Spain dub)
Spanish companies
Cinemark (Colombia; Argentina; subtitled)
Madness Entertainment (Latin America)
Selecta Visión (Spain)
Internet Streaming: Filmin (Spain)
Licensed by:
Madness Entertainment (Latin America)
Selecta Visión (Spain)
Theatrical Distribution: Cinemark (Colombia)
Theatrical Releaser: Cinemark (Colombia | Theatrical)
Translation: Daruma Serveis Lingüístics (Spain dub)
German staff
German cast
ADR Director: Hilke Flickenschildt

Casting: Tilo Srocke
Lisa Mitsching as Nazuna Oikawa
Patrick Keller as Norimichi Shimada

Alexandra Wilcke as Nazunas Mother
Marco Eßer as Minoru
Patrick Baehr as Kazuhiro
Sebastian Fitzner as Yuusuke Azumi
Till Völger as Jun'ichi

Axel Lutter as Hanabishi
Fabian Oscar Wien as Young Man
Karlo Hackenberger as Mitsuishi
Maria Jany as Norimichi's Mother
Roland Wolf as Nazuna's Stepfather

German companies
Distributor: Universum Anime
Dubbing: EuroSync GmbH
Portuguese staff
Portuguese companies
Distributor: Madness Entertainment (Brazil)
Licensed by: Madness Entertainment (Brazil)
Theatrical Distribution: Cinemark (Brazil)
Portuguese cast
Chinese (Taiwan) staff
Chinese (Taiwan) companies
Licensed by: ifilm
Chinese (Taiwan) cast

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