Mirai (movie)

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Alternative title:
Mirai no Mirai (Japanese)
Mirai of the Future
Miraï, ma petite sœur (French)
Mirai, mi hermana pequeña (Spanish)
未來的未來 (Chinese (Taiwan))
未来のミライ (Japanese)
Genres: drama
Themes: time-travel
Plot Summary: A family is living in a small house in an obscure corner of a certain city—in that house lives the family's spoiled four-year-old boy Kun-chan. When Kun-chan gets a little sister named Mirai, he feels that his new sister stole his parents' love from him, and is overwhelmed by many experiences he undergoes for the first time in his life. In the midst of it all, he meets an older version of Mirai, who has come from the future.
Running time: 100 minutes
Vintage: 2018-05-16
Premiere date:
2018-05-16 (France, Directors' Fortnight)
2018-06-16 (Australia, Sydney Film Festival)
2018-07-20 (Japan)
2018-08-03 (Vietnam)
2018-08-10 (Hungary)
2018-08-16 (Taiwan, Taipei)
2018-08-23 (Hong Kong)
2018-08-23 (Thailand)
2018-08-30 (Singapore)
2018-09-06 (Russia)
2018-09-20 (New Zealand)
2018-10-13 (UK, BFI London Film Festival)
2018-10-15 (Italy)
2018-10-19 (USA, Animation is Film Festival)
2018-11-02 (Ireland)
2018-11-30 (Canada)
2018-12-13 (Ukraine)
Opening Theme:
"Mirai no Theme" by Tatsuro Yamashita
Ending Theme:
"Uta no Kisha" by Tatsuro Yamashita
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Haru Kuroki as Mirai-chan
Moka Kamishiraishi as Kun-chan

Gen Hoshino as Father
Kaede Hondo as Mirai-chan (baby)
Kōji Yakusho as Grandfather
Kumiko Asou as Mother
Masaharu Fukuyama as Young Man
Mitsuo Yoshihara as Mysterious Man
Yoshiko Miyazaki as Grandmother

Matsunojō Kanda as Robot of the Tokyo Station
Sakura Saiga as Girl
Tasuku Hatanaka as Male High School Student
Japanese companies
English companies
English staff
ADR Production: NYAV Post
Cathay Cineplexes (Singapore, theatres)
MK2 Mile End (Canada, theaters)
mm2 (Singapore, theatres)
Shout! Factory (USA & Canada)
Licensed by:
Anime Limited (UK & Ireland)
GKids (USA/Canada)
Madman Entertainment (Australia/New Zealand)
English cast
Victoria Grace as Mirai
French staff
French cast
ADR Director: Hervé Icovic

Adaptation: Sylvestre Meininger
Mixing: Marim Hoxha
Suliane Brahim as Miraï adolescente

Achille Orsoni as Papi
Emmanuel Lemire as Papa
Lisa Martino as Maman

Antonin Icovic as Kun adolescent
Grégory Questel as Papi jeune
Roxane Bret as Maman enfant
French companies
Distributor: Wild Bunch (France, theaters)
Licensed by: @Anime (France)
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
Licensed by:
A Contracorriente Films (Spain)
KEM Media (Latin America)
Spanish cast
Italian staff
Italian cast
Italian companies
Distributor: Nexo Digital (theatres)
Licensed by: Dynit
German staff
German companies
Licensed by: AV Visionen GmbH
German cast
Arabic staff
Arabic companies
Licensed by: Selim Ramia (Lebanon and the Gulf region)
Arabic cast
Dutch staff
Dutch companies
Licensed by: Cineart (Benelux)
Dutch cast
Russian staff
Russian companies
Licensed by: Exponenta (CIS)
Russian cast
Portuguese staff
Portuguese companies
Licensed by: KEM Media (Brazil)
Portuguese cast
Chinese (Taiwan) staff
Chinese (Taiwan) companies
Licensed by: ifilm
Chinese (Taiwan) cast

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