Children Who Chase Lost Voices Blu-ray/DVD Sentai Selects
About Children Who Chase Lost Voices Blu-ray/DVD Sentai Selects
Life hasn't been easy for Asuna since the death of her father. With her mother forced to work long hours to make ends meet, Asuna spends most of her time alone, listening to the crystal radio her father left behind.
It's a curious thing, requiring neither electricity nor an amplifier, but the strange music that plays over it is an even greater mystery. Where does it come from? And what does it mean? The answers will lead Asuna into a hidden world filled with incredible dangers, where monsters roam and even the dead can be brought back to life.
But there's a price that comes with unlocking the secrets, and it may be more than Asuna can afford to pay! Join the journey to Agartha as the adventure of a lifetime begins when acclaimed director Makoto Shinkai unleashes CHILDREN WHO CHASE LOST VOICES!
Special Features: Interviews, The Making Of, Japanese Promo Video, Japanese Teasers, The Works of Makoto Shinkai, Interview with Makoto Shinkai (text).
Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles.
- Publisher: SENTAI FILMWORKS
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Fantasy
- Themes: Adventure
- Age Rating: 8+
- Run Time: 116
- Release Date: 7/19/2016
- Dimensional Weight: 0.26
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
A Well Made Movie That Is Beautiful Visually
by ZACH -
This movie was enjoyable and worth what I paid for it. The story wasn't very interesting and felt very forced, however the world that the majority of the story takes place in is interesting. The English voice acting was good throughout the movie, but it's visuals are what really shine. The animation, lighting, and colors are beautiful. The dream like setting and weird ideas portrayed though stunning animation and colors make this movie worth watching.
by Lust4lyfe101 -
This anime movie had excellent animation which brought me to this animes attention, I enjoyed the ending but majority throughout the movie I thought it was ok but the ending is what really shined for me and worth the watch atleast once