A Turtle’s Shell is a Human’s Ribs Film Previewed Before Anime Expo Screenings
One of many screenings to return at this weekend’s Anime Expo 2022 is for the anime movie adaptation of Satoshi Kawasaki’s A Turtle’s Shell is a Human’s Ribs (Kame no Kōra wa Abarabone) record book. A new trailer arrived for the characteristic—that can show at AX on July 3 and 4—along with extra details on the solid, crew and Eastern originate timing.
The movie—which is directed by Masa Mori (scriptwriter for Obey Me!), written by Mori and Shinichi Tanaka and produced at Style ZERO—opens in Japan this October. Forged participants encompass Hiroya Shimizu as Kamero Kameta and Hayato Isomura as Eeruo Kaerukawa, each and each making their acting debut.
Right here’s how Anime Expo describes it:
“Huh? A turtle’s shell is actually a human’s ribs?” “The reverse-bending knee of a flamingo is a human’s ankle!?” The illustrated encyclopedia A Turtle’s Shell Is a Human’s Ribs by Satoshi Kawasaki (SB Inventive) clearly illustrates what it will most likely per chance per chance well be fancy if the human body bought the bodily mechanics of a huge quantity of animals. With its current animal folk, this fabulous book has gathered rather a range of attention and grew to change into rather a success in Japan! And at closing, it’s been made into an spicy movie!