1st Free! The Final Stroke
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The successful Japanese Animation Studio, Kyoto Animation posted the second teaser trailer, another key visual, and theme song details for the first film in the new two-section anime film project Free! The Final Stroke on Monday.

The new trailer reviews Haruka’s eagerly awaited adventure to the Sydney competition.

The name of OLDCODEX’s song for the film is Going to Over – Version:Free – , and as the name demonstrates, this is a change of the opening song for the third TV anime season. The CD will go at a bargain on September 15.

The first up-and-coming film for the undertaking will open in Japan on September 17, and the subsequent part will open in Japan on April 22, 2022. The video portrayal prods that the movies are the “last part” for the establishment.

Free! is a Japanese anime TV arrangement created by Kyoto Animation and Animation Do. The anime is a continuation of the light novel, High Speed!, composed by Kōji Ōji, which got a good notice in the second Kyoto Animation Award challenge in 2011 and was distributed in July 2013. The primary season named, Free! – Iwatobi Swim Club for worldwide conveyance, publicized in Japan in 2013; and the subsequent season named, Free! – Eternal Summer, circulated in 2014. A third period of the anime arrangement named, Free! – Dive to the Future, disclosed in 2018. Hiroko Utsumi coordinated the initial two seasons, while season three was coordinated by Eisaku Kawanami.

An animated film adjusting the second volume of the first novel, High Speed! Free! Beginning Days, was delivered in December 2015. A film set of three was delivered in 2017 with the initial two movies being arrangements of the two seasons of the anime arrangement named, Free! Immortal Medley – the Bond and Free! Immortal Medley – the Promise. The third film in the set of three named, Free! Take Your Marks, highlighted four new vignettes. A compilation film including the third season, named Free! Street to the World – the Dream, appeared in July 2019.

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