The official site for the anime film of writer Osamu Sōda’s Bokura no Nanokakan Sensō (Seven Days War or Our Seven-Day War) novel revealed a mystery trailer and visual for the Seven Days War anime film on Tuesday.
The riddle story and social parody starts on the day preceding summer excursion, when each kid in a first-year class of a downtown Tokyo center school vanishes. Is it safe to say that it was some mishap? A mass grabbing? As a matter of fact, the young men holed themselves up in a deserted production line on the riverbed. With help from the students, the young men begin a revolution against the grown-ups from this “liberation zone” The new anime film moves the settings to the year 2020.
Kadokawa Shoten distributed the novel in April 1985, and the novel enlivened a live-action film featuring Rie Miyazawa in 1988. The novel additionally brought forth a progression of print spin-offs and spinoffs that has sold more than 170 million duplicates and has included new volumes as of late as a year ago.
Yūta Murano is coordinating the film. Ichiro Okouchi is writing the film‘s content. Keishin is planning the first idea for the characters, and Hiroshi Shimizu is adjusting those structures for animation.