Uploaded on Aug 23, 2011
[MT/1080pHD] The latest trailer for "From Up On Poppy Hill" (AKA Kokuriko-zaka kara).
From up on Poppy Hill is a 2011 Japanese animated drama film directed by Gorō Miyazaki, written by Hayao Miyazaki and Keiko Niwa and produced by Studio Ghibli. The film is based on the manga series of the same name by Tetsuo Sayama and Chizuru Takahashi.
☆ PLOT ☆
The story is set in 1963 in Yokohama.
Kokuriko Manor sits on a hill overlooking the harbour. A 16 year-old girl, Umi, lives in that house. Every morning she raises a signal flag facing the sea. The flag means "I pray for safe voyages". A 17 year-old boy, Shun, always sees this flag from the sea as he rides a tugboat to school.
In preparation for next year's Tokyo Olympics, people are destroying the old and believing only in the magnificence of the new. In that time, at a high school in Yokohama, a small struggle occurred. The building of the Culture Club, nicknamed Quartier Latin, is old but full of history and memories. Should it be destroyed or preserved? In the middle of this, Umi and Shun meet. Shun appeals to the students who want to protect the building. Umi suggests a big clean up of the building to show its good parts.
Gradually the pair are drawn to each other but they are faced with a sudden trial. They may be siblings. Even so, they keep going without running from reality. Then, in the middle of the battle and the aftermath, they come to know how their parents met, loved and lived.
☆ VOICE CAST ☆
● Masami Nagasawa as Umi Komatsuzaki, the daughter of a family that runs a lodging house.
● Junichi Okada as Shun Kazama, a school newspaper member whom Umi takes an interest in.
● Shunsuke Kazama as Shirō Mizunuma, the student council president.
● Jun Fubuki as Ryoko Komatsuzaki.
● Keiko Takeshita as Hana Komatsuzaki.
● Takashi Naito as Yoshio Onodera.
● Teruyuki Kagawa as President Tokumaru.
● Yuriko Ishida as Hokuto Kitami.
● Nao Omori as Kazama.
☆ MUSIC INFO ☆
"Sayonara no Natsu ~Kokuriko-zaka kara~" by Aoi Teshima
"Asagohan no Uta" by Aoi Teshima
"Hatsukoi no Koro" by Aoi Teshima
"Kon'iro no Uneri ga" by Aoi Teshima
"Ue o Muitearukō" by Kyū Sakamoto