“Children will not understand” will be released on August 20, Miyu Tomita will call the title in the new video

The live-action movie “Children don’t understand” based on the Tajima Islands, which had been postponed since last year, will be released nationwide on August 20th. At the same time, a new video packed with the “youth” of one summer has also appeared. The movie “Children don’t understand” whose release was postponed in June 2020 due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection. This work depicts the adventures of Minami Sakuda, a second-year high school girl who plays Moka Kamishiraishi, but this time it has been decided that it will be released in time for the summer. Prior to the nationwide release, it will be released in advance at Theater Shinjuku in Tokyo on August 13. Also, in the video released this time, elements that form “children do not understand” such as swimming, calligraphy, girl meets boy, animation, real father search, former guru, etc. appear one after another. Furthermore, the end of the video ends with a title call by Miyu Tomita, who plays the role of KOTEKO, the main character of the anime “Magic Plasterer Girl Buffalo KOTEKO”.The movie “Children don’t understand” will be released nationwide on August 20, 2021 (Friday)
August 13, 2021 (Friday) Theater Shinjuku pre-release


Original: Tajima Islands “Children don’t understand” (published by Kodansha Morning KC)
Director: Shuichi Okita
Starring: Moka Kamishiraishi, Kanata Hosoda, Yudai Chiba, Kanji Furutachi, Yuki Saito, Etsushi Toyokawa
Planning / Production Secretary: Amuse
Distribution: Nikkatsu
Production Production: Office Shirozu (c) 2020 “Children don’t understand” Production Committee (c) Tajima Islands / Kodansha