Maquia When the Promised Flower Blooms Gogoanime

2018 Japanese film

Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms
SayoAsa Theatrical Release Poster.jpg

Japanese theatrical release poster

Japanese さよならの朝に約束の花をかざろう
Hepburn Sayonara no Asa ni Yakusoku no Hana o Kazarō
Literally Let’s Agree the Promised Flowers in the Morning of Farewells
Directed by Mari Okada
Written past Mari Okada
Produced by Naoko Endō
Tomomi Kyōtani
Nobuhiro Takenaka
Takahiro Kikuchi
Starring Manaka Iwami
Miyu Irino
Cinematography Satoshi Namiki
Edited by Ayumu Takahashi
Music past Kenji Kawai

Production
visitor

P.A.Works

Distributed by Showgate

Release engagement

  • February 24, 2018 (2018-02-24)

Running time

115 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese[i]
Box role $four.3 million[2]


Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms

[3]

(Japanese:
さよならの朝に約束の花をかざろう, Hepburn:

Sayonara no Asa ni Yakusoku no Hana o Kazarō
,
lit.
“Permit’s Hold the Promised Flowers in the Morning of Farewells”)
, officially abbreviated as

Sayoasa


(
さよ朝
)
,[4]
is a 2018 Japanese animated high fantasy drama film written and directed by Mari Okada and produced by P.A.Works.[1]
[5]
Information technology features animation direction and character designs by Yuriko Ishii adapted from Akihiko Yoshida’southward original designs, and music composed past Kenji Kawai.[i]

Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms
tells the story of the titular Maquia, a young girl who is a member of a special race called the Iorph, mystical beings who can live for hundreds of years. While escaping state of war, she finds a lone surviving infant and decides to enhance him as her son.

The film is Okada’s directorial debut and the outset standalone feature-length, theatrically-released production of P.A.Works.[4]
It premiered in Japan by Showgate on February 24, 2018, and at the Glasgow Pic Festival on March four, 2018.[6]
It was released by Madman Entertainment on June 7, 2018.[vii]
It was released by Anime Limited on June 27, 2018.[eight]
It was released by Eleven Arts on July xx, 2018.[9]
[10]
The film’s English dub premiered on September 21, 2018, in the United States.[eleven]
It was released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc in Northern America on February five, 2019. The DVD has only an English track, while the BD has both English language and Japanese tracks.[12]

Plot

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The Iorph, a humanoid race, live far removed from the world of humans, spending their days weaving Hibiol, a special material which serves equally a written chronicle of the passing of time. They age much slower than humans, and tin can live for hundreds of years. They are legendary to outsiders, who have dubbed them the “Association of the Separated”.

Maquia, a young, orphaned Iorph girl, serves as an banana to the clan’southward main, Racine, who warns her about creating emotional attachments to outsiders, saying that Maquia will know what true loneliness is if she does. Soon afterward, the neighboring kingdom of Mezarte sends armed soldiers on the backs of flight dragons called Renato to the Iorph village. Unable to find the secret to their longevity, the army attacks, killing most of the Iorph and kidnapping Leilia, Maquia’southward friend. Ane of the Renato succumbs to the “Red Center” disease and goes berserk during the attack. It becomes tangled in Hibiol, and flees the hamlet, inadvertently carrying Maquia, who is tangled in the fabric. The Renato afterward crashes and dies in a wood. Maquia wakes up and meets a alcoholic merchant at the ambushed caravan, where she finds a newborn baby boy, held tightly in the artillery of his deceased mother. Refusing to let him die, she pulls the baby from the woman’due south arms and takes him in as her son. She travels to the village of Helm, where a woman, Mido, takes them in, raising them aslope her two sons, Lang and Deol. Maquia names her adopted son Ariel.

Time passes and Ariel has grown into a child. The Kingdom of Mezarte had in one case built their strength and reputation on their buying of the ancient Renato, but the Renato have started to succumb to the “Red Eye” disease, leaving them with less than ten as they brainstorm to dice out. Fearing the inevitable loss of ability and influence, the rex of Mezarte tries to merits ownership of another ancient and legendary power, the Iorph’due south longevity, leading him to endeavour to innovate Iorph blood into the royal bloodline. Through a message woven into a Hibiol Maquia finds in a store, she discovers that Leilia has been forced into an bundled wedlock with the prince of Mezarte. She travels on a ship with Ariel to endeavor to free Leilia. On the ship, she meets Krim, an Iorph. He is a friend of hers from their homeland, who was Leilia’southward former fellow and Maquia’s surreptitious crush. Krim is also seeking to gratuitous Leilia. Once in the upper-case letter of Mezarte, the two meet with a number of other Iorph, and deadfall a royal parade. Maquia briefly frees Leilia, but learns that Leilia is significant with the prince’southward kid. Maquia flees on Leilia’south orders and avoids capture with the assistance of the merchant, revealed to be half-Iorph. Krim, undeterred, resolves to go on trying to free Leilia, and leaves Maquia and Ariel behind.

Every bit more than time passes, Maquia and Ariel motility to the fe-forge city of Dorail, where Maquia works as a eatery waitress. Ariel grows to be a teenage forge worker. He becomes alienated from Maquia by the ever-decreasing difference in their apparent ages. Meanwhile, Leilia, even so in the palace, is a prisoner of the royals. She has been bandage bated because her daughter Medmel shows no signs of being an Iorph. She has non been able to meet Medmel ever since her birth, leaving her in despair. One 24-hour interval, Ariel and Maquia happen to meet Lang, now a soldier in Mezarte’south regular army. Their meeting pushes Ariel and Maquia farther apart, allowing Ariel to join the army of Mezarte. Moments after he leaves, Maquia is kidnapped by Krim.

Approximately ten years afterward, Ariel has returned to the capital and married Dita, a girl he knew in Helm. She is pregnant with their first child. Meanwhile, Krim has gathered the support of the surrounding nations to invade and overthrow Mezarte. He takes a nonetheless-captive Maquia with him, trying to accomplish the palace in the battle. They are separated in a forest outside the majuscule, and later on a cursory encounter with Ariel, Maquia goes to the boondocks and finds Dita in labor. She helps evangelize the infant, while Ariel continues to fight and is wounded in the battle. Maquia finds Ariel and they share a heartfelt conversation before she offers him an emotional goodbye, and then she heads to the palace. Elsewhere, after finally finding Leilia in the palace and being rejected in favor of Medmel, Krim tries to kill both her and himself, just Krim is ambushed and killed by the chief of the guards. Equally the boxing ends with Mezarte’south loss, Ariel returns home and meets his newborn daughter. Maquia takes the last living Renato and flies away with Leilia, who manages to reunite briefly with Medmel before parting.

Many years later, Maquia returns to the hamlet of Helm one time again with the half-Iorph merchant, finding Ariel as an old human being on his deathbed, and holds his mitt as he dies. Leaving their habitation, she shoulders the hurting of her loss, crying as she remembers the moments of her life she spent with him. Maquia rejoins the merchant and continues on the route, remarking to herself, despite the profound pain of loss, that loving her son brought her happiness.

A post-credit epitome shows the Iorph village beingness reinhabited over again by the surviving Iorph and their descendants, along with the last Renato.[13]

Phonation cast

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Character Japanese English[xi]
Maquia[14] Manaka Iwami Xanthe Huynh
Ariel[14] Miyu Irino
Yuki Sakurai
(childhood)

Taichi Iwakawa
(infant)
Eddy Lee
Ryan Shanahan
(teen)

Barnaby Lafayette
(kid)
Leilia[fourteen] Ai Kayano Cherami Leigh
Krim[fourteen] Yūki Kaji Kevin T. Collins
Racine[14] Miyuki Sawashiro Lipica Shah
Lang[15] Yoshimasa Hosoya
Xu Bin
(young)
Michael Schneider
Spencer Rosen
(young)
Mido[15] Rina Satō Allegra Clark
Tita (Dita)[eleven]
[xv]
Yōko Hikasa
Yuki Kurimoto
(young)
Ryan Bartley
Catie Harvey
(young)
Medmel[15] Misaki Kuno Brooklyn Nelson
Courtney Chu
(young)
Izor[fifteen] Tomokazu Sugita Marc Thompson
Darel (Deol)[eleven]
[15]
Shunsuke Sakuya[i]

Junnosuke Shishido
(young)
H.D. Quinn
Micah Gursoy
(young)
Barrou Hiroaki Hirata[1] Daniel J. Edwards

Music

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The film’s score was equanimous and arranged by Kenji Kawai.[1]
The film’s ending vocal, “Viator (ウィアートル)”, was composed, bundled and performed past Rionos, with lyrics provided past Riya. The soundtrack was released past Bandai Visual on Feb 24, 2018.

Tracks[16]
No. Championship Length
1. “Iorph, the Clan of the Separated (イオルフ、別れの一族)” 2:06
2. “Wings of Extinction (滅びの羽音)” four:55
3. “Encounter with the Separated (別れとの出会い)” 1:36
4. “Motherly Days (母になる日々)” four:36
5. “Parting Emotions (別れの実感)” v:07
6. “Unexpected Reunion (予期せぬ再会)” 1:36
seven. “Lurking in the Celebration Parade (祝賀パレードに潜む)” i:49
eight. “Daily Reality (日々の現実)” 2:18
9. “Workers’ Banquet (労働者の宴)” 1:37
10. “Loneliness Leading To Perdition (滅びへと向かう孤独)” 2:59
eleven. “Mixed Affection (愛情の交錯)” two:35
12. “Separation (別離)” 2:30
13. “Vengeance and Madness (復讐と狂気)” ane:27
14. “Prelude to Devastation (滅びへの序章)” i:49
15. “The Madness of the Clan of the Separated (別れの一族とその狂気)” ane:31
16. “Life and Life (生命と生命)” 3:41
17. “Mother and Child (母と子)” 5:30
18. “Fly to the Sky (大空に飛び立つ)” 3:32
xix. “Grateful and Prepared (感謝と覚悟)” 2:22
20. “Promised Flowers (約束の花)” iii:eighteen
21. “Viator (ウィアートル)” iv:47
Total length: 61:41

Reception

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Box office

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The film grossed $160,988 in N America in Nov 2018.[17]
It grossed $iv.iii million worldwide, including $one.two million in Japan and $2.v one thousand thousand in China in March 2019.[two]

Critical response

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Makoto Shinkai, director of
Your Name, called
Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms
a “fantastic film that can milkshake upward memories inside you that you normally forget.”[18]

The film received 100% rating based on 27 reviews, with an average rating of 7.8/10 on Rotten Tomatoes. It said, “Maquia: When the Promised Blossom Blooms
anchors its colorfully imaginative fantasy setting in universal — and deeply poignant — real-world themes.”[19]
Metacritic reports a weighted boilerplate score of 72 out of 100 based on viii critics, indicating “generally favorable reviews”.[20]

Miranda Sanchez, for IGN, gave the moving picture a 8.5 out of 10 and wrote that it was “a cute story about motherhood, aging, and loss”.[21]

Awards and nominations

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Listing of awards and nominations
Year Award Category Recipient(s) Result Ref.
2018 12th Asia Pacific Screen Awards Best Blithe Feature Film Maquia: When the Promised Bloom Blooms Nominated [22]
21st Shanghai International Film Festival All-time Animation Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms Won [23]
22nd Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival BIFAN Children’s Jury Award Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms Won [24]
51st Sitges Catalonia International Fantastic Film Festival Fantastic Discovery Category Best Feature Film Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms Won [25]
5th Anime Trending Awards Anime Picture of the Year Maquia: When the Promised Blossom Blooms Won [26]

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External links

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Sumber: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maquia:_When_the_Promised_Flower_Blooms

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