Netflix continue betting on the anime and adding new products of that genre to its catalog every week. This Thursday, July 22, the movie ‘Words that bubble like soda‘and promises to sweep the platform.
“After meeting on a wonderful sunny day, a shy boy who communicates with haikus and a cheerful but insecure girl enjoy a short and magical summer together,” says the official synopsis of the film that opens this Thursday
The film has several well-known names within the Japanese animation. The film is directed by Kyohei Ishiguro and the script was written by Dai Satou. While the music is in charge of Kensuke Ushio and the character design was done by Yukiko Aikyou.
Kyouhei Ishiguro is recognized for having directed the acclaimed ‘Your lie in April’, as well as some chapters of ‘Fairy Tail’. As for the screenwriter, Dai Satou, he is known for having written ‘Ergo Proxy’, some episodes of ‘Cowboy Bebop’ and the future ‘Doraemon: Nobita’s Little Star Wars 2021’.
‘Words that bubble like soda‘arrives this Thursday at Netflix and promises to sweep the streaming service’s anime fan subscribers.