NINOKUNI (Video Release Singapore 2020)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.8|5.0 Starsììì

NiNoKuni talks about parallel universes and how one universe affects the other universe. This good concept needs more screen time to make that idea work well. The film is complicated with many twists and turns. The story requires total involvement. It provides interesting intellectual interaction as one becomes introduced to the way the main characters relate to parallel universes. Not a movie for the times when one just wants background noise.

Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia


Two friends travel between two worlds that are similar, but different, to help their mutual friend.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Yoshiyuki Momose for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Akihiro Hino and Hiroyoshi Koiwai for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Yû (Voice of Kento Yamazaki), Young Haru (Voice of Tucker Chandler), Bauer Linden (Voice of Ray Chase), Black Hooded Man (Voice of Greg Chun), Gnauss Wisden (Voice of Robbie Daymond), Old Man (Voice of John DeMita), David Errigo, Jr., Zeelok (Voice of Tom Fahn), Dorah Fine, Brian Hanford, Miki Midorikawa (Voice of Erika Harlacher),  Pub Patron (Voice of Kyle Hebert), Janice Kawaye, Evermore Knight (Voice of Wendee Lee), and Saki Mishima/Bertha (Voice of Erica Lindbeck).


Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

 Maybe. The film is thought provoking.

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 Ben Meyers

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