Insomaniacs After School Live-Action Movie Releases Short Clip

The film will open in Japan on June 23. 

Insomaniacs after school live action
© オジロマコト・小学館/映画「君ソム」製作委員会

On Monday, the official Twitter account for the Insomanics After School manga revealed a short clip from the live-action movie.

The clip shows Isaki, Ganta, and club adviser Kurashiki-sensei on the school rooftop watching fireworks.

The tweet also states that the scene was shot in Nanao City in the Ishikawa Prefecture during the Nanao Port Festival, where more than 2,500 fireworks were set off.

The film will open in Japan on June 23.

The cast is as follows:

  • Nana Mori as Isaki Magari
  • Daiken Okudaira as Ganta Nakami
  • Yuki Sakurai as Usako Kurashiki
  • Minori Hagiwara as Yui Shiromaru
  • Kaisei Kamimura as Tao Ukegawa
  • Seira Anzai as Kanami Anamizu
  • Rico Nagase as Motoko Kanikawa
  • Honoka Kawasaki as Mina Nono
  • Haruka Kudō as Saya Magari, Isaki’s older sister
  • Yōichirō Saitō as Isaki’s father
  • Tomoko Tabata as the mother of Isaki’s childhood friend
  • Denden as the director of a historical archive
  • MEGUMI as Isaki’s mother
  • Masato Hagiwara as Ganta’s father

Chihiro Ikeda is directing the series while United Productions in planning and producing.

Viz Media has licensed the manga and will release the second volume on June 20. It describes the manga as:

Two sleepless teenagers find kinship as they escape to their school’s astronomy observatory.

Unable to sleep at night, Ganta Nakami is cranky in class and unpopular with his classmates.

Nakami discovers that the observatory, once used by the defunct astronomy club, may be the perfect place for a nap—but he’s not alone.

Nakami and his new friend Isaki Magari find comfort in each other while coping with insomnia.

No one goes near the astronomy tower due to dark rumors about the fate of the last astronomy club members.

Nakami and his classmate Magari decide it’s their insomniacs’ sanctuary. Unfortunately, the school faculty can’t allow the unsanctioned use.

But if there were a new astronomy club…

Source: ANN