Look Back Anime Film Unveiled Its First Trailer And Key Visual

The trailer features the film’s theme song, “Light Song,” sung by urara and composed by Haruka Nakamura.

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The official website of Look Back anime movie, based on Chainsaw Man author Tatsuki Fujimoto’s one-shot manga of the same, revealed its first proper trailer and key visual, where fans get to take a look at the first glimpse of what the film would look like when it comes out on the big screen in Japan on June 28!

The trailer shows Fujino being told by her classmates that she can be a manga artist in the future, and then her encounter with her truant classmate Kyomoto, and how they start drawing together.

It also features the film’s theme song, “Light Song,” sung by urara and composed by Haruka Nakamura.

(Look Back anime film 1st trailer)

(Look Back anime film key visual)

The staff and cast details of Look Back anime film are as follows:

<Staff members>

  • Director: Kiyotaka Oshiyama
  • Screenplay: Kiyotaka Oshiyama
  • Music: haruka nakamura
  • Original creator: Tatsuki Fujimoto
  • Character Design: Kiyotaka Oshiyama
  • Art Director: Kiyoshi Sameshima
  • Sound Director: Eriko Kimura
  • Director of Photography: Kazuto Izumita
  • Assistant Art Director: Takashi Omori, Yoshio Harisaki
  • Color design: Maya Kusumoto
  • Editing: Kiyoshi Hirose
  • Theme Song Composition: haruka nakamura (ED)
  • Theme Song Performance: Urara (ED)
  • Animation Production: Studio Durian

<Cast members>

  • Mizuki Yoshida as Kyōmoto
  • Yūmi Kawai as Fujino

About Look Back:

Look Back is a Japanese one-shot web manga written and illustrated by Tatsuki Fujimoto. It was published on Shueisha’s Shōnen Jump+ in July 2021.

The anime film adaptation was first announced on Feb 13, 2024. 

Viz Media publishes the English version of the Look Back manga and describes it as:

The overly confident Fujino and the shut-in Kyomoto couldn’t be more different, but a love of drawing manga brings these two small-town girls together. A poignant story of growing up and moving forward that only Tatsuki Fujimoto, the creator of Chainsaw Man, could have crafted.

Source: Official Site