Although the December vacation is over, director Makoto Shinkai still has a lot to celebrate these days. Facts have shown that the cumulative box office of his latest film “Suzuki’s Door Lock” has exceeded 12 billion yen in Japan, surpassing Hayao Miyazaki’s “The Wind Rises” in tenth place.
One of the most successful animated films in Japanese history. As of January 9, the film has grossed over ¥12.13 billion (over $88.87 million) from over 9.13 million admissions. In addition to being the 10th most successful animated film in Japanese history, it is also the 27th most successful film in Japanese film history. This is Macoto Shinkai’s third film and the film has been listed.
The film was launched at the Japanese Theater on November 11 and arrives at the Mexican and Brazilian Theater on April 13, and will be announced by Crunchyroll on other dates in Latin American countries. According to the director, the theme of this feature film is “what happens after the end”, that is, the post-apocalyptic world.