To Every You I’ve Loved Before and To Me, The One Who Loved You Insert Songs Previewed in New Videos

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New promotional videos have been released for the To Every You I’ve Loved Before (Boku ga Aishita Subete no Kimi e) and To Me, The One Who Loved You (Kimi wo Aishita Hitori no Boku e) anime movies, with the videos featuring their respective insert songs “Rakka Ryuusui” and “Summer Daydream.”

The two romance movies are both set to premiere in Japan on October 7. They are based on the 2016 Hayakawa Publishing-published novels written by Yomoji Otono and illustrated by shimano and involve the concept of parallel worlds. Seven Seas Entertainment has licensed both novels and says that they “can be read in either order to complement each other.”

To Every You I’ve Loved Before follows Koyomi Takasaki, a high school student who lives with his mother following his parents’ divorce. One day, his classmate Kazune Takigawa tells him that she had travelled to this world from the 85th parallel world, where the two are lovers. On the other hand, To Me, The One Who Loved You follows Koyomi Hidaka and Shiori Sato, both children of divorced parents, who meet and fall in love. When they discover that Koyomi’s father is remarrying with Shiori’s mother, they decide to elope to a parallel world and avoid the fate of becoming siblings.

To Every You I’ve Loved Before is directed by Atsushi Matsumoto (InfiniT Force Movie: Gatchaman – Saraba Tomo yoNight Raid 1931) and produced by BAKKEN RECORD, while To Me, The One Who Loved You is directed by Kenichi Kasai (Amanchu!Nodame Cantabile) with TMS Entertainment as the animation production company. Both films are written by Riko Sakaguchi (Mary and The Witch’s Flower co-scriptwriter).

Source: Toei Eiga Channel

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