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Love Me, Love Me Not Anime Film To Get Released On Blu-ray And DVD

Completing the shoujo manga series by Io Sakisaka, Love Me, Love Me Not, was the last installment of her Youth Trilogy.

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Followed by Strobe Edge and Ao Haru Ride, Love Me, Love Me Not was well-received among the fans, as the story followed four high school students, each having a different perspective on love.

The manga received a theatrical anime adaptation by TOHO, which was animated by A-1 Pictures. The anime feature film, which was originally scheduled for May 2020, got delayed due to the pandemic and was released on September 18.

The Blu-Ray and DVD of the anime film, Love Me, Love Me Not will be releasing in Japan on April 7, 2021.

Anime movie “Thoughts, thoughts, pretensions, touches” Blu-ray & DVD will be released on April 7, 2021 🌸

The limited-edition includes a lot of luxurious benefits such as a special video of the charm of “Furifura”! ️

The contents of the original benefits for each store have also been lifted 🎶 Please check the official website for details.

#Furifura #Furifura Anime

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The official website announced that the Blu-Ray and DVD would be sold in two different versions, Limited Edition and Normal Version.

The Normal version will come strapped with an A4 clear file and a three-sided box illustration drawn by Io Sakisaka.

Limited Edition will contain, in addition to the contents of the Normal version, a bonus disc with a couple of special news and the first two full-scale public specials of “Furifura,” along with a special MV of “Gravity” by BUMP OF CHICKEN.

On buying the limited-edition Blu-Ray and DVD, fans can also get their hands on:

  • Character design Digi Jacket drawn by Yu Yamashita
  • Reduced print pamphlet
  • Animation original picture & setting collection
  • All-Member Assembly Postcard of Youth Trilogy by Io Sakisaka
  • A special group Photocard of Yuna, Akari, Rio and Kazuomi

Besides the anime feature film, Love Me, Love Me Not also received a live-action movie adaptation, which premiered on August 14, 2020.

The live-action film was applauded for its attention to detail that brought out the feelings and pain of each character in this heart-wrenching romance.

Love Me, Love Me Not Anime Film to Get Released on Blu-ray and DVD
Love Me Love Me Not | Source: Crunchyroll

The story follows four high school friends, Yuna, Akari, Rio and Kazuomi, who gets tangled in a messy and complicated love square, at the mercy of their various family circumstances.

Bind together by their desires and love, we witness a moving tale of romantic feelings, conflict and courage to lift each other’s agony. 

About Love Me, Love Me Not

Love Me, Love Me Not is a manga by Io Sakisaka that began serialization in Shueisha’s Bessatsu Margaret from June 13, 2015. The manga concluded with 12 compiled volumes on May 13, 2019.

The story revolves around Yuna Ichihara, who is about to enter her first year of high school and doesn’t want to be separated from her best friend Sacchan, who is moving away.

One day on her way to the train station, she gets stopped by a random girl who asks her for money to pay her train fare. The girl gives Yuna her bracelet as a promise to pay her back tomorrow.

The girl reveals herself to be Akari and returns Yuna her money. They head home together only to find out that they live in the same apartment building and become friends.

However, they soon find out Yuna may be in love with Akari’s brother and Akari in love with Yuna’s childhood friend.

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