The Tunnel to Summer, The Exit of Goodbyes made its international premiere at the 2023 Annecy International Animation Film Festival to critical acclaim. This mysterious fantasy romance anime film with the most enigmatic title even won the Paul Grimault Award at that festival. So it’s not that much of a surprise that it’s heading to NA theaters nationwide. All thanks to HIDIVE instead of Crunchyroll, for a change. Don’t believe me? Then why not watch HIDIVE’s English dub trailer for this anime film below, and finally find out what this anime film is about for yourself?

The Tunnel to Summer, the Exit of Goodbyes: Details

And yet despite this trailer, the story is still mysterious.

HIDIVE and IFC Films are proud to announce that they are bringing The Tunnel to Summer, the Exit of Goodbyes to NA theaters at long last with that English dub trailer above on YouTube. When will this be, you might ask? Apparently, this anime film from studio CLAP and director Tomohisa Taguchi will release in NA theaters on November 3, 2023. Not only that, but starting on tomorrow on October 10, 2023; you can purchase tickets in advance on the anime film‘s official website.

However, if you don’t want to wait that long to see this anime film, then there is another way. The Tunnel to Summer, the Exit of Goodbyes will also make an early premiere on Thursday, October 12, 2023 at 7:30 PM (ET) at NYCC 2023. The anime film will be screening in Room 405 at the Javits Center, so if you’re already attending NYCC, then perhaps you might want to give this anime film a shot?

Bonus: English Dub Cast

The Tunnel to Summer, the Exit of Goodbyes NA key visual.
Amazing how very little of the promotional material tells you anything about the story other than the romance part.

That’s not all, folks! HIDIVE also has a full list of English dub voice cast for The Tunnel to Summer, the Exit of Goodbyes. You can that out below:

  • Main Cast:
    • Gabriel Regojo as Karou
    • Patricia Duran as Anzu
    • Chaney Moore as Young Karou
    • John Gremillion as Karou’s Father
    • Anna Austin as Karen
    • Scott Gibbs as Kaga
    • Maggie Flecknoe as Kawasaki
    • Kyle Colby Jones as Kii
    • Shannon Emerick as Anzu’s Assistant
    • Nathan Wilson as Anzu’s Editor
    • Shelley Calene-Black as Hamamoto
  • Additional Voices:
    • Kara Greenberg, Joe Daniels, Josh Swasey, Cole Feuchter, Nathan Wilson, Raven Troup, Elissa Cuellar, Sophie Marcel, Olivia Swasey, Dominique Meyer, Alyssa Marek, Shannon Emerick

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