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Hanasaku Iroha Film Sequel Debuts 2012

May 21, 2012 @ 5:46 CDT

Hanasaku Iroha’s upcoming sequel entitled “Home Sweet Home” will be a film, and it shall debut this year – no further information is available for the time being, yet the series’ fourth manga volume has confirmed as much.

With no other details as of now, one can do no more than speculate – for one, a few will find disbelief in that “Home Sweet Home” is a film versus an OVA, or a second season of the TV series. Being a film however, arrival of several obvious and generic questions ensues – the greatest of which being what the movie will entitle. This will be the first time P.A. Works makes a film based off a series they’ve produced – and this means a two hour or so escapade of “festing it up”, and all other manner of memorable Ohana antics.

The film could take the route of foundations laid, but never developed, in the TV series – such as the inheritance of the inn. No matter, we’ll merely have to wait and see what spectacle on the so-called “big screen” that our main character cast of highschool girls will experience.

8 Comments

  • skylion says:

    Oh, I like this news. Hopefully a nano.RIPE tune or two out of the deal?

    • Seven says:

      You sure like nano.RIPE.

      • skylion says:

        From the very first note sang in the first OP…..I hated them. Thought it was the worst OP ever made, musically speaking.
        Then they just grew on me. I enjoy it when life tosses me a curve ball like that. So yes, more nano.RIPE. Take my money.

        • Seven says:

          The only specific music groups that I like, and come to mind when thinking of anime music, are Eufonius and Ali Project.

  • Anonymous says:

    No more Kishida Mel? The promotional artworks are done by someone else…

  • Dusk252 says:

    Well, it may not be the best thing ever, but Hanasaku Iroha’s art was gorgeous so I’m actually happy that this will be a movie rather than a TV series. At least it gives them more room to work with the best part of the series.

    • Seven says:

      I never particularly liked Hanasaku Iroha – I can recognize that it is well-done in many respects, yet it is not of my tastes. Although being from P.A. Works, the film is also bound to be quite good as well.

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