Makoto Shinkai wrote and directed the 2023 Japanese animated adventure film Suzume. It stars Nanoka Hara as Suzume, a 17-year-old girl who embarks on a quest to close a series of strange doors that are causing tragedies throughout Japan.

Genre - Animated

Release - 11 November 2022 JApan

Director - Makoto Sinkai

Art Director - Takumi Tanji

Budget - 10 Crore USD

Box office - 32  Crore USD

Runtime - 2h 2mint




Nanoka Hara

Hakuto Matsumra

Kana Hanazawa

Ryonushuke Hyonuoi


Suzume begins the film in a little town in Kyushu. She is still in mourning for her mother, who died in a storm ten years ago. She meets a young man looking for a door one day while riding her bike to school. Suzume understands what he means and proposes that he visit an abandoned resort nearby.
Suzume returns to the resort the next day and discovers the door. When she opens it, she finds herself in a strange, star-lit scene. She, however, is unable to cross over to it. When she shuts the door, she notices that a break in the sky has appeared.

Suzume realises the door is a portal to another dimension, and that opening it has unleashed chaos. She embarks on a trip to find all of the doors and close them before they do further damage.
Suzume meets a variety of characters along the road, including a mysterious young guy named Hodaka, who assists her in her quest. She also discovers more about her own past and her relationship to the doors.

Suzume is eventually able to seal all of the doors and prevent the tragedies from occurring. She also reconciles with her past and discovers a new sense of purpose in life.
The film has received critical acclaim for its magnificent graphics, poignant plot, and exploration of themes of grief, loss, and hope. It was a commercial triumph, generating more than $100 million globally.

Suzume is distinguished by the following characteristics:
The picture is set in post-disaster Japan, which is a welcome contrast from the usual fantasy or sci-fi settings of many animated films.

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