Already a hit in Japan, Sing A Bit of Harmony looks to strike a chord with audiences in the U.S., as well. Don't be fooled by the title, this anime movie is about more than just songs that will get stuck in your head. Find out more by listening to my conversation with Ian Sinclair (Gotchan) and Jordan Dash Cruz (Toma) about this surprising film.
Press play to hear the interview from Episode 402 of our podcast:
Hear about the upcoming U.S. release of Sign A Bit Of Harmony. Find out why the movie is about way more than just the music, the bonds of friendship, some of the crazy characters and so much more. Plus, find out if the guys were prepared to sing or not! SING A BIT OF HARMONY IS AVAILABLE IN THEATERS STARTING ON JANUARY 23RD!
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About Sing A Bit of Harmony: "Sing a Bit of Harmony tells the story of the beautiful and mysterious Shion (Tao Tsuchiya/Megan Shipman) who transfers to Keibu High School where she quickly becomes popular for her open-hearted personality and exceptional athletic talent... but she turns out to be an AI (artificial intelligence) in the testing phase! Shion's goal is to bring chronic loner Satomi (Haruka Fukuhara/Risa Me) “happiness.” But her strategy is something no human would expect: she serenades Satomi in the middle of the classroom. After finding out that Shion is an AI, Satomi and her childhood friend, engineering geek Toma (Asuka Kudo/Jordan Dash Cruz), steadily warm up to the new student. Along with the popular and attractive Gotchan (Kazuyuki Okitsu/Ian Sinclair), the strong-willed Aya (Mikako Komatsu/Alexis Tipton), and judo club member "Thunder" (Satoshi Hino/Kamen Casey), they become more and more moved by Shion's singing voice and earnestness even as her antics bewilder them. But what Shion does for Satomi's sake ends up involving them all in some serious pandemonium… Get ready for the heartwarming story of a not quite market-ready AI and her classmates!"
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