Human Lost, an anime feature loosely inspired by renowned Japanese author Dazai Osamu’s No Longer Human, has released its main visual and trailer.
The movie is supervised by Motohiro Katsuyuki and directed by Kizaki Fuminori with a script by Ubukata Tow. Polygon Pictures will produce.
Set in the Tokyo of Showa 111 (2036), where humans have conquered death through a medical revolution, the film follows a young man named Oba Youzou who lives a life consumed by drugs.
Following its Tokyo International Film Festival premiere on Oct. 28, Human Lost will open in cinemas across Japan from Nov. 29.
(C) 2019 HUMAN LOST Project
Adapted with permission from Anime!Anime!