LGBTQ+ ANIME FILM “THE STRANGER BY THE SHORE” IS COMING TO FUNIMATION ON JULY 9.
Culver City, California (June 18, 2021) Funimation announced today at its Summer Season Preview event that it’s proud to present the heartwarming LGBTQ+ anime film, The Stranger by the Shore, is coming to Funimation exclusively on July 9th, dubbed in English and subbed in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
The Stranger by the Shore follows the love story of Shun Hashimoto, an aspiring novelist, and Mio Chibana, a grieving young man, who both find more than they bargained for during a time of transition. As each day passes, both young men find themselves in an ever-unique, undisturbed voyage of friendship and romance. But self-doubt, family, acceptance, and fear will challenge these young men, as nothing worth fighting for goes without taking chances.
The anime film will be dubbed by an English voice actor cast, including Josh Grelle: Shun, Justin Briner: Mio, Morgan Lauré: Eri, Bryn Apprill: Suzu, Amber Lee Connors: Sakurako, Jessica Cavanagh: Auntie, and supporting cast Steph Garrett: Young Mio, Brittney Karbowski: Mio’s Mom, Mary Morgan: Young Shun, Monica Rial: Shun’s Mom, David Wald: Shun’s Dad, Ciarán Strange️: Mimi’s Bar Employee, Brandon McInnis: Wada.
The Stranger by the Shore is based on the manga series by Kanna Kii and directed by Akiyo Ohashi, and has a running time of 59 minutes.
The Stranger by the Shorewill be available to stream on Funimation in — United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Brazil, and Mexico.
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