The 2001 American film will play in theaters across Japan starting November 23
Kodoani.com – Fans are happy to know that Ghost World, the popular film based on the manga by Daniel Clowes, will return to cinemas in Japan after 22 years, allowing contemporary audiences to rediscover this masterpiece. In particular, manga artist Atsushi Kaneko, a talented artist, put his name to this project through the creation of a new poster.
With enthusiasm and technique, Kaneko has created a unique and colorful work, inspired by the original Ghost World. In this way, he created a great link between the world of comics and cinematic art.
Ghost World is on the list of masterpieces, not only as the original comic book series but also as a profound and stylish film adaptation. With the happiness of participating in this project, Atsushi Kaneko paid special attention to preserving the spirit and values of the original work, while creating a new and stylish experience for the audience.
The re-release event will begin in Japan on November 23, giving audiences a chance to immerse themselves in the atmosphere of a 1990s suburban town and witness the unique story of Enid and Rebecca. For audiences in North America, Ghost World will also be available on multiple streaming services, giving them the opportunity to enjoy again or discover this exquisite picture for the first time.