I want to eat your pancreas | 君の膵臓を食べたい Animezing!

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I want to eat your pancreas / 君の膵臓を食べたい - Trailer #2 from Aniplex of America on YouTube.

A theatrical feature length animation of SUMINO Yoru's identically titled best-selling novel which has also been adapted as a live-action film.

I want to eat your pancreas begins with an unnamed protagonist who is completely detached from the world around him. He is convinced that nobody has any interest in him either. He goes about his days listlessly until he stumbles upon a mysterious book titled "Living with Dying." He discovers that it belongs to his popular classmate Yamauchi Sakura.

After confronting her, Sakura tells him a secret nobody besides her family knows: she is suffering from a pancreatic disease and her remaining time is running out. He's unsympathetic at first but he slowly finds himself drawn to Sakura's determination to enjoy each day until her last...

Starring TAKASUGI Mahiro, Lynn, FUJII Yukiyo

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ABOUT THE VOICE ACTOR

Lynn is an up-and-coming voice actor who debuted in 2010. Her unique stage name is due to the fact she is of mixed American and Japanese heritage. As a high school student in Niigata Prefecture, it was a dream of hers to attend the Japan Narration Acting Institute in Tokyo. She eventually enrolled and underwent voice acting training for roles in Japanese dubs of foreign media and background characters in anime. Her other recent notable projects include Sabagebu! (2014), Bungo Stray Dogs (2016), A Place Further than the Universe (2018), Dr. Stone (2019), and The Promised Neverland (2019).

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