Japan Sinks: 2020 | Official Trailer | Netflix

An ordinary family is put to the test as a series of massive earthquakes throw Japan into total mayhem. From director Masaaki Yuasa (Devilman Crybaby), the first anime adaptation of the bestselling science fiction novel by Sakyo Komatsu, Japan Sinks: 2020 premieres July 9th only on Netflix.

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Japan Sinks: 2020 | Official Trailer | Netflix

22 replies
  1. TinTin
    TinTin says:

    I wish the writers didn't rely on the fantastic soundtrack and the viewers own feeling to fill the show with life.
    It's like 90% of the time the characters just act in a certain way to propell the story to the next big plot point (which are just deaths that never have any real consequences). There is rarely time for emotions and the characters just seem like soulless slaughter cattle because the series treats them exactly like that. How can I actually care about anyone in this story like that?

    The visuals are sweet, the voice acting is nice, the music is fantastic but I don't get this kind of "50% serious 50% complete joke" kind of show. It just doesn't fit this scenario at all.

  2. Kampanerong Kuba
    Kampanerong Kuba says:

    What i love in this movie aside from tear jerking moments is that the children are half Filipinos and the mother is a Filipino. 🙂 It makes me relate more with their family dramas, love and sacrifices 😀

  3. Diffusion
    Diffusion says:

    watched this anime and god a lot of emotions spawned. seeing how someone died just out of no where. the inability to mourn for them at the time. seeing the number dwindle day by day. I could go on and on of this but in the end it's truly heart breaking and a great watch. wanna feel depressed and also cherish life? better watch this then.


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