Mirai no Mirai


Japan / 2018 / Japanese with Spanish and English subtitles / 98

  • Director 

    Mamoru Hosoda

  • Producer: 

    Yuichiro Saito, Takuya Ito, Yuichi Adachi, Genki Kawamura


    Mamoru Hosoda

  • Photography: 



  • Mar 7 - 19:00 Plaza de la Proclamación

  • Mar 8 - 13:00 Cine Colombia (Caribe Plaza) 5

  • Mar 10 - 12:30 Cine Colombia (Plaza Bocagrande) 1


Kun eagerly awaits the arrival of his newborn sister, but it is not long before his initial curiosity turns to jealousy and aggression. After four years being the center of attention, he has been dethroned and it is not an easy turn of events to accept. The tantrums come to an end when he discovers the gateway to a magical world in the garden of his modern Japanese home. Here, the past and present merge and he is able to have amazing adventures with different members of his family when they were much younger. And so Kun comes to assume his role as an older brother and realizes that we were all the apple of our parents’ eye at some point in time. The master of animation, Mamoru Hosoda, has always been interested in the subject of family. On this occasion, he scrapes away at childhood emotions to reveal those universal feelings we’ve all experienced, no matter when or where we grew up, and that moment of discovery we’ve all had that marked our lives for good. A formidable, sensitively executed anime.


Jean-Félix Dealberto jeanfelix@charades.eu


Mamoru Hosoda

Mamoru Hosoda

He has directed the shorts film, Digimon Adventure (1999) and Digimon Adventure: Our War Game!!! (2000) and the feature film The Girl Who Leapt Through Time (2006). In 2009, he directed his first original work: Summer Wars. In 2011, with the producer Yuichiro Saito, he created Studio Chizu and produce Wolf Children (2012) and The Boy & The Beast(2015).