“I’m sitting here thinking of all the things I wanted to apologize to you for. All the pain we caused each other. Everything I put on you. Everything I needed you to be or needed you to say. I’m sorry for that. I’ll always love you because we grew up together. You helped make me who I am. I just wanted you to know, there will be a piece of you in me always. And I’m grateful for that. Whatever someone you become and wherever you are in the world, I’m sending you love. You’re my friend to the end.”
Kyoukai no Kanata: I’ll Be Here “Future arc” BD/DVD solicited
Today, Kyoto Animation and the “Beyond the Boundary” production committee solicited the second of the two Kyoukai no Kanata: I’ll Be Here films. It will be released on October 7 on both Blu-ray and DVD formats for 7,992 yen/7,128 yen respectively.
The sets come with the film on one disc in a special 3-sided case housing a newly drawn digipak with the disc. Also included in the case is an all color booklet, 2 newly drawn large postcards, and a recording script used by director Taichi Ishidate. On the disc itself are stage greeting footage, trailers/teasers/commercials, special audio designed for the DTS Headphone X, staff and cast audio commentary, and Japanese subtitles. English subtitles are not included.
The first of the two films, “Past arc” (the recap film) was released in theatres starting on March 14th. It was/will not be sold outside of theatre sales, so if you want one, bid on auctions.
Although I was made to feel like shit earlier, for “not having my life together.” This is the reason I live right here. I got some music back from my scorer apolllonia and this is a rough cut of the intro for my next short. I’m even more excited now, music is a big deal for me in films, and being I found someone so talented it’s one less thing I have to worry about. No dad I’m not making money from my films but goddamn this is why I put on this earth. If I have to stop directing/writing/filmmaking in anyway I really feel ill be more miserable than I am now..
“For me, the first film was closest to what I saw in my head, especially Rosalie and Esme’s characters. Each film after that moved a little farther away each time until the characters in the last film, Rose especially, seemed to be completely rewritten.”