Miyo Sasaki is in love with her classmate Kento Hinode and tries repeatedly to get Kento's attention by transforming into a cat, but at some point, the boundary between herself and the cat becomes ambiguous.

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Mari Okada
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Credited cast:
Mirai Shida ... Miyo Sasaki (voice)
Natsuki Hanae ... Kento Hinode (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Johnny Yong Bosch ... Kento Hinode (voice)
Bob Buchholz ... Kusunoki (voice)
Kira Buckland Kira Buckland ... Mizoguchi / Sachiko (voice)
Reba Buhr ... Miki (voice)
Griffin Burns ... Isami / Utsumi / Yasuhara (voice)
Susumu Chiba ... Yoji Sasaki (voice)
Todd Haberkorn ... Yoji / Motomiya (voice)
Erika Harlacher ... Yoriko (voice)
Ayako Kawasumi ... Kaoru Mizutani (voice)
Rina Kitagawa Rina Kitagawa ... Yumi Hinode (voice)
Eri Kitamura Eri Kitamura ... Kinako (voice)
Motomu Kiyokawa Motomu Kiyokawa ... Kenzo Hinode (voice)
Minako Kotobuki ... Yoriko Fukase (voice)
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Miyo Sasaki is a weird second-year junior high student, who falls in love with her classmate Kento Hinode. Muge tries to make Kento notice her every day, but all in vain. Nevertheless, while carrying a secret she can tell no one, Muge continues to pursue Kento. Muge discovers a magic mask that allows her to transform into a cat, however, there is also a probability that she might never become human again, if she continues using the mask. Written by Scientiiaa

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It was originally meant to premier at the cinema in Japan and the USA but because of the Corona virus outbreak it was picked up by Netflix instead and premiered worldwide on Netflix. See more »

Crazy Credits

At the beginning of the credits are a few extra scenes, presumably after the events of the movie. See more »


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Hana ni Bourei
by Yorushika
Written by n-buna
Performed by suis
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Cats and love, it's all that I need
7 July 2020 | by MarcoParzivalRochaSee all my reviews

Muge, a young woman with an unrequited love, decides to become a cat, so that she can get closer to her beloved. The narrative is nothing extraordinary, but it manages to capture the viewer attention, with a good pace, and a well-built connection between characters. The narrative's main themes are more than known to the public, such as teen love and friendship, but also depression and insecurity, subtly, and successfully achieved. The animation itself surprised me in a positive way, with rich and detailed backgrounds, nice colors and two or three interesting moments. Some transitions are a little strange, but it's all good.


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Official Sites:

Official site [Japan]

Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

18 June 2020 (USA) See more »

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A Whisker Away See more »

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1.85 : 1
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