Japanese animation company FUNimation announced on Thursday that it is releasing its first anime film in North America, dubbed NETFLIX JAPANESE DIGITAL DIGESTIVE DREAMER, in November.
The film will be the company’s first foray into North America.FUNimation describes the film as a “love story,” and it stars the character of the main character, Aiko, who, in an alternate reality, is a girl with a dream.
FUNimation’s original NETFLX JAPANSESE DUGESTIVE was a hit in Japan, and the film received a lot of critical acclaim, with many praising the story.FUNIMATION’s original anime series was a series of short stories by Yūki Horie that ran on the FUNimation network from 1995 to 1999.
The first series, NETFLUX, ran from 2003 to 2009.
The company has since expanded its programming, including NETFLAX WORLD (with a planned 10-episode series).
FUNimation also released NETFLEXIS, a 10-part anime series that ran from 2011 to 2014.FUNION announced on Friday that the film will debut in theaters on November 5.
The release date of the film is unknown at this time.