Anime Film Human Lost Additional Voice Cast Revealed, New Trailer Released

25.May.2019 | ANIME&GAME / MOVIE

Human Lost is an upcoming animated film adaptation of Japanese novelist Osamu Dazai’s 1948 novel Ningen Shikkaku (No Longer Human). It is set for worldwide release in 2019, which would mark Dazai’s 110th birthday were he alive today.

 

A new trailer has been released showcasing the characters Madam and Tsuneko.

 

Madam & Tsuneko Character Trailer

 

Madam is voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro, the owner of the bar Melos, while Haruka Chisuga voices Tsuneko, a hostess at the bar.

Miyuki Sawashiro has lent her voice to such characters as Fujiko Mine from Lupin the Third, Sinon from Sword Art Online and Suruga Kanbaru from the Monogatari series.

Haruka Chisuga is a singer and voice actress. She is known for having won the Miss Macross 30th contest which was held to celebrate the singing idol and mecha series Super Dimension Fortress Macross.

 

The official Human Lost Twitter page is also now running a retweet campaign in Japan in which fans can receive a signed paper set featuring lines from either character. Details in the Information section below.

Miyuki Sawashiro (Madam) Q&A

Q. Tell us your thoughts on your character Madam.

“Her role is to watch [protagonist Yoko] Oba closely, to watch him intently with her heart so she doesn’t overlook anything. That’s the kind of woman I found her to be.”

 

Q. Please leave a comment for all fans who are looking forward to seeing the film.

“The style of the script is different from usual. We had prescoring, and the content [of the film] is nothing short of challenging. My memories of it make me feel weak at the knees […] and it’s because of that that I’m very much looking forward to the finished piece. Whether it’s one person or a lot of people, I hope we can all witness the moment that this mysterious… “thing” is born.

Haruka Chisuga (Tsuneko) Q&A

Q. Tell us your thoughts on your character Madam.

“Tsuneko was always thinking of attracting the interest of Oba, but I think there’s an air of despair there somewhere. One thing that I have been thinking about since we finished the dubbing is, ‘In this world where you have been promised sound health forever, what on earth is on Tsuneko’s mind?'”

 

Q. Please leave a comment for all fans who are looking forward to seeing the film.

“Human Lost is dark and heavy. When I came into contact with this work I felt that feeling of speed you get in sci-fi entertainment. It’s a very strange feeling. I’m also very much looking forward to experiencing this entirely new film in the cinema. Definitely go and see yourselves too!”

 

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