'The First Slam Dunk' regains second place → 'The Devil Deal' drops to third place.
Source : Movie poster
[The Fact｜Reporter Park Ji-yoon] Shinkai Makoto's new movie 'Suzume's Lockdown' continues the Japanese animation craze.
According to the general computer network of the Film Promotion Committee on the morning of the 9th, the movie 'Suzume's Lockdown' (directed by Makoto Shinkai) which was released the previous day has gathered 143,489 viewers and topped the box office.
This is the record surpassing the opening score of 138,028 of the movie 'Your Name.'
In addition, 'The First Slam Dunk' (directed by Takehiko Inoue), the film that created the Japanese animation craze in cinemas, attracted 62,090 viewers, and 'Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train' (directed by Haruo Sotozaki) attracted 64,955 viewers, showing a significantly higher record.
The movie depicts the story of Suzume, a girl who accidentally opens the door to disaster, and desperately closes it to prevent disaster from happening in many parts of Japan.
Suzume's Lockdown is considered a work that synthesizes the worldview of director Makoto Shinkai, conquering the audience with beautiful landscapes from all over Japan, including Kyushu, Shikoku, Kobe and Tokyo, as well as characters carrying characters to a heartwarming message of courage.
Meanwhile, 'The First Slam Dunk' ranked 2nd with 24,866 votes, 'The Devil Deal' ranked 3rd with 20,913 votes and 'Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train' ranked 4th with 13,319 votes.