Modest Heroes - Kanini & Kanino - Official Trailer (2018)

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25 Sep 2019

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Modest Heroes - Kanini & Kanino - Official Trailer (2018)

Japanese: ちいさな英雄-カニとタマゴと透明人間-

Hepburn: Chīsana Eiyū: Kani to Tamago to Tōmei Ningen

Directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi, Yoshiyuki Momose, Akihiko Yamashita

Produced by Yoshiaki Nishimura

Music by Takatsugu Muramatsu, Masanori Shimada, Yasutaka Nakata

Production company: Studio Ponoc

Distributed by Toho

Release date: August 24, 2018 (Japan)

Running time: 44 minutes

Country: Japan

Language: Japanese



Modest Heroes (Japanese: ちいさな英雄-カニとタマゴと透明人間- Hepburn: Chīsana Eiyū: Kani to Tamago to Tōmei Ningen) is a three-part Japanese anime anthology film produced by Studio Ponoc. The film is the first volume in the studio's Ponoc Short Films Theatre anthology, and includes segments directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi, Yoshiyuki Momose, and Akihiko Yamashita.



Studio Ponoc announced on March 27, 2018 that it would be launching a new project called the Ponoc Short Films Theatre (ポノック短編劇場 Ponokku Tanpen Gekijō), an anthology of anime short films divided into volumes based on their themes. They announced that the first volume would be titled Modest Heroes, and would consist of three short films by former Studio Ghibli staffers Hiromasa Yonebayashi, Yoshiyuki Momose, and Akihiko Yamashita. The film is produced by Yoshiaki Nishimura. Yonebayashi's 15-minute "Kanini & Kanino" (カニーニとカニーノ Kanīni to Kanīno) is a fantasy adventure film with music composed by Takatsugu Muramatsu, who had previously worked with the director on When Marnie Was There and Mary and the Witch's Flower. Momose's 15-minute "Life Ain't Gonna Lose" (サムライエッグ Samurai Eggu) is a drama film scored by Masanori Shimada. The soundtrack is the first Shimada has composed for a film, having previously only worked in television. Yamashita's 14-minute "Invisible" (透明人間 Tōmei Ningen) is an action film with music by Yasutaka Nakata. The film's ending theme song is "Sayonara Eiyū" by Kaela Kimura.

The film was originally intended to have four rather than three segments, with the fourth being directed by Ghibli director Isao Takahata. However, Takahata died on April 5, 2018, so the film was limited to three segments.

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