Lu Over the Wall

Lu Over the Wall
Lu Over the Wall

Year

2017

Duration

112 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

Japanese (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

Kai is a withdrawn middle-school student living with his superstitious grandfather in a small fishing village, having moved there from Tokyo. Invited to join his classmates’ band, Kai reluctantly accepts and together they head to Merfolk Island to practice where they meet fun-loving mermaid, Lu. But the people of Hinashi Town have always been suspicious of mermaids, believing them to bring disaster, and so Lu, Kai and his friends work together to ensure the survival of both communities. This film is an endearing anime full of energy, music and colourful characters.

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PG Classification

Mild bad language, threat.

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