To the only me that loved you is just one of the films debuting in Japan on October 7th. In fact, it is always published in The Rising Sun on the same date To all of you I loved. While both feature films are by the same author, Yomoji Otono, most importantly, despite belonging to two multiverses, they are closely related.

It is an ambitious collaborative project between TMS Entertainment, which is also behind the anime adaptation of Dr. Stone stands, and Bakken record. In fact, both films tell a story in two different parallel worlds, although they remain closely connected by a single common thread. However, the genius lies in the order in which the films are watched, as the former will change how the latter is approached and how viewers empathize with the characters.

In the meantime, you can take a look at the bottom of the news New trailer for To the Only Me Who Loved You. However, for those who have never heard of this project, the synopsis of this film reads as follows: "Koyomi Hidaka, who lives with her father after her parents divorced, meets Shiori Satou one day. The two like each other, but everything changes when the parents remarry. So Koyomi and Shiori are trying to jump into another world where they are not half brothers..."

And you, on the other hand, what were your expectations of this original product? As usual, let us know what you think with a comment below.

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