The new release date for the animated film “The King of the Deer: Una and the Promised Journey” has been set for February 4th.
The film, which had been postponed due to the new coronavirus infection, is a medical fantasy based on a novel by Uehashi Nahoko.
The film shows Van, a slave who used to fight for his country as the head of the “Dokaku” knight order.
Tsutsumi Shinichi voices Van, a lonely warrior with antibodies to a mysterious disease; Kimura Hisui voices Yuna, a young girl with no relatives; Takeuchi Ryoma voices Hossal, a genius doctor; and Anne voices Sae, a warrior who pursues Van.
The new visuals depict Van, Hossal, Sae, Yuna, Hossal’s follower Macoucan, the rebellious warrior Orphan, and a flying deer.
Directed by Masashi Ando and co-directed by Masayuki Miyaji, “The Deer King: Yuna and the Journey of Promise” opens in theaters nationwide.