Most Emotional ‘Boruto: Naruto The Movie’ Trailer Released; Film To Be Shown In 80 US Cities

By Martin Suan | 2 years ago
Most Emotional ‘Boruto: Naruto The Movie’ Trailer Released; Film To Be Shown In 80 US Cities
“Boruto: Naruto the Movie” sales remain strong despite massive leak.

Japanese film distribution company released a brand new “Boruto: Naruto the Movie” trailer via YouTube on Wednesday. Is this the last Naruto film? Read on for more details.

The 3:16-minute video, shown through Anime News Network, entitled “Uketsugareru Michi (The Path From One Generation to the Next),” might be the most emotional trailer that the “Boruto: Naruto the Movie” title ever released. It featured messages from fans that testified how much the anime meant to them in the past 15 years.

With KANA-BOON playing its upbeat song “Diver,” the message that the trailer was trying to communicate would definitely make every Naruto diehard fan feel nostalgic and shed some tears.

The trailer showed the childhood days of Naruto, missions, fights, struggles, victories, joys, deaths, all the ups and downs that he and the rest of the characters went through in the past years. Then towards the trailer’s end grown up Naruto and Susake were shown, as well as the next generation: Boruto, Sarada, Mitsuki, and the others.

It also showed the father-and-son relationship struggle of Naruto and Boruto. In it, Boruto rejected his father Naruto because of being always busy as Konoha’s Hokage. Boruto also had the desire to surpass his father and decided to be Sasuke’s student, enabling Boruto to master both Rasengan and Chidori.

But it could not be denied that Naruto loved his son so much, as shown in a previous trailer via Saiyan Island. In that trailer, Naruto thanked Boruto for having him as his father before falling into an explosion, hinting his inevitable death.

There was also a certain feeling of goodbye that the previous trailers were trying to convey. In one of them, Misashi Kishimoto said that “Boruto: Naruto the Movie” is the pinnacle of all his creations, hinting that it could be his last Naruto installment.

And if such is the case, Naruto fans should not miss it when it gets released in 80 US locations such as Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Washington D.C., Hawaii, and many more in October, Saiyan Island reported.

“Boruto: Naruto the Movie” is set to be released in the US on October.

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