Sentai Filmworks Sets Twittering Birds Never Fly Anime Film Eventive Showing

When Sentai Filmworks announced the company had acquired the license for the Twittering Birds Never Fly anime film trilogy, it was said that the company was planning theatrical screenings at select locations as well as working toward virtual screenings for audiences at home.

A virtual screening for the first film, Twittering Birds Never Fly: The Clouds Gather, has been scheduled for December 11, 2020 using eventive. The film will be available to viewers in the United States, United States Minor Outlying Islands, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Canada, Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and Mexico.

The story of Twittering Birds Never Fly: The Clouds Gather is described as:

Clouds Gather, the trilogy’s first installment, introduces two steely members of the Yakuza, each with secrets in their past, who occupy trusted and feared positions in the Japanese underworld. Recent parolee, Doumeki, is assigned to guard Yashiro, a mid-level enforcer who deals out daily doses of coercion, retribution and other criminal acts with brutal efficiency. But behind closed doors, their relationship quickly becomes psychologically and physically complicated. Theirs is a story of entanglement, tension, power and control. Visually stunning and highly visceral, Twittering Birds Never Fly – Clouds Gather is a gritty take on classic noir mixed with stark eroticism. And as much as it leaves its characters forever changed, so too will audiences find themselves transfixed by Twittering Birds Never Fly.

Source: The Fandom Post

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