A Silent Voice is a drama film based on manga. It was released in 2016 and was produced by Kyoto Animation. The story follows Shoya Ishida, a high school student who plans to end his life. He changed his mind and decided to wrap all the loose ends in his life. It was revealed that when he was in sixth grade, a deaf student joined their class named Shoko Nishimiya.
Shoya and his friends were known to be bullies so she was an easy target for them. After Shoko transferred schools and the principal knew about the bullying, Shoya was outcasted so he blamed her for it. This made him a depressed loner when he reached high school. To complete his mission, he went to Shoko, and the two of them became friends. A Silent Voice was one of the most-loved films because of the lesson it has and the good storytelling. Will it have a sequel?
Will There Be a Silent Voice 2?
It’s been five years since the movie made its premiere but until today, there is still no official announcement whether the film will have a sequel or not. The film also adapted all the 7 volumes of the main source material so there is no more content left to follow.
Some fans believe that an original can be made by adding Shoko’s struggles as a deaf person or her relationship with Shoya. But until an official announcement is made, fans can only speculate. There are also those who wanted the film to be adapted into an anime. Added insights about the characters can be a part of the new version for fans to know more about their favorite characters.
There are also supporters who believe that the movie was the perfect adaptation for the manga. With a runtime of 2 hours, Silent Voice film tackled all the important aspects of the manga like friendship, mental health, and bullying. The passionate narrative touched the hearts of the viewers, and the lessons were delivered properly.
It might be almost impossible to have a sequel but fans can always read the manga if they wanted another platform to read A Silent Voice.
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