2 New Multiverse Anime Romance Films To Be Released On Same Day, Ending Depends On Order Of Watching

2 New Multiverse Anime Romance Films To Be Released On Same Day, Ending Depends On Order Of Watching

Lifestyle Movies
By Rachel on 29 May 2022
Senior Digital Editor

In animes, parallel worlds are a popular theme, with isekai being an increasingly common genre (eg: Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon?, aka DanMachi). But what’s coming to us this 2022 is a never-seen-before parallel universe movie concept - where two related  anime films will be released on the same day. The big twist? The ending will depend on the order in which you watch the two movies.

According to anime site Anime Senpai, these two multiverse movies - "To All of You That I Loved" and "To the Only One Who Loved You, Me" - are based on light novels by Japanese author Yomiji Otono, who also published his eponymous stories concurrently in 2016. Interestingly, the films are being animated by two different studios - Bakken Record and TMS Entertainment.

According to the author, these stories were born out of his own fantasy from when he was still in high school. The films can be watched in any order, and your choice, which can only be made once, will “greatly change the way you feel about them”.

Multiverse parallel world anime filmPhoto from Boku Ai Kimi Ai

"To All of You That I Loved"

"To All of You That I Loved" follows the story of Koyomi Takasaki, a boy who lives with his mother following his parents’ divorce. He’s unable to make friends due to his awkwardness and the study-focused environment in his university prep school, but one day, his classmate Kazune Takigawa tells him that she has travelled to him from the 85th world, where they are lovers.

"To the Only One Who Loved You, Me"

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In the parallel story "To the Only One Who Loved You, Me", protagonist Koyomi Hikada lives with his father following his parents’ divorce. He meets a girl named Shiori Satou where his father works and they develop mutual feelings for each other, but their parents then remarry, making the two adolescents step-siblings. The duo then attempt to escape into a different world where they wouldn’t be “related” in this manner.

Trailer & release date

"To All of You That I Loved" and "To the Only One Who Loved You, Me" will both be released in Japan on 7 October 2022. Currently, there has been no word on overseas release dates, but we expect more information to surface on the film's official website in time to come. Hopefully they will be streaming on Netflix! In the meantime, check out the trailer below:

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