Hiromi Nozawa is in the sixth grade and she hardly gets to see her parents at home because both her father (Shintaro) and mother (Suzuko) are busy with work. But she still manages to stay cheerful in the company of her dog, a schnauzer that speaks the human language and always cares for Hiromi. He is an excellent companion and his name is Junkers.
A touching tale that illustrates the subtle and confused teenage emotions experienced by 11-year-old Hirom and her unique friendship. As their relationship develops, Hiromi struggles with a longing for adulthood as she is faced with the challenges of her parents' unexpected divorce. Will Hiromi be able to restore happiness in her life?
* Art Gallery
* Trailer With English Subtitles
* Pilot Film With English Subtitles
"Junkers Come Here was a real treat and a surprise. " - ANIME ON DVD
"Highly recommended." - ANIME ON DVD
"I wish animation studios were daring enough to make a few more films like this one." - Anime Jump!
"The best animated movie for all ages to see is Junkers Come Here." - Anime News Network
"Sure, it features a talking dog, but Junkers Come Here remains one of the most realistic and heartfelt stories I've seen in a long time." - Animefringe
"Junkers Come Here is an anime that will make you cry, and then only minutes later create a nice wide smile." - T.H.E.M. Anime Reviews
“Junkers Come Here is a delightful anime feature film with a similar sensibility to the Oscar-winning Spirited Away…This one’s going to be a classic.” - Chris Wyatt, Cinescap