Ashita No Yakusoku - Netflix
29-year-old Hinata Aizawa works as a counselor at a high school. She works hard for the students who have worries about school and their family. Hinata Aizawa grew up with her mother who interfered excessively when she was younger.
One day, a male student visits Hinata Aizawa. He refuses to attend school and tells her he likes her. The next day, the male student is found dead. Hinata Aizawa tries to uncover the truth behind his death.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Ashita No Yakusoku - Domu: A Child's Dream - Netflix
Domu (童夢, Dōmu) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Katsuhiro Otomo. Similar to his work Akira, the story centers on an old man and a child possessing extrasensory powers. It was serialized between 1980 and 1981, with the chapters collected and published as a tankōbon in 1983. The main inspiration for Domu came partly from an apartment complex Otomo lived in when he first moved to Tokyo, and partly from a news report he heard about a rash of suicides that occurred at a separate apartment It has sold over 500,000 copies in Japan, was granted an excellence award at the 1981 Japan Cartoonists Association Award, was the first manga to win the Nihon SF Taisho Award, and won the 1984 Seiun Award for Comic of the Year. It was released in English in individual volumes in 1995, compiled altogether in 1996 (reissued 2001), and was one of publisher Dark Horse Comics' top sellers for that year.
Ashita No Yakusoku - Legacy - Netflix
Looper director Rian Johnson has cited it an influence.
Ashita No Yakusoku - References - Netflix