“Halser Acre: The Movie” (Japanese Title: ハルサーエイカー The Movie エイカーズ)|Ritz Productions Inc.

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"Halser Acre The Movie ACRES" (Japanese Title: ハルサーエイカー The Movie エイカーズ)
International sales company
Ritz Productions Inc.
Person in Charge
Content department|Megumi Iga
For Children
AKINA, Moeko Fukuda, Tomoji Yamashiro, Shingo Chinen, Kenta Nakaza, Shinichiro Chinen, Benbee, Natsumi Ikema, Shinichi Tsuha, Kyohei Higa
Tsukasa Kishimoto (Director)
Scenario Writer
Yuuki Yamada (Original author and Script)
Now, with all new gear and a souped-up suit, Halser Acre is returning to the screen in “Halser Acre: The Movie”!

“GOMI” (trash), originates from the word “Konoha”, meaning leaves. The word is found in every local dialect of the nation.
“Something is wrong.” believes Satsuki, a girl with innocence in her eyes. Concerns for her village prompt her to visit Halser Acres, who commune with the earth..
Halser Acre means farmer clan in the Okinawan dialect. Hosaku Tabata and his granddaughters Haru and Ai are the descendants of Halser Acre who always lived in harmony with the soil. Haru has a complex stemming not only from her small stature, but more so from her inexperience as a Halser compared with her younger sister, Ai. She accompanies Satsuki to her village.

At the village Haru meets developers who plan to clear a sacred grove of trees. They believe that it’s an acceptable trade off to sacrifice the ancient woods if it will bring convenience to the secluded village.
Satsuki’s grandfather, who’s leading the development project, does not welcome Haru’s arrival. Haru is at a loss of what to do, then a loud sound howling through the woods heralds the arrival of two monsters, Dobu and Chili.

In her time of crisis, Haru is joined by Hellar and Kama as the Acres are called into battle once again. What is worth fighting for? Any despair can be transformed into hope through our actions. It’s time to rise up!
English (subtitle)
“Halser Acre: The Movie” official website (Japanese)