The Sony Music Entertainment owned company #Aniplex Of America confirmed that the first part of the "Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel" film will screen in U. S. theaters. The first film in the three-part series will debut in Japan on October 14. Aniplex of America made its announcement on Crunchyroll but the company did not give further details such as the movie’s date of release and the list of participating theaters, reported Anime News Network.

Storyline of the movie’s first part

The company description on Facebook about the "Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Fee" film started with the quote “IF I BECAME A BAD PERSON, WOULD YOU BE ABLE TO FORGIVE ME?”

According to Crunchy Roll, the summary of the anime is that a boy wanted to defend a girl from any possible threat and it was an innocent wish.

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The Holy Grail War, which involved masters and servants fighting over the container that would grant any wish, has finally come to an end.

A Facebook post went on to describe how Shirou Emiya, a participant in the previous Holy Grail War, was an adopted child who felt lonely living in a world where he knew nothing about his real family. Despite having a hard time, a girl in love with Emiya, named Sakura Matou, always stayed by his side.

The post went on to describe how "Matou would go to Emiya’s house from time to time cooking breakfast and doing other works for him and she showed kindness to the boy who deserved it most."

The rest of the story is about how it had been fairly quiet in Fuyuki City, but after ten years another battle disturbed the peace. Walking around the city had become dangerous so Emiya offered his house to Matou as temporary shelter, while Emiya, along with his servant Saber, teamed up with Rin Tohsaka and participated in #The Holy Grail War.

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Production staff and voice cast

The production staff of "Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel" includes Tomonori Sudou, Akira Hiyama, Yuki Kajiura, Takahiro Miura, Koji Eto, Kazuki Nishikawa, and Yuichi Terao. Sudou and Kajiura had previously participated in the making of "Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works" and "Fate/Zero." The two veterans will also work on the first part of the movie as director and music composer.

Hiyama is writing the script and Miura is handling the storyboards. Eto is the art director while Nishikawa is the 3D director. MyAnimeList.net also claimed that the action and fantasy film cast Sugiyama Noriaki as Shirou Emiya, Shitaya Noriko as Matou Sakura, Kawasumi Ayako as Saber and Ueda Kana as Toosaka Rin. Ufotable is the studio producing the film that was based on the original visual novel. The action and fantasy anime is rated 17+.