In February we posted about live-action film adaptation plans for Ken Koyama’s Seiri-chan manga, AKA Little Miss P. The series about an anthropomorphized period is on the way to the big screen in Japan this year, and a new update reveals cast members and theme song artists for the production, as well as a quick look at Little Miss P in action, pictured above.
Fumi Nikaidou leads the cast as Aoko Kometa, who works as an editor at a publisher. Also getting in on the adaptation are Sairi Itou, Risaki Matsukaze, Ren Sudou, Kyouhei Kanomi, Hana Toyoshima, Masayuki Shida, Mitsuhiro Fujiwara, Kumiko Nakano, Shinsuke Suzuki, Yuriko Hirooka, Bansuke Kasamatsu, Rintarou Oyaizu, Satomi Yagihashi, Miyu Andou, Hitoshi Takemura, Riko Tamiya, Manami Iida, and Yoshinori Okada.
The Peggies are lined up to perform the “Suru” theme song for the film, which has Shunsuke Shinada directing and Shin Akamatsu handling the screenplay.
Here’s how North American publisher Yen Press describes the manga:
It’s that time of the month, and you know what that means…a visit from Aunt Flo—scratch that—Little Miss P! This pink, anthropomorphized period’s not so lean, kinda mean, and a gut-punching, butt- kicking machine! (Just ask Mr. Erection…) Follow Little Miss P as she traverses time advising, harassing, abusing, and comforting women on her (usually) monthly visits in this uniquely weird and surprisingly touching manga!