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[[caption-width-right:350:From left to right: Asahi, Haruka, Makoto, and Ikuya.]]

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[[caption-width-right:320:From
left to right: Asahi, Haruka, Makoto, and Ikuya.]]


The film was released in Japanese theaters on December 5, 2015. On July 20, 2016, it was released on DVD/Blu-Ray. No English adaptions for it exist at the time, but there are several {{fansub}}s, and will be dubbed and released by Creator/{{Funimation}}.

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The film was released in Japanese theaters on December 5, 2015. On July 20, 2016, it was released on DVD/Blu-Ray. No English adaptions for it exist at the time, but there are several {{fansub}}s, and will be It was dubbed and released by Creator/{{Funimation}}.
Creator/{{Funimation}} in October 2018.


* WhenHeSmiles: [[spoiler:When Asahi, Makoto, and Haru all assure Ikuya that he's not alone, the latter laughs for the first time and even starts to smile more.]]

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* WhenHeSmiles: WhenSheSmiles: Well, When ''He'' Smiles: [[spoiler:When Asahi, Makoto, and Haru all assure Ikuya that he's not alone, the latter laughs for the first time and even starts to smile more.]]


* CoolBigSis: Asahi's unnamed older sister, who likes to tease and wrestle her brother to the ground.

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* CoolBigSis: Asahi's unnamed older sister, Akane, who likes to tease and wrestle her brother to the ground.ground.
* CoverInnocentEyesAndEars: When Asahi gets accosted at the library, a mother is seen covering her son's eyes.


A prequel to ''Anime/{{Free}}'', adapted from the second LightNovel of ''High☆Speed!'', produced by Creator/KyotoAnimation and Animation Do. Unlike the show, the movie was not directed by Hiroko Utsumi, who left Animation Do shortly after the second season finished. Instead the film was directed by Kyoto Animation veteran Yasuhiro Takemoto, who is known for directing ''Full Metal Panic!'', ''Lucky Star'', ''Hyouka'', and ''Amagi Brilliant Park'', and the screenplay was written by Maiko Nishioka, a writer on ''Nichijou'', ''Hyouka'', ''Free! Eternal Summer'', and ''Amagi Brilliant Park''.

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A prequel to ''Anime/{{Free}}'', adapted from the second LightNovel of ''High☆Speed!'', ''LightNovel/HighSpeed2013'', produced by Creator/KyotoAnimation and Animation Do. Unlike the show, the movie was not directed by Hiroko Utsumi, who left Animation Do shortly after the second season finished. Instead the film was directed by Kyoto Animation veteran Yasuhiro Takemoto, who is known for directing ''Full Metal Panic!'', ''Lucky Star'', ''Hyouka'', and ''Amagi Brilliant Park'', and the screenplay was written by Maiko Nishioka, a writer on ''Nichijou'', ''Hyouka'', ''Free! Eternal Summer'', and ''Amagi Brilliant Park''.


The film was released in Japanese theaters on December 5, 2015. On July 20, 2016, it was released on DVD/Blu-Ray. No English adaptions for it exist at the time, but there are several {{fansub}}s.

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The film was released in Japanese theaters on December 5, 2015. On July 20, 2016, it was released on DVD/Blu-Ray. No English adaptions for it exist at the time, but there are several {{fansub}}s.
{{fansub}}s, and will be dubbed and released by Creator/{{Funimation}}.


[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/free_starting_days.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:From left to right: Asahi, Haruka, Makoto, and Ikuya.]]



The film was released in Japanese theaters on December 5, 2015. On July 20, 2016, it was released on DVD/Blu-Ray. No English adaptions for it exist at the time, but there are several fansubs.

to:

The film was released in Japanese theaters on December 5, 2015. On July 20, 2016, it was released on DVD/Blu-Ray. No English adaptions for it exist at the time, but there are several fansubs.
{{fansub}}s.


A prequel to ''Anime/{{Free}}'', adapted from the second light novel of ''High☆Speed'', produced by Creator/KyotoAnimation and Animation Do. Unlike the show, the movie was not directed by Hiroko Utsumi, who left Animation Do shortly after the second season finished. Instead the film was directed by Kyoto Animation veteran Yasuhiro Takemoto, who is known for directing ''Full Metal Panic!'', ''Lucky Star'', ''Hyouka'', and ''Amagi Brilliant Park'', and the screenplay was written by Maiko Nishioka, a writer on ''Nichijou'', ''Hyouka'', ''Free! Eternal Summer'', and ''Amagi Brilliant Park''.

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A prequel to ''Anime/{{Free}}'', adapted from the second light novel LightNovel of ''High☆Speed'', ''High☆Speed!'', produced by Creator/KyotoAnimation and Animation Do. Unlike the show, the movie was not directed by Hiroko Utsumi, who left Animation Do shortly after the second season finished. Instead the film was directed by Kyoto Animation veteran Yasuhiro Takemoto, who is known for directing ''Full Metal Panic!'', ''Lucky Star'', ''Hyouka'', and ''Amagi Brilliant Park'', and the screenplay was written by Maiko Nishioka, a writer on ''Nichijou'', ''Hyouka'', ''Free! Eternal Summer'', and ''Amagi Brilliant Park''.


A prequel to ''Anime/{{Free}}'', adapted from the second light novel of ''High☆Speed'', produced by Creator/KyotoAnimation and Animation Do. Unlike the show, the movie was not directed by Hiroko Utsumi, who left Animation Do shortly after the second season finished. Instead the film was directed by Kyoto Animation veteran Yasuhiro Takemoto, who is known for directing Full Metal Panic, Lucky Star, Hyouka, and Amagi Brilliant Park, and the screenplay was written by Maiko Nishioka, a writer on Nichijou, Hyouka, Free Eternal Summer, and Amagi Brilliant Park.

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A prequel to ''Anime/{{Free}}'', adapted from the second light novel of ''High☆Speed'', produced by Creator/KyotoAnimation and Animation Do. Unlike the show, the movie was not directed by Hiroko Utsumi, who left Animation Do shortly after the second season finished. Instead the film was directed by Kyoto Animation veteran Yasuhiro Takemoto, who is known for directing Full ''Full Metal Panic, Lucky Star, Hyouka, Panic!'', ''Lucky Star'', ''Hyouka'', and Amagi ''Amagi Brilliant Park, Park'', and the screenplay was written by Maiko Nishioka, a writer on Nichijou, Hyouka, Free ''Nichijou'', ''Hyouka'', ''Free! Eternal Summer, Summer'', and Amagi ''Amagi Brilliant Park.
Park''.


* {{Gayngst}}: [[spoiler: Partway through, Makoto's relationship with Haruka is brought into question (being asked if he's only swimming to be with Haruka), and he spends a good deal of the movie avoiding Haruka because of it. He also spends more time practicing swimming in an attempt to prove that he likes swimming even without Haruka there.]]


A prequel to ''Anime/{{Free}}'', adapted from the second light novel of ''High☆Speed'', produced by Kyoto Animation and Animation Do. Unlike the show, the movie was not directed by Hiroko Utsumi, who left Animation Do shortly after the second season finished. Instead the film was directed by Kyoto Animation veteran Yasuhiro Takemoto, who is known for directing Full Metal Panic, Lucky Star, Hyouka, and Amagi Brilliant Park, and the screenplay was written by Maiko Nishioka, a writer on Nichijou, Hyouka, Free Eternal Summer, and Amagi Brilliant Park.

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A prequel to ''Anime/{{Free}}'', adapted from the second light novel of ''High☆Speed'', produced by Kyoto Animation Creator/KyotoAnimation and Animation Do. Unlike the show, the movie was not directed by Hiroko Utsumi, who left Animation Do shortly after the second season finished. Instead the film was directed by Kyoto Animation veteran Yasuhiro Takemoto, who is known for directing Full Metal Panic, Lucky Star, Hyouka, and Amagi Brilliant Park, and the screenplay was written by Maiko Nishioka, a writer on Nichijou, Hyouka, Free Eternal Summer, and Amagi Brilliant Park.


A prequel to Anime/{{Free}}, adapted from the second light novel of ''High☆Speed'', produced by Kyoto Animation and Animation Do. Unlike the show, the movie was not directed by Hiroko Utsumi, who left Animation Do shortly after the second season finished. Instead the film was directed by Kyoto Animation veteran Yasuhiro Takemoto, who is known for directing Full Metal Panic, Lucky Star, Hyouka, and Amagi Brilliant Park, and the screenplay was written by Maiko Nishioka, a writer on Nichijou, Hyouka, Free Eternal Summer, and Amagi Brilliant Park.

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A prequel to Anime/{{Free}}, ''Anime/{{Free}}'', adapted from the second light novel of ''High☆Speed'', produced by Kyoto Animation and Animation Do. Unlike the show, the movie was not directed by Hiroko Utsumi, who left Animation Do shortly after the second season finished. Instead the film was directed by Kyoto Animation veteran Yasuhiro Takemoto, who is known for directing Full Metal Panic, Lucky Star, Hyouka, and Amagi Brilliant Park, and the screenplay was written by Maiko Nishioka, a writer on Nichijou, Hyouka, Free Eternal Summer, and Amagi Brilliant Park.


A prequel to Anime/{{Free}}, adapted from the second light novel of ''High☆Speed'', produced by Kyoto Animation and Animation Do. Unlike the show, the movie was not directed by Hiroko Utsumi, who left Animation Do shortly after the second season finished. Instead the film was directed by KyoAni veteran Yasuhiro Takemoto, who is known for directing Full Metal Panic, Hyouka, and Amagi Brilliant Park, while the screenplay was written by Maiko Nishioka, a writer on Nichijou, Hyouka, and Amagi Brilliant Park.

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A prequel to Anime/{{Free}}, adapted from the second light novel of ''High☆Speed'', produced by Kyoto Animation and Animation Do. Unlike the show, the movie was not directed by Hiroko Utsumi, who left Animation Do shortly after the second season finished. Instead the film was directed by KyoAni Kyoto Animation veteran Yasuhiro Takemoto, who is known for directing Full Metal Panic, Lucky Star, Hyouka, and Amagi Brilliant Park, while and the screenplay was written by Maiko Nishioka, a writer on Nichijou, Hyouka, Free Eternal Summer, and Amagi Brilliant Park.


A prequel to Anime/{{Free}}, adapted from the second light novel of ''High☆Speed'', produced by Kyoto Animation and Animation Do. Unlike the show, the movie was not directed by Hiroko Utsumi, who left Animation Do shortly after the second season finished. Instead the film was directed by Yasuhiro Takemoto, who is known for directing Full Metal Panic, Hyouka, and Amagi Brilliant Park, while the screenplay was written by Maiko Nishioka, a writer on Nichijou, Hyouka, and Amagi Brilliant Park.

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A prequel to Anime/{{Free}}, adapted from the second light novel of ''High☆Speed'', produced by Kyoto Animation and Animation Do. Unlike the show, the movie was not directed by Hiroko Utsumi, who left Animation Do shortly after the second season finished. Instead the film was directed by KyoAni veteran Yasuhiro Takemoto, who is known for directing Full Metal Panic, Hyouka, and Amagi Brilliant Park, while the screenplay was written by Maiko Nishioka, a writer on Nichijou, Hyouka, and Amagi Brilliant Park.


A prequel to Anime/{{Free}}, adapted from the second light novel of ''High☆Speed''. Unlike the show, the movie was not directed by Hiroko Utsumi. Instead the film was directed by Yasuhiro Takemoto, who is known for directing Full Metal Panic, Hyouka, and Amagi Brilliant Park, while the screenplay was written by Maiko Nishioka, a writer on Nichijou, Hyouka, and Amagi Brilliant Park.

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A prequel to Anime/{{Free}}, adapted from the second light novel of ''High☆Speed''. ''High☆Speed'', produced by Kyoto Animation and Animation Do. Unlike the show, the movie was not directed by Hiroko Utsumi.Utsumi, who left Animation Do shortly after the second season finished. Instead the film was directed by Yasuhiro Takemoto, who is known for directing Full Metal Panic, Hyouka, and Amagi Brilliant Park, while the screenplay was written by Maiko Nishioka, a writer on Nichijou, Hyouka, and Amagi Brilliant Park.

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