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Your Name. ( Kimi no na wa ) (2017) Movie Information

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Your Name. ( Kimi no na wa ) (2017)
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Overall Rank:

707

Avg. Rating:

3.25/4

# of Ratings:

12

Genres:

Anime, Drama

Rating:

PG

Language:

Japanese

Theater Date:

04/07/2017

DVD Release:

11/07/2017

Director:

Makoto Shinkai

Actors:

RyŻnosuke Kamiki
Mone Kamishiraish
RyŰ Narita
Aoi Yuki
Nobunaga Shimazaki
Kaito Ishikawa

 

 

 

 

Plot Outline:

Two souls who couldn't be any further apart: Mitsuha Miyamizu is a girl living in a small mountain town where she yearns to get away from her small life, her father's electoral campaign and the superstitions that drive the community. Taki Tachiban lives a fast and busy life in Tokyo where he works part time at an Italian restaurant and strives for his dreams of becoming an artist or architect. When the two dream, a celestial bond causes them to switch bodies - and the possibilities and adventure it opens up will change their lives forever. -- Chris Kavan

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Leighann Paige 11/11/2017 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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3.5/4 

Your Name. is a delightful play modern fantasy and romance with a heavy slathering of Japanese mythology. The two leads are very likable, the story is incredibly compelling, and the ending ties together everything beautifully. There are few cliches and tropes that make an appearance, but the creators do their best to steer the story in a different direction. I could recommend this film to everyone, but people familiar with anime or Japanese culture are going to understand it more. I also recommend watching the film with subtitles, as there's Japanese writing exchanged throughout the film that's important to the plot and the characters.

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