Your Name

{4.5/5} “He met someone and that someone changed him. That much is for sure.”

Your Name, released in 2016

Mitsuha is a high school girl living in a small town where everyone knows her — she’s the mayor’s daughter. Taki is a high school boy living in Tokyo, and works in a restaurant. Somehow they switch bodies once in a while. They try not to mess up each other’s lives, but it’s difficult. When they stop switching, Taki goes in search of her — all he has is a drawing of her town.

This is a Japanese animated movie, with an intriguing story. The animation is breathtaking, with amazing details.

It’s about having a friend you’ve never met. It’s about believing the unbelievable.

Directed by Makoto Shinkai (The Garden of Words). The classical-like music is by Radwimps.

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One Response to “Your Name”

  1. James Says:

    Glad you liked it! I’ve been listening to the soundtrack, it’s quite good.

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