PLEASE NOTE: there’s no English subtitles nor English dialogue in the film!
(…) Your Name becomes like the dream almost everyone has from time to time, of the lover too perfect, the encounter too short and the ending too abrupt, with bliss dissolving into thin air as waking life takes hold. Yet something remains — a memory, however faint, of paradise. Your Name gets that something, a blend of aching pathos and glimmer of unearthly beauty, memorably right. Miyazaki would not have made this film, but Makoto Shinkai did. Hopefully, just maybe, he will lose the “new Miyazaki” tag forever.
Mark Schilling / The Japan Times
(…) Shinkai’s story uses the switching sensitively to examine teenage identity and isolation. (…)
As the film swings back and forth between mountain shrines and Shinjuku Station, it eloquently and elegantly expresses not only teen confusion but also the tensions between old and new Japan.
Kate Stables / Sight & Sound
The new film from Makoto Shinkai is so beautiful it’s almost laughable. Like a landscape shining after heavy rain, it feels like real life with the sharpness, brightness and sensation turned right up.
Robbie Collin / The Telegraph
Kimi no na wa
Käsikirjoitus/Script: Makoto Shinkai * Kuvaus/DOP: Makoto Shinkai * Leikkaus/Editor: Makoto Shinkai * Pääosissa/Cast: Ryunosuke Kamiki, Mone Kamishiraishi, Ryo Narita * Kopion Lähde/DCP source: Cinema Mondo * Kieli/Language: Japanese, subtitles in Finnish & Swedish * Kesto/Duration: 106 min * Ikäraja/Age limit: 7 * Please note: as an update to the information on the print catalogue, the film’s age limit is 7, not 12
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