Mitsuha is the daughter of the mayor of a small mountain town. She's a straightforward high school girl who lives with her sister and her grandmother and has no qualms about letting it be known that she's uninterested in Shinto rituals or helping her father's electoral campaign. Instead she dreams of leaving the boring town and trying her luck in Tokyo. Taki is a high school boy in Tokyo who works part-time in an Italian restaurant and aspires to become an architect or an artist. Every night he has a strange dream where he becomes...a high school girl in a small mountain town.Written by
The restaurant where Taki works is called "Il giardino delle parole," which is Italian for "The Garden of Words." Makoto Shinkai's previous film was called The Garden of Words (2013), which translates as "Il giardino delle parole" / "The Garden of Words." See more »
When a shock wave reaches a bridge, translucent, waving horizontal lines are visible. They are smoke rocket trails, used in filmed scientific and military explosion tests to visualize the edge of the shock wave in air. As far as the plot goes, there is no reason for their deployment, and suggests that the animators might have used films of explosion tests as reference footage. See more »
What on earth are you talking about?
I said we have to evacuate everyone in town before tonight or...
Shut your mouth.
The comet will split and strike the town? Over 500 people will die? How dare you spout such nonsense? If you're serious, then you're sick. Madness must be from the Miyamizu side. I'll get someone to drive you to a hospital in the city. I'll listen to you after a doctor examines you.
You son of a...
Mitsuha. No... Who... Who are you?
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At the end of the film, as both the lead characters simultaneously says "Your name...", the title of the film appears. See more »
Although the film was not released in India in an official Hindi dubbed version, a YouTuber AnimeTM Dubbers has provided one, with the credits showing the name of Hindi voice cast instead of the original. See more »