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Kun (High Schooler):
That's just awful. Yep, a complete wreck. I'm talking about your attitude. Boy, does it stink.
[looks inside train station, sees a high schooler sitting inside]
Kun (High Schooler):
You're supposed to go camping, am I right? Catch bugs, watch fireworks, all that stuff. And you guys will be staying at your grandparents' place. It's the summer you've all been looking forward to. Think of all the happy memories you could be making together. But instead you don't wanna go. Why is that?
Uh... how do ...
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I watched mirai without seeing the trailer or knowing the synopsis
it was such a great experience ,
The way Mamoru Hosoda viewed a period of everyone childhood and the bonds between family
the movie contained a lot of emotions , comedia and it contained a scary moments
But at first i was confused if kun was imagine all of this or something else
at the end
It was a fine anime
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