Three different stories of youth set in different cities of China.

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Credited cast:
George Ackles ... Steve (voice)
Taito Ban Taito Ban ... Shaomin (segment: Hidamari no Choshoku) (voice)
Dorothy Elias-Fahn ... Grandma (voice) (as Dorothy Fahn)
Matt Fowler ... Various (voice)
Crispin Freeman ... Xiao Ming (voice)
Ikumi Hasegawa Ikumi Hasegawa ... Shiaoyu (segment: Shanghai Koi) (voice)
Mariya Ise Mariya Ise ... Young Shaomin (segment: Hidamari no Choshoku) (voice)
Billy Kametz Billy Kametz ... Yi Lin's boyfriend / Additional Voices (voice)
Minako Kotobuki ... Irin (segment: Chiisana Fashion Show) (voice)
Erica Mendez ... Xiao Yu (voice)
Takeo Otsuka Takeo Otsuka ... Rimo (segment: Shanghai Koi) (voice)
Tara Sands ... Li Mo's mom / Additional Voices (voice)
Haruka Shiraishi Haruka Shiraishi ... Lulu (segment: Chiisana Fashion Show) (voice)
Cristina Valenzuela ... Shui Jing (voice)
Evan Rachel Wood ... Yi Lin (voice)
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Three different stories of youth set in different cities of China.

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The movie was a colaboration between the Chinese studio Haoliners and the Japanese studio CoMix Wave Films (which has Shinkai in it and is the birthplace of Your Name) See more »

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Worth your time
4 January 2019 | by dark_dark_assassiiinSee all my reviews

It is, overall, an experience in itself more than a movie. It's something you take in, interpret, analyze through your experiences and filter with your own feelings. It's entirely up to you if this movie is something you digest afterwards for a few hours wondering about your life as a whole or just something you ate popcorn to. In both cases it is extremely good. The lessons that are in it are numerous and varied enough to please everyone and it's auite easy to identify with something from the movie, be it a character, a scenery, a feeling, a phrase, and the list can go on. On purpose it is called flavour(S) in the plural form because to everyone there is something different to be taken out of it. This anime is about love, family, passion, dreams, and everything else that makes us human. It's a nice perspective on life, set in short stories that are pleasant on their own and connect, covering up all the issues someone might face, with characters that are really nice and a good development. It's similar to Life Itself in these aspects. For those who want to just chill out it's great too, the animation is beautiful (not stunning) but well done, the music and scenery is extremely absorbing, good play and twists, quite easy to follow up, and a really well made movie overall that should fill up and afernoon and make you feel good afterwards. So give it a shot no matter what!


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Official Sites:

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Country:

China | Japan

Language:

Mandarin | English

Release Date:

4 August 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Flavors of Youth See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$408,244
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1.78 : 1
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