ANIME DVD Your Name The Movie/ 你的名字 劇場版 by Makoto Shinkai
Code : 9555329251127
|Price : || |MYR19.90 SGD9.45 USD7.76 RMB53.73 MYR15.92 / SGD7.56 / USD6.21 / RMB42.98
|Weight :||200 g|
|Director :||Makoto Shinkai ,|
|Genre :||Others ,|
|Subtitle :||Chinese , English , Malay ,|
|Language :||Cantonese , Japanese ,|
|Video Format :||NTSC ,|
|Region Code :||ALL ,|
|Model :||DVD ,|
Mitsuha, a high school girl living in Japan's mountainous Hida region, is bored of country life and wishes she were a handsome Tokyo boy. With her grandmother and younger sister, she makes kuchikamizake sake at their family's shrine.
Mitsuha begins switching bodies intermittently with Taki, a high school boy living in Tokyo. Upon waking each following day, their memories of each other fade quickly, like dreams. They realize the experiences are real when their friends and family tell them they have acted strangely recently. They begin to communicate by leaving notes in Mitsuha's notebook and memos on Taki's phone and intervene in each other's lives. Mitsuha helps Taki develop a relationship with his coworker Miki, while Taki helps Mitsuha become popular in school.
Taki accompanies her grandmother and sister to leave Mitsuha's kuchikamizake as an offering at a rock grotto on a mountaintop outside the town, which is believed to represent the body of the village guardian god. The offering is described as symbolizing leaving half of herself, Mitsuha, in the underground shrine to their guardian god, who rules over joining experiences and human connections. Mitsuha's latest note tells Taki about a comet expected to pass Earth on the day of her town's festival.
One day, Taki wakes up back in his body. After an unsuccessful date with Miki, he tries to call Mitsuha for the first time but cannot reach her, and the body switching ends. He decides to visit her hometown, but does not know its name and his memories of it are fading. A restaurant owner in Hida recognizes the town from Taki's sketch and tells him it was destroyed by a fragment of the comet. Taki finds Mitsuha's name in the records of fatalities and discovers the date of the disaster, realizing that their timelines were separated by three years.
Taki goes to the village god's shrine to drink Mitsuha's kuchikamizake, hoping to reconnect with her body and warn her of the comet strike. He wakes in her body on the morning of the festival and reveals his identity to Mitsuha's grandmother; she tells him the body switching is part of the Miyamizu family history as caretakers of the shrine. He convinces Mitsuha's friends Tessie and Sayaka to help him evacuate the village by staging a blackout and broadcasting a false emergency alert, but realizes that Mitsuha would be in his body and goes back to the grotto to find her.
Mitsuha wakes up in Taki's body at the grotto, and they sense each other's presence. However, they are separated by three years time. Nevertheless, twilight falls, enabling them to returned to their own bodies and meet. They attempt to write each other's names on their hands so they will remember each other, but twilight passes and Mitsuha disappears before she can write hers.
As Mitsuha races back to town, their memories of each other start to fade. Tessie tells Mitsuha to convince her estranged father, the mayor of Itomori, to evacuate the town. Running to her father's office, Mitsuha realizes that Taki wrote "I love you" on her hand instead of his name. She confronts her father and convinces him to evacuate the town. The comet piece crashes to Earth, destroying Itomori.
Five years later, Taki has graduated from university and is searching for a job. He has long sensed he is missing something important, and learns that inhabitants of Itomori did survive by following the mayor's order. He recognizes Tessie and Sayaka in a Tokyo restaurant, now engaged, but cannot identify them. One day, Taki and Mitsuha recognize each other when their trains draw parallel. They disembark and search for one another, finally meeting on a staircase. Feeling as though they have met before, they ask for each other's name.