Kimi No Na Wa movie came out in 2016, It was written and directed by Makoto Shinkai and produced by CoMix Wave Films. In this post, we will be reviewing the movie, and we know it is a little late for the review as the movie came out in 2016 but better late than never.
Kimi No Na Wa Plot: Mitsuha wants to live the life of a boy in the city of Tokyo — a dream that stands in opposition to her current life in the countryside in Japan. Meanwhile, in the Tokyo, Taki lives a busy life as a high school student while balancing his part-time job.
One day, Mitsuha wakes up in a room that is not her own and finds herself living the dream life in Tokyo — but in Taki’s body! On the other hand, Taki finds himself living Mitsuha’s life in the countryside of Japan. To find the answer to this strange event, they begin to search for one another. The movie revolves around Mitsuha and Taki’s lives.
Kimi No Na Wa Music: The depth of the musical score was incredible. There was not a single sound that felt out of place. All the characters’ voices suited their appearances, leading to a very immersive experience. The music was very refreshing and had an impact on the success of the anime.
Kimi No Na Wa Final Verdict: First of all, I became a huge fan of his story. As little as I felt I delved into the personalities of the characters, I did enjoy the film a lot. Shinkai’s metaphorical use of trains just continuing to go along their routes that diverge in this film is noteworthy. I have enjoyed the story thoroughly and also Taki’s and Mitsuha’s struggles throughout the film to help each other. The music was refreshing, and I enjoyed his questioning of how much our memories make up who we are.