After getting soaked by a sudden thunderstorm, both head to Yukari's apartment and spend the afternoon together. The most prominent of which is a depth of field effect, often used but never to the point of being distracting. Yukari tells Takao nothing about herself, including her name, while Takao opens up to her, sharing his passion for shoes by offering to make a pair for her. Kashiwa had been a fan of Shinkai's and had sent him several of his albums. The Garden of Words premiered at the Gold Coast Film Festival in Australia on April 28, 2013 and had its general release on May 31, 2013 in Japan. She is voiced by in Japanese and in English. On the other hand, the woman is more aloof, and clumsy in behavior.
Curtis Stone of Geekenstein gave it a 5 out of 5 and rated it 1 in his top five list of anime for 2013. Perhaps too much so, as you might find yourself so stunned by the scenery that any dialogue will sound like little more than background noise. Perhaps this is how I viewed the visuals throughout this film. By October, it was reported that many theaters in Japan had extended screening of the film. The movie takes place over a summer, where a 15 year-old aspiring shoemaker meets an eccentric and mysterious 27-year old woman.
They've only met for less than a few months with little knowledge of each other. He was responsible for the storyboards, animation composite, key animation, and editing. After Takao abruptly excuses himself, Yukari realizes her mistake and runs after him, finding him in the stairwell. In particular, she noted the beauty of the light reflections, rain scenes, and camera angles. Though many could portray a naïve 15-year-old boy, Shinkai immediately recognized that only Miyu Irino could produce the intense emotion needed for the closing scene. There's nothing too unusual going around the place with the sunny mornings, the cloudy sky, and passing days of riding the subway station. The original idea for The Garden of Words came from Shinkai's desire to capture the beauty of the daily scenery in modern and showcase it in a film.
The entire plot centralises around the interactions between our two main characters: a young student and a mysterious grown-up woman. Offering to make her new shoes, Takao continues to meet with Yukari throughout the rainy season, and without even realizing it, the two are able to alleviate the worries hidden in their hearts just by being with each other. Matching the to the background and lighting helped highlight the characters' faces. The official English language premiere of The Garden of Words was next shown in the United States at the on July 6 and 7 as part of 2013. On February 20, 2013, the film's production company, , released a trailer with subtitles in multiple languages on YouTube and announced that it would be released in Japan on May 31, 2013.
At the 2013 Fantasia International Film Festival, it shared the Satoshi Kon Award for Achievement in Animation with while winning the Audience Award for Best Animation Feature. The digital version ranked 7th on the iTunes store for Western and Japanese films by the end of 2013. Luke Carroll at Anime News Network felt the end of the rainy season and the resulting separation created the sense of koi. Have you seen any of the movies mentioned above on our 6 Anime Movies Like The Garden of Words list? It's also from this moment that hopes are formed with Takao and Yukino. But Shinkai was not constrained. According to Cynthia Webb of , the loneliness is seen at the end of the film, when Takao learns to cope with Yukari's move to Shikoku.
Garden of Words also known as Kotonoha no Niwa is a 2013 film and the latest installation of Makoto Shinkai's works. Notably, there is one vocal piece that plays during the climax and credits. To call Garden of Words a simple romance story is to undermine the entire theme, cast away the significance of the message, and belittle the pain of those it is meant to depict. Every screenshot from his new anime masterpiece The Garden of Words could be framed and hung in an art gallery. If only Shinkai held to this for the entire film. The love story within Byousoku 5 Centimeter is both beautiful but so realistic.
The story's motifs include rain, poetry, and the. In addition to making Yukari's character more convincing, these character flaws also made it more difficult to plan since she had to be both flawed and attractive to a young boy. Instead, the love they shared was more basic, making the age difference immaterial. It is simple, restrained; often limited to ordinary conversations between the characters. Offering to make her new shoes, Takao continues to meet with Yukari throughout the rainy season, and without even realizing it, the two are able to alleviate the worries hidden in their hearts just by being with each other. Now as a teenager in his third year of high school, Shouya constantly finds himself unable to get along with people. The Garden of Words premiered at the Gold Coast Film Festival in Australia on April 28, 2013 and had its general release on May 31, 2013 in Japan.
In many of Shinkai's films, sad endings resulting from misunderstandings and unrequited feelings are common. In addition to the high acclaim on iTunes, The Garden of Words won the 2013. Although rain is typically seen as sad and gloomy, in The Garden of Words it makes the world more vivid and protects the two main characters from the reality of their lives and the limitations imposed by society. What builds as a subtle, heartwarming story regrettably ends as conventional melodrama. The film performed well in theaters for an extended period of time and was hosted at many local and international film events. We all love anime and we have varying opinions of series but we should respect one another for those differences! Irino had also played Shun and Shin in Shinkai's. Offering to make her new shoes, Takao continues to meet with Yukari throughout the rainy season, and without even realizing it, the two are able to alleviate the worries hidden in their hearts just by being with each other.
The museum, run by Z-Kai Co. That afternoon, Takao meets Yukari at the park and greets her by reciting the 2,514th poem from the Japanese poetry collection, the correct response to her tanka, which he found in a classic Japanese literature textbook. At the end of film, both characters maintained their friendship through letters, but otherwise began growing as people by moving on with their lives and presumably finding new relationships with other people. The fact days passes by like pouring rain but later on, it shows more of a clear sky. She is voiced by in Japanese and in English. She also appeared in Your Name.
Plot : On a rainy morning in Tokyo, Takao Akizuki, an aspiring shoemaker, decides to skip class to sketch designs in a beautiful garden. Still upset, Takao angrily takes back what he had said and criticizes her for being so secretive and never opening up to him. In a scene depicting his childhood, he is voiced by Wataru Sekine in Japanese and in English. The modesty of the dialogue captures the monotony of their lives-- the change that they experience together. By no means was it weak but it seemed lacking compared to how brilliantly Takao was characterised and this slight imbalance for me, hampered the final climax to a certain degree. It's just that the connection here seems to be rather blend due to Takao's lack of knowledge regarding Yukino. It would be a sad thing if a director with so much talent was reduced to being a one-trick-pony.