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I love to keep an eye to Japanese animated movies, because some are incredible stunning movies. This movie, released in Japan last year, it become quickly the highest-grossng japanese animated movie ever... for a reason!
It is stunning and charming, and powerful. Different from studio Ghibli masterpieces and also different from Mamoru Hosoda movies.
Kimi no na wa she some touch for natural landscape, agrarian life and supernatural element like in most of Ghibli's works. But rely more heavily on characters emotions and their development: the story start with a fun (and not quite un-common, for Japanese) element of "body-swap" beetween boy and girl.
While this theme was made (in)famous by Ranma 1/2, the protagonist simply find themselves into the other's body on alternate day. In this there is a similarity with the anime "Kokoro connect".
Apart the quite amusing and hilarious scenes of two young persons of different genders to try living in the other one's body, the story start develope a more serious tone of emotive and learning impact. To turns toward the second half of the movie into a more drama/supernatural element.
Until the end, the watcher is kept quite unaware on how the movie could potentially end, and I have no shame in stating I've been moved to tears in one particular scene (and it is quite uncommon for me, not easily moved by finctional stuff).