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Your Name: A Cult Film with Stunning Visuals and a Captivating Storyline


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An already cult and extremely profitable film

If you have any interest in Japanese animated cinema, you cannot afford to miss Your Name. Directed by Makoto Shinkai and released in December 2016 in French cinemas, this film blends romance and fantasy, leaving a lasting impression on viewers due to its endearing characters and a unique and captivating storyline. In addition to its stunning visuals, Your Name tells the tale of two young Japanese individuals who mysteriously swap bodies and lives on a regular basis. As a result, Taki, a young boy from Tokyo, wakes up in the body of Mitsuha, a young girl from a small Japanese village, and vice versa, without any control over the situation. This unusual circumstance provides an opportunity for them to explore one another’s lives and challenges while developing a relationship under extraordinary circumstances.

It’s going to be hard to resist the temptation

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Given the ever-changing nature of SVOD (Subscription Video On Demand) service catalogs such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Disney+, it is difficult to rely on them to be able to watch our favorite films whenever we want for an extended period. If you want the flexibility of having access to this film, the best solution is to purchase it on DVD, Blu-Ray, or in digital format. And if you want to take it to the next level, we recommend you consider the collector’s version of Your Name.

On its 5 discs, you will find the movie itself, alongside a special collection of Japanese trailers, a short film, and the excellent Original Sound Track by RADWIMPS, which is sure to stay with you long after the film ends. Additionally, you will have the pleasure of exploring two special books, totaling 40 and 60 pages respectively, dedicated to Your Name. The collector’s edition is visually appealing, even if the content is unfortunately not translated into French. If you are interested in adding this collector’s version to your collection, simply click on the orange link above.

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