Your Name (2016, Japan) cert. 12A – subtitled

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Director: Makoto Shinkai
Stars: Ryûnosuke Kamiki, Mone Kamishiraishi, Ryô Narita

Two teenagers – a boy in Tokyo and a girl in a sleepy country town – are bewildered when, every now and then, they change places for a day. Fascinated by each other’s lives, they find a way to communicate, until…

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The first animation ever selected for the London Film Festival’s Official Competition, and already in Japan’s all-time box office Top Ten, this brilliantly and beautifully illustrated film starts out as a hilarious body-swap comedy before boldly morphing into one of the most enthralling and moving dramas of the year.

 

 

The Telegraph’s Review (on a viewing at Tokyo Film Festival, seemingly after our Philip Howard saw it at the London Film Festival) can be seen here.  There is a link to the (english subtitled) trailer, which can be seen…

on its own below (sorry about the annoying ads at the end, I’ll try and lose them…)

 

David Lean Cinema, Croydon on Saturday 14th January 2017

Show starts at 2.30PM, Ticket prices: £8.00 & £6.50 (concessions)

– click on the time to make a booking. Cookie Error? See here…….

Your Name (2016, Japan) cert. 12A – subtitled

yourname_quadposter-600

Director: Makoto Shinkai
Stars: Ryûnosuke Kamiki, Mone Kamishiraishi, Ryô Narita

Two teenagers – a boy in Tokyo and a girl in a sleepy country town – are bewildered when, every now and then, they change places for a day. Fascinated by each other’s lives, they find a way to communicate, until…

your-name-banner-600

 

your-name-girl-column-150

 

 

The first animation ever selected for the London Film Festival’s Official Competition, and already in Japan’s all-time box office Top Ten, this brilliantly and beautifully illustrated film starts out as a hilarious body-swap comedy before boldly morphing into one of the most enthralling and moving dramas of the year.

 

 

 

The Telegraph’s Review (on a viewing at Tokyo Film Festival, seemingly after our Philip Howard saw it at the London Film Festival) can be seen here.  There is a link to the (english subtitled) trailer, which can be seen…

on its own below (sorry about the annoying ads at the end, I’ll try and lose them…)

David Lean Cinema, Croydon on Friday 30th December 2016

Show starts at 2.30PM, Ticket prices: £8.00 & £6.50 (concessions)

– click on the time to make a booking