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If you’re a fan of Japanese animation house Studio Ghibli, don’t miss this staggeringly beautiful film by rising-star director Makoto Shinkai.
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Your Name.

From director Makoto Shinkai, the innovative mind behind Voices of a Distant Star and 5 Centimeters Per Second, comes a beautiful masterpiece about time, the thread of fate, and the hearts of two young souls.

The day the stars fell, two lives changed forever. High schoolers Mitsuha and Taki are complete strangers living separate lives. But one night, they suddenly switch places. Mitsuha wakes up in Taki’s body, and he in hers. This bizarre occurrence continues to happen randomly, and the two must adjust their lives around each other. Yet, somehow, it works. They build a connection and communicate by leaving notes, messages, and more importantly, an imprint.

When a dazzling comet lights up the night’s sky, something shifts, and they seek each other out wanting something more—a chance to finally meet. But try as they might, something more daunting than distance prevents them. Is the string of fate between Mitsuha and Taki strong enough to bring them together, or will forces outside their control leave them forever separated?

All screenings of YOUR NAME. will be in Japanese with English subtitles April 21-27 except the 4:30 PM shows at the Monica Film Center, which will be in English.

The following YOUR NAME. screenings will be will be in English: Monica Film Center: 11:10 AM (Saturdays/Sundays) and 4:50 PM. NoHo: 11 AM (Saturday/Sundays) and 1:40 PM.

Played at

Playhouse 7, 4.07.17 - 5.11.17
Monica Film Center, 4.07.17 - 5.25.17
NoHo 7, 4.07.17 - 4.20.17
Music Hall, 12.02.16 - 12.08.16
Rated PG This film is subtitled This film is subtitled
Runtime: 106 min
Language: Japanese

Director: Makoto Shinkai
Cast: Mone Kamishiraishi, Ryûnosuke Kamiki

Awards:
  • Winner, Best Animation, Los Angeles Film Critics Association
FEATURED REVIEW: Peter Debruge, Variety
Whereas so many movie romances begin with a charming meet-cute and progress from there, audiences can never be quite sure whether the central couple in “Your Name” could ever meet, even though they have a weird habit of waking up in one another’s bodies. An endearin...