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Girl Who Leapt Through Time
     

The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

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Director: Mamoru Hosoda, Riisa Naka, Takuya Ishida, Ayami Kakiuchi

Cast: Mamoru Hosoda, Riisa Naka, Takuya Ishida, Ayami Kakiuchi

 

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When a typical young high school girl discovers that she has the unique ability to traverse space and time, her efforts to use the power as a means of preserving the relationships she shares with her closest friends reveals the perpetually shifting nature of personal relationships in Digimon: The Movie director Mamoru Hosoda's warmhearted fantasy.

Overview

When a typical young high school girl discovers that she has the unique ability to traverse space and time, her efforts to use the power as a means of preserving the relationships she shares with her closest friends reveals the perpetually shifting nature of personal relationships in Digimon: The Movie director Mamoru Hosoda's warmhearted fantasy.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/26/2011
UPC:
0669198803833
Original Release:
2006
Source:
Bandai
Region Code:
A1
Time:
1:38:00

Special Features

Main feature with storyboards ; Audio commentary with Mamoru Hosoda (director), Riisa Naka (Makoto), Takuya Ishida (Chiaki) and Mitsutaka Itakura (Kousuke); Audio commentary with Mamoru Hosoda (Director), Toshihiko Ito (assistant director), and Hiroyuki Aoyama (animation director); Direction file (a talk with the director, Mamoru Hosoda); Premiere event in Tokyo ; Behind the scenes at premiere event ; Hanako Oku "Garnet" music video ; Theatrical trailer ; Promo clip

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Riisa Naka Makoto Konno
Takuya Ishida Chiaki Mamiya
Ayami Kakiuchi Yuri Hayakawa
Sachie Hara Kosuke Yoshiyama
Mitsutaka Itakuru Kosuke Tsuda
Mitsuki Tanimura Kaho Fujitani
Yuki Sekido Miyuki Konno
Fumihiko Tachiki Fukushima-sensei
Kaitou Takayuki Sorita
Andou Midori Mother
Uesugi Moriko Shihori Yokohari
Sekimi Nowake Sonoka Matsuoka
Katsura Utawaka Father

Technical Credits
Mamoru Hosoda Director
Tsuguhiko Kadokawa Executive Producer
Shigeru Nishiyama Editor
Satoko Okudera Screenwriter
Yuichiro Saito Producer
Yoshihiro Tomita Cinematographer
Takashi Watanabe Producer
Nizo Yamamoto Art Director
Kyoshi Yoshida Score Composer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Girl Who Leapt Through Time
2. Opening - Passageway of Time [6:21]
3. Time Waits for no One [5:04]
4. Bad Afternoon [3:59]
5. Afternoon at the Museum [2:09]
6. I Can Fly! [5:44]
7. I Can Beat Anyone at Anything [4:52]
8. Best Luck [2:43]
9. Fork in the Road [4:55]
10. Incident During Recess [4:17]
11. What's Going on? [5:59]
12. Guidance Counseling [3:26]
13. Volunteer Club [6:22]
14. Borrowing the Bicycle [5:24]
15. Railroad Crossing [5:17]
16. Two [6:58]
17. Til Tomorrow [4:08]
18. Zero-One [3:35]
19. Run Looking Forward [3:10]
20. Jet Stream [6:42]
21. Summer Sky [2:19]
22. Ending [4:37]

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The Girl Who Leapt Through Time 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Ryosuke26 More than 1 year ago
I first watched this at a club activity and was pleasantly surprised to find a very sweet and sincere story about being a high school girl who ends up in love with her friend. The characters are extremely likable and engaging, and really help suck you into the story. The sci-fi is light and not off-putting at all when it comes to the time traveling. Also, the art is refreshing, personally I was reminded of "Fooly Cooly," and there are some beautifully done scenes in terms of animation. It might help to know that this film is a sort of sequel to the original Japanese light novels which starred this heroine's "Aunty-Witch." The depictions of the Japanese school system are the most true to life I've ever witnessed in an anime too, so it's a pretty good showcase of school culture. All in all, it's a very good movie and I'm very happy to own the DVD now. Oh right, it's not necessarily shoujo genre, I know quite a few guys who really enjoyed watching it, and were actually the most "moved" at the ending. The girls in the club I watched it with felt that they really understood the film and that the heroine was a positive portrayal of an average girl. You should definitely add this to your anime collection! (Watching in the Japanese dub is best, but the English dub did alright.)
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