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10th Jun '17 1:19:09 PM Person0123452
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10th Jun '17 1:06:20 PM MarkLungo
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''The Garden of Words'' marks a return to the style Shinkai employed in ''Anime/FiveCentimetersPerSecond'', illustrating how factors such as age may contribute to separation and the loneliness that individuals may experience in their lives. The soundtrack is composed by Daisuke Kashiwa and the film itself is licensed by Creator/SentaiFilmworks.

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''The Garden of Words'' marks a return to the style Shinkai employed in ''Anime/FiveCentimetersPerSecond'', illustrating how factors such as age may contribute to separation and the loneliness that individuals may experience in their lives. The soundtrack is composed by Daisuke Kashiwa and Kashiwa. In the English-speaking world, the film itself is licensed by Creator/SentaiFilmworks.Creator/SentaiFilmworks in the US and Canada, Creator/AnimeLimited in the UK and Ireland, and Creator/MadmanEntertainment in Australia and New Zealand.
10th Jun '17 12:58:19 PM MarkLungo
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''The Garden of Words'' marks a return to the style Shinkai employed in ''Anime/FiveCentimetersPerSecond'', illustrating how factors such as age may contribute to separation and the loneliness that individuals may experience in their lives. The soundtrack is composed by Daisuke Kashiwa and the film itself is licensed by Sentai Filmworks.

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''The Garden of Words'' marks a return to the style Shinkai employed in ''Anime/FiveCentimetersPerSecond'', illustrating how factors such as age may contribute to separation and the loneliness that individuals may experience in their lives. The soundtrack is composed by Daisuke Kashiwa and the film itself is licensed by Sentai Filmworks.Creator/SentaiFilmworks.



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4th Jun '17 12:59:32 PM Person0123452
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* AdultsAreUseless: The adults present in the film do very little to assist Takao; his mother is an often absent ditz chasing romances and contributing little to household finances, and his brother is well meaning but somewhat condescending, and moves out halfway through the film. As for Yukari, despite her age she does not fit in with the adult world, finding herself unable to solve her own problems, and her coworkers did nothing about the rumors that forced her out of the school.

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* AdultsAreUseless: The adults present in the film do very little to assist Takao; his mother is an often absent oft-absent ditz prone to chasing romances and rather than contributing little to household finances, and while his brother is well meaning but somewhat condescending, and moves moving out halfway through the film. As for Yukari, despite Despite her age she age, Yukari does not fit in with the adult world, finding herself unable to solve her own problems, and her coworkers did nothing about the rumors that forced her out of the school.



* HairColorDissonance: Yukari's hair has a green tint to it here, but her cameo in ''Anime/YourName'' makes it clear it's supposed to be black.

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* HairColorDissonance: Yukari's hair has a slight green tint to it here, but she is shown to have black hair during her cameo appearance in ''Anime/YourName'' makes it clear it's supposed to be black.''Anime/YourName''.
31st May '17 4:01:06 AM Occidensill
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* AdultsAreUseless: The adults present in the film do very little to assist Takao; his mother is an often absent ditz chasing romances and contributing little to household finances, and his brother is well meaning but somewhat condescending. As for Yukari, despite her age she does not fit in with the adult world, finding herself unable to solve her own problems.

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* AdultsAreUseless: The adults present in the film do very little to assist Takao; his mother is an often absent ditz chasing romances and contributing little to household finances, and his brother is well meaning but somewhat condescending. condescending, and moves out halfway through the film. As for Yukari, despite her age she does not fit in with the adult world, finding herself unable to solve her own problems.problems, and her coworkers did nothing about the rumors that forced her out of the school.
30th May '17 8:13:44 PM GentlemensDame883
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* HairColorDissonance: Yukari's hair has a green tint to it here, but her cameo in ''Anime/YourName'' makes it clear it's supposed to be black.
5th May '17 4:57:26 PM Person0123452
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* LonelyPianoPiece: As much of the movie focuses on loneliness, all of the soundtrack music (except the catchy credits outro) are lonely piano pieces.

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* LonelyPianoPiece: As much of Save the movie focuses on loneliness, all of ending song, the soundtrack music (except the catchy credits outro) are lonely is composed entirely of melancholy piano pieces.songs that speak of loneliness.
2nd May '17 1:03:04 PM Occidensill
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* AdultsAreUseless: The adults present in the film do very little to assist Takao; his mother is an often absent ditz chasing romances and contributes little to household finances, and his brother is well meaning but somewhat condescending. As for Yukari, despite her age she does not fit in with the adult world, finding herself unable to solve her own problems.

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* AdultsAreUseless: The adults present in the film do very little to assist Takao; his mother is an often absent ditz chasing romances and contributes contributing little to household finances, and his brother is well meaning but somewhat condescending. As for Yukari, despite her age she does not fit in with the adult world, finding herself unable to solve her own problems.
1st May '17 10:35:14 PM Wuz
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* LonelyPianoPiece: As much of the movie focuses on loneliness, all of the soundtrack music (except the catchy credits outro) are lonely piano pieces.
1st May '17 8:00:29 AM Person0123452
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Released in May 2013, ''The Garden of Words'' is the fifth film Creator/MakotoShinkai has directed. The film follows Takao Akizuki, a fifteen-year-old first year high school student in Tokyo aspiring to be a shoemaker. On rainy days, Takao skips his early and spends his time in a garden, Shinjuku Gyoen. During one of his excursions, he encounters Yukari Yukino, a twenty-seven year old woman. As the two encounter each other more frequently, they gradually open up to one another and confide in one another their problems, finding comfort in the other's presence despite their age differences.

''The Garden of Words'' marks a return to the style Shinkai employed in ''Anime/FiveCentimetersPerSecond'', illustrating how factors such as age may contribute to separation and the loneliness that individuals may experience in their lives. The anime is licensed by Sentai Filmworks. The music is composed by Daisuke Kashiwa.

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Released in May 2013, ''The Garden of Words'' is the fifth film Creator/MakotoShinkai has directed. The film follows Takao Akizuki, a fifteen-year-old first year high school student in Tokyo aspiring to be a shoemaker. On rainy days, Takao skips his early morning classes and spends his time in a garden, Shinjuku Gyoen.Gyoen, a Japanese-style garden. During one of his excursions, he encounters Yukari Yukino, a twenty-seven year old woman. As the two encounter each other more frequently, they gradually open up to one another and confide in one another their problems, finding comfort in the other's presence despite their age differences.

''The Garden of Words'' marks a return to the style Shinkai employed in ''Anime/FiveCentimetersPerSecond'', illustrating how factors such as age may contribute to separation and the loneliness that individuals may experience in their lives. The anime soundtrack is composed by Daisuke Kashiwa and the film itself is licensed by Sentai Filmworks. The music is composed by Daisuke Kashiwa.



* AdultsAreUseless: The adults present in the film do very little to assist Takao; his mother is an often absent ditz chasing romances and contributing little to household finances, and his brother is well meaning but somewhat condescending. As for Yukari, despite her age she does not fit in with the adult world, finding herself unable to solve her own problems.

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* AdultsAreUseless: The adults present in the film do very little to assist Takao; his mother is an often absent ditz chasing romances and contributing contributes little to household finances, and his brother is well meaning but somewhat condescending. As for Yukari, despite her age she does not fit in with the adult world, finding herself unable to solve her own problems.
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