Where can I see Your Name.?
- Format: DVD, Region 1
- Number of Disc: 1
- Genre: Kids Movie
- Starring: Michael Sinterniklaas, Stephanie Sheh, Laura Post
- Studio: Funimation
- Language and Subtitles: English
Is Your Name. out on DVD?
Two strangers find themselves linked in a bizarre way. When a connection forms, will distance be the only thing to keep them apart? Mitsuha is the daughter of the mayor of a small mountain town. She’s a straightforward high school girl who lives with her sister and her grandmother and has no qualms about letting it be known that she’s uninterested in Shinto rituals or helping her father’s electoral campaign. Instead she dreams of leaving the boring town and trying her luck in Tokyo. Taki is a high school boy in Tokyo who works part-time in an Italian restaurant and aspires to become an architect or an artist. Every night he has a strange dream where he becomes…a high school girl in a small mountain town.
What is the release date for Your Name.?
Your Name is a 2016 Japanese animated romantic fantasy film produced by CoMix Wave Films and released by Toho. It depicts a high school boy in Tokyo and a high school girl in the Japanese countryside who suddenly and inexplicably begin to swap bodies. The film was commissioned in 2014, written and directed by Makoto Shinkai. It features the voices of Ryunosuke Kamiki and Mone Kamishiraishi, with animation direction by Masashi Ando, character design by Masayoshi Tanaka, and its orchestral score and soundtrack composed by Radwimps. A light novel of the same name, also written by Shinkai, was published a month prior the film’s premiere.
Where can I buy Your Name. DVD?
Your Name premiered at the 2016 Anime Expo in Los Angeles on July 3, 2016, and was theatrically released in Japan on August 26, 2016, and in the United States on April 7, 2017. It received generally favorable reviews, with praise for the animation, music, and emotional weight. The film grossed over US$380.15 million worldwide. The film won Best Animated Feature Film at 49th Sitges Film Festival, the 2016 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards, and the 71st Mainichi Film Awards, and was nominated for Best Animation of the Year at the 40th Japan Academy Prize. A live-action remake by Paramount Pictures set in the United States is currently in development.