Whimsical girl, equal opportunity food eater, directionally challenged traveler, hopeless romantic idealist.
Extra stars for the story and the last two or so hours of this eight-hour film. I liked the blending of history, mythology, and literature, but I suspect those without much familiarity with some of the three would be hopelessly lost. Depressing, but not emotionally arresting enough—it’s hard to get attached when you’re trying to figure out what is happening all the time. Against the sound backdrop of crickets in the night and the length of this movie, it’s an…
Of course this is such a pretty movie. I cried, I loved the chemistry between the leads, loved the surprises in the movie. However, there seemed to be so many loose ends and screentime spread out over more characters, that I was just left with questions at the end of the movie, even though I was prepared for some ambiguity. Kimi no Nawa is still king.