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GARDEN OF WORDS / KOTONOHA NO NIWA (2013) Movie Trailer

Garden of Words Kotonoha no niwa
Written by Rollo Tomasi

Garden of Words Kotonoha no niwa

Garden of Words Trailer. Makoto Shinkai’s Garden of Words / Kotonoha no niwa (2013) movie trailer stars Miyu Irino and Kana Hanazawa. Garden of Words‘ plot synopsis: “We have met, for each of us to walk forward. Takao, who is training to become a shoemaker, skipped school and is sketching shoes in a Japanese-style garden. He meets a mysterious woman, Yukino, who is older than him. Then, without arranging the times, the two start to see each other again and again, but only on rainy days. They deepen their relationship and open up to each other. But the end of the rainy season soon approaches…”

The animation looks beautiful in this film.

On the people behind the scenes:

Kenichi Tsuchiya is designing the characters and overseeing the animation process. Hiroshi Takiguchi is serving as the art director, and Daisuke Kashiwa is composing the music…Motohiro Hata contributes the theme song “Rain” with lyrics and music by Senri Oe.

On the emotional concepts in the film:

Shinkai previously wrote that The Garden of Words will be his first story about love in the traditional Japanese meaning of the word. Originally, “love” was written as “lonely sadness” (koi), and, according to Shinkai, the modern concept of “love” (ai) was imported from the West. While his new film is set in the modern era, it will be about koi in the original “lonely sadness” meaning — of longing for someone in solitude.

Watch Garden of Words movie trailer and leave your thoughts on it below in the comments section. For more Garden of Words photos, videos, and information, visit our Garden of Words Page, subscribe to us by Email, “follow” us on Twitter or “like” us on FacebookGarden of Words will be released in limited Japan theaters on May 31, 2013.

Source: Animenewsnetwork, Affenheimtheater

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Rollo Tomasi

A Political Science and MBA grad who started FilmBook during an eCommerce B-School course in 2008. Cinema and TV addict. Former writer at Empire Movies, Blogcritics, and Alternative Film Guide. In addition to writing for FilmBook, he also edits the copy published on the website, manages its writing staff, manages the back-end operations, site finances, its social network accounts, and works with publicists, actors, and companies on press coverage and promotions.

  • Jay

    Japanese animated movies are the bestttt<3

  • Rollo Tomasi

    Agreed.