5 Centimeters per Second
Animation • PG • 2007 • 1 hr 3 min
Brilliant drama combined with romance wich woke me up after a long depression.
Great Art work which is mesmerizing that why keeping one more star. Story is complete garbage felt so incomplete.
One of the most beautiful anime movies. Worth just for the art, but has a fantastic yet depressing story to tell as well.
A beautiful animé film about love & intertwining storylines.
By the same director as Your Name and it feels like it. Gorgeous visuals surround the stories of those separated, yet in love.
A visual masterpiece not your typical happily ever after romantic film, much closer to reality.
Depressing but beautiful I just didn't like the song choice around the end.
Very emotional story and amazing visual narrative. Probably would’ve hit me very hard when I was 10-15 years younger
Beautiful and mild. People expecting a complex storyline would not have huge interest on this, but it really does bring out strong emotions.
Another masterpiece from the creator of the anime "Your Name". Some deep and lovely romantic short stories that are highly worth watching.
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