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A Silent Voice - Collectors Combi [Blu-ray]
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Shoya Ishida starts bullying the new girl in class, Shoko Nishimiya, because she is deaf. But as the teasing continues, the rest of the class starts to turn on Shoya for his lack of compassion. When they leave elementary school, Shoko and Shoya do not speak to each other again... Until an older, wiser Shoya, tormented by his past behaviour, decides he must see Shoko once more. He wants to atone for his sins, but is it already too late...? Contains the film on Blu-Ray and DVD with both the English dub and the original Japanese track with English subtitles. Presented in Collectors packaging.
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It's a neat film. Not as awesome as 'Your Name' though, but still a fine work of art. I would probably rank it somewhere around the same rank as 'The Tale of Princess Kaguya.'
You've got to be kidding me if you're selling the Collector's Edition of this film at 49.99 GBP (the price at the time of writing). It's a very decent film, but the price is a rip-off, especially that no soundtrack or artbook are included. If nothing changes in the future, I think the standard blu-ray (currently priced at 19.99 GBP) will do just fine.
Now, film review.
The story is very touching - though sometimes you can't help but feel it's a bit too exaggerated, i.e. Overly dramatic. The characters are nice but I feel like most supporting characters do not have many dimensions enough, given the length of the film. (However, the female protagonist is very likeable.)
The soundtrack is decent, but forgettable. It's not the kind that gets you to search in the web or run into a cd store as soon as the end credit rolls, though it does its job in the film.
Artwork and graphics are nicely done. They're nowhere near Shinkai or Ghibli's standards, but they still never fail to convey to you the heartwarming mood of the story. Sometimes you just feel like you're taking a journey into someone's childhood and adolescent memories, which is probably what the filmmakers intended anyway.
The best part is the Japanese dubbing. It's extremely well done, especially the female protagonist. (Yes, she occasionally speaks at certain crucial points in the film, and whenever she does, it's guaranteed to bring you tears.Read more ›