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A student sets in motion a series of events that could result in the earth colliding with the parallel world.
Director: Mamoru Hosoda
Mamoru Hosada's spectacular follow-up to The Girl Who Leapt Through Time follows the journey of Kenji, a highly intelligent student who is obsessed with a computer-generated, virtual world called OZ. When he follows his heart's desire to a family birthday party he inadvertently sets in motion a series of events that could result in the earth colliding with the prallel world. If you are new to the world of anime then this phenomenal film may be a good starting point.
The film is presented in its original Japanese language with English subtitles.
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