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Old 2007-02-21, 13:22   Link #181
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Does anyone know what the released sub will have as its title? Has subs been released already?

I've not touched anime in months, but this is something worth watching.
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Old 2007-02-21, 14:17   Link #182
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One of the probable groups to fansub this had this to say a couple of days ago:

"While the shitty streaming video raw for 5cm is out, we will not be releasing a subbed version until we get a decent source. I will say that it is totally awesome, and it is so pretty that I am now legally blind."

I ditto on the 'legally blind' part....
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Old 2007-02-21, 16:27   Link #183
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There's a fairly literal sub out already, by a group called "Bikasuishin," with the title: "Byousoku 5cm - Oukashou."

EDIT: Many thanks to the subber! I don't mind the video quality at all. Better will come later. What I've seen of the sub looks pretty accurate to me.
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Old 2007-02-21, 18:09   Link #184
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Yes, the guy who did the translation that I gave earlier released the English sub. I went and timed his translation by myself, but then I couldn't figure out how to put the two together.

Still, for a stream and being kind of small, the art is so, so pretty. I can't wait to see it in all its full screen HD glory. How long do you will it take to get licensed in R1?
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Old 2007-02-21, 18:26   Link #185
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i just saw this thing like 5 seconds ago and it was just beatiful shinkai amazes me again i couldnt even understand what they were saying but with the liitle i did and visual aid i think o got a general grasp of the story but i didnt care that much about what they were sayin i was just to amazed by the beauty of all the imagery the animation is just beatiful every second

the story is so simple and short about two friends that are separated by distance and time and one day decide to reunite but the way shikani presents the movie with all the animaniton imagery backgrounds and what not this movie is just great and i actually ALMOST started to cry when the two of them saw each other in the subway station(is it okay for a 15 year old male to ALMOST cry over something like this).

i can't wait for the entire three episodes nad the subs cause i only understood like 0.05% of what they said

anyways is the next episode abaout takkakki(spelled it wrong) and the other girl(i dunno her name) cause the preview had like different chracters??????
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Old 2007-02-21, 18:52   Link #186
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As a 49 year old father of two male teens, I'd be a bit worried about you if you didn't find the situation emotional and respond to it.

The series consists of three separate short stories -- I'm still not quite clear on the connections between them, if any.
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Old 2007-02-22, 01:34   Link #187
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Excellent. Thanks for the update regarding the sub situation.

It's just so strange that it's not properly indexed.. plus it's hard to know what title the sub will be released under. This will be the first anime I'll watch in months.. and what better than a Shinkai work.
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Old 2007-02-22, 01:45   Link #188
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The series consists of three separate short stories -- I'm still not quite clear on the connections between them, if any.
Spoiler:
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Old 2007-02-22, 02:21   Link #189
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actually ALMOST started to cry when the two of them saw each other in the subway station(is it okay for a 15 year old male to ALMOST cry over something like this).
The moment you watched this has already made you a winner over all the other 15-year-olds who are more busy watching Naruto and whatnots. ^^;

The train station scene was quite powerful for me as well, there were no words, no dialogue, yet it really loosened those tear ducts... (´・ω・`)

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The series consists of three separate short stories -- I'm still not quite clear on the connections between them, if any.
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...Something like that, I guess?

Edit: runpsicat beat me to it, ah well. ^^;
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Old 2007-02-22, 03:41   Link #190
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Too bad we won't learn anything new about the surfer dudette for some months now, until the DVD comes out.

I rather doubt that Yahoo! will do another such internet broadcast (which was, by the way, a brilliant way to induce people to want to watch it in the cinemas). 8)
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Old 2007-02-22, 06:38   Link #191
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I just watched Episode 1 of 5 Centimeter per Second. I still cannt understand how could I miss such a god-like show in the first place. Now, I am not going to say too much about the animation quality and how touching the story is since good words are already repeated thousands times and my poor English is too far from enough to express my feelings. I am waiting for the next two eps. Hope they will be as good as the 1st ep in both animation quality and plots.
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Old 2007-02-22, 12:21   Link #192
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Having watched the streaming file, I have to say Makoto Shinkai's animation backgrounds are lush and gorgeous. But, for the first time the girl seemed a little stronger than the guy in his plot. Still way too emotional for me though...

And is it just me, or is the same guy going to be featured in all three episodes?
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Old 2007-02-22, 15:44   Link #193
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There's a fairly literal sub out already, by a group called "Bikasuishin," with the title: "Byousoku 5cm - Oukashou."
EDIT: Many thanks to the subber! I don't mind the video quality at all. Better will come later. What I've seen of the sub looks pretty accurate to me.
He also made an .SSA file available on his site which can be used with the raw, I've been using that so haven't looked at the mkv release he put out on the torrents, however since the mkv fansub is only 2/3 the size of the original wmv file I assume he recoded it so softsubbing the original raw may give better quality. The SSA file has been updated so should be the same as used in his torrented release.

Does anyone know when part 2 comes out?

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But, for the first time the girl seemed a little stronger than the guy in his plot.
I thought the girl was the stronger one in Hoshi no Koe too, after all she undertakes a huge mission whilst the bloke just stays at home and mopes.
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Old 2007-02-22, 16:44   Link #194
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Does anyone know when part 2 comes out?
The release of Part 1 on streaming video for a few days was a marketing move for the movie which will be in Japanese theatres on 3 March 2007. The whole movie will only be available on DVD/Blu-Ray/HD-DVD later. That's when you'll get to watch Parts 2 and 3 after the fansubbing groups getting a copy of the movie.
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Old 2007-02-22, 20:41   Link #195
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Any word about the OST, peeps? I want that damn piano song.

It's emotional, and maybe I'm slightly detached from it because Shinkai seems to be headed to melodrama. My qualm is the sometimes jarring pace where it skips from one scene to the next and next and next so quickly. Here's to March 2007, though.. and meanwhile I recede again.

Anyone with information on the OST please reply though.
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Old 2007-02-24, 11:39   Link #196
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For people not very good with metric units, I would just like to note that 5cm/second = 0.1mph.

However the Japanese are rumoured to be developing a much more efficient variety of cherry tree whose blossom petals have negligible air resistance and in consequence hit the ground at speeds of up to 10metres/sec (20mph). There’s progress for you! In future the cherry blossom wave will be more of a thud.
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Old 2007-02-24, 18:47   Link #197
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The release of Part 1 on streaming video for a few days was a marketing move for the movie which will be in Japanese theatres on 3 March 2007. The whole movie will only be available on DVD/Blu-Ray/HD-DVD later. That's when you'll get to watch Parts 2 and 3 after the fansubbing groups getting a copy of the movie.
The official site has a "special feature appearance period" listed as 2006/7/10-2007/6/30, any idea what that means? Would the last date be the end of the theater run (supposedly soon followed by the DVD)?

Regarding the earlier discussion about "real" movies that use cinematography turn the ordinary into extraordinary, I'd recommend checking out Andrei Tarkovski's The Mirror and Chris Marker's Sans Soleil.
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Old 2007-02-24, 18:55   Link #198
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The official site has a "special feature appearance period" listed as 2006/7/10-2007/6/30, any idea what that means? Would the last date be the end of the theater run (supposedly soon followed by the DVD)?
No, that just states how long Yahoo! Japan will host special content pertaining to 5cm/s.
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Old 2007-02-24, 22:36   Link #199
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Wow, that kicked my ass and left me for dead by the side of the road.

There's been so much linguistic blood spilled over the visual brilliance of this piece that I won't even bother adding my meager praise to the pile - suffice to say, it was stunning. But here's a kudo for the storytelling. I have a real love for the pure, uncomplicated and simply moving story of everyday life, and this fit the bill. Really, at no time in life is love so pure as it is when we're this age - the story was a simple drama played out on this simple palette, with the visual plays of light and shadow soaring in the background. If you want to know why people love animation as art, you need look no further.
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Old 2007-02-26, 04:02   Link #200
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The popular Japanese movie review site 超映画批評 has given 5 centimeters per second an 85/100, quite an impressive score by the site's standard.

It seems like the movie's portrayal of a man's straight yet complicated feeling of affection towards his first love hit a good note with Maeda-san, who loved the human drama of the movie, on top of the beautiful artworks.

One interesting line,
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短編とはいえこの60分間は、凡百のアニメ作品の何本分にも匹敵するほどの価値があろう。とくに、第三話タ イトルバックからの数分間は、ゾクゾクするほどの感動を得ることができる。
"Although it's a short story, the 60 minutes it lasted probably carried enough value to rival many pieces of your everyday anime creations. In particular, the few minutes past episode 3's title display can move you to a point of giving you shudders."

Bloody teaser...
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