Eiga Koe No Katachi Mitgliederstatistik
Mitreißende Verfilmung des gleichnamigen Mangas über Mobbing und dessen Folgen: Dass eine neue Schülerin in seine Klasse kommt, ist für Shoya nichts Besonderes. Doch dann erfährt er, dass Shoko taub ist und mobbt das Mädchen deswegen. Als er. A Silent Voice (Tagline: The Movie, Originaltitel: 映画 聲の形 Eiga Koe no Katachi, übersetzbar als Die Form der Stimme – Der Film, Alternativtitel: The Shape of. A Silent Voice (japanisch 聲の形, Koe no Katachi, dt. „Die Form der Stimme“) ist ein Manga von Juli ↑ Kazé lizenziert „Eiga Koe no Katachi“. aniSearch. A Silent Voice (Anime)Eiga Koe no Katachi / 映画 聲の形. Übersicht · Streams · Forum · Bewertungen · Merchandise. TypFilm; Episoden1 (~ min). von 58 Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für "Koe no Katachi". Überspringen und zu Haupt-Suchergebnisse gehen. Amazon Prime. GRATIS-Versand durch.
von 58 Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für "Koe no Katachi". Überspringen und zu Haupt-Suchergebnisse gehen. Amazon Prime. GRATIS-Versand durch. Mitreißende Verfilmung des gleichnamigen Mangas über Mobbing und dessen Folgen: Dass eine neue Schülerin in seine Klasse kommt, ist für Shoya nichts Besonderes. Doch dann erfährt er, dass Shoko taub ist und mobbt das Mädchen deswegen. Als er. Seelen tatsächlich heilen können? Genre: Comedy, Drama, Psychological, Romance, School, Shounen. A Silent Voice Koe no Katachi The Shape of Voice.
Es la hermana menor de Shouko. Al principio, Shouya piensa que ella es el novio de Nishimiya. Ella es bastante sobreprotectora con su hermana y odia a todos los que la hicieron sufrir en la primaria, en especial a Shouya, pero al ver que ha cambiado, deja de odiarlo y se convierte en su amiga, llegando a pasar mucho tiempo en su casa.
En pago a ese favor, recupera la bicicleta de Shouya, abandonada en un campo de arroz. Es un chico gordo y bajo de estatura, en palabras de Yuzuru, con un peinado sexualmente sugestivo.
Su deseo es convertirse en profesor para educar a los hijos de sus amigos. Abuela de Shouko y Yuzuru.
Ella es quien procura por el bienestar de Shouko y Yuzuru en la ausencia de su madre por el trabajo.
Es un amigo de Shouya durante la escuela primaria, con quien realizaba sus "pruebas de valor". Es el profesor del grupo de Shouya y Nishimiya durante la primaria.
Es la hija de la hermana mayor de Shouya y sobrina suya. Es la primera hija de la madre de Shouya, hermana mayor de este y madre de Maria.
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Is it violent Action, an awe-inspiring Adventure in a foreign place, the gripping life of a Detective, a slapstick Comedy, an Ecchi Harem anime, a SciFi epic, or some Fantasy travelling adventure?
This often only reaches to the extent of cross-dressing involving physical appearance and clothing only , but in rarer cases, involves a total gender swap which seems to be more common in anime - where the willing or unwilling victim receives a body opposite of their original gender either permanently or temporarily , with all natural parts per their new body fully or just all-out amply included.
This is given as the original work credit in the OP. Mostly of academic interest, but a useful bit of info, hinting at the possible depth of story.
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These are only but a few of the more typical backgrounds for anime plots. Add to that a Conspiracy setting with a possible tragic outcome, the Themes span most of the imaginable subject matter relevant to anime.
The much too early death was due to sickness or accident. This plot device adds a certain degree of tragedy to the anime and usually has repercussions on the rest of the family: Possibly the grieve-stricken mother and children barely function as humans.
Or adding emphasis to the overall financial predicament of the family, should the father have been the money earner.
The ghost of the old friendship will be the cause of many flashbacks and reminiscences. A dreaded face to face could be a major event or just used as plot device.
For the older viewers a college setting with more mature real-life problems is appropriate. And since clubs take up so much time in the lives of students, these are obviously also important.
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Amateur singing to subtitled music videos. The word itself is a compound of the Japanese words for "empty orchestra". The protagonist or any other character caught a cold so his friends go visit him.
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Japanese 4 A character originating from the island nation of Japan. Duration: 21 May — 21 June introvert 1 Introverts are people whose energy tends to expand through reflection and dwindle during interaction.
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Everybody's already given good, detailed descriptions, so I'll just say: It's really good, really beautiful, and really moving.
Must see for me. Go watch! A movie with really beautiful visuals and good music. It's a pure rollercoaster of emotions which made me cry quite a bit.
I simply didn't get a lot of the emotions and reasons of some happenings in the movie. So what do you do in that case?
That naturally explains why there are huge holes in the plot since it seemingly only shows a fraction of the original story.
Since I love drama and it's really utterly beautiful I enjoyed watching it nevertheless. I might have to read the manga series before watching it again though to enjoy it fully.
Really a must see movie. A wonderful, heartbraking and sometimes breathetaking story. Breathtaking and masterpiece story. I don't know what to say, just do yourself a favor and watch this movie.
You thank me later. Reviews add review. Rating: 7. Approval: Review Your Name was still buzzing around with its record-breaking streak and the audience already picked another all-time winner movie: Eiga Koe no Katachi, also known as A Silent Voice.
Of course the buzz was not as powerful as in Your Name, but an impressive reception always makes us raise an eyebrow.
Is this really that good? Ishida Shouya is a young man in the path of suicide. He was a bully, a boy who took his pranks too far against Nishimiya Shouko, a deaf schoolmate of his.
Bullying her, however, proved to be a fatal blow in Ishida's relationship with every other friend, and since then he became a sad stale teenager with no friends and incapable of approaching others.
This, however, changes as he decides to return an old communication book used by Shouko as part of his suicidal ritual.
A school tale Sadly, A Silent Voice is once again a tale about teenagers in school and their dramas. This time though, we deal with an issue that is somewhat rare in the industry: deafness and socialization.
Shouko, the deaf girl, is severely bullied by her schoolmates as she tries to integrate their group. The children mock her when she tries to speak, talk behind her back, and stage many pranks where her deafness makes her vulnerable.
Shouya is the major bully in this case, a wild boy incapable of understanding the problem Shouko faces and taking the pranks to extremes.
And there's a lot in there That's quite a serious topic, and a heavy one. Not only because Shouko is bullied, but because socialization is a key challenge to people with deafness.
Being incapable of hearing can seem "ok" for us normal people, but it creates a lot of problems when it comes to befriending others, being part of a group, and learning alongside them.
These difficulties can only be surpassed with a lot of help and effort of everyone involved, and when this turns into a bully case, damn, the results can be awful.
Redemption Shouya, however, is a changing man. After meeting Shouko once again he decides to attempt to approach her, befriend her, and face his bully past in search of something he can cling on.
He overcomes his will to die and starts an effort to redeem himself, which leads him towards his old friends and those who also mocked Shouko back in those years.
And it's beautiful This tale of redemption, love, and friendship is not only charming due to its issues and traumas, but also because the show looks impressively cute.
These guys are amazing, I got to give that to them. A Silent Voice is brimming with colors, sweet scenery, and a masterful atmosphere.
It looks generic in regards of character design, yes, but that is passable when you have a powerful drama dealt in a good way.
It may get too heavy on teen angst The topic is heavy. It deals with suicidal attempts, bully, a person with real problems to socialize, and a lot of your everyday teenage stupid behavior.
This last factor though, can get on your nerves, especially because some of the characters don't seem to have any reason to be the jerks they are.
Things worsens when the adults rarely get a say in this tale, as if they were completely absent with the exception of a few scenes where Shouko's and Shouya's mothers are playing in.
Maybe because of that the sadness of the tale get a little nerfed and you won't exactly be shedding tears in the dramatic parts, although you can still be quite affected by them.
Comments Once again the hype is above the tolerable standards, but A Silent Voice is a solid movie tackling a serious issue and with a matching tone.
There's enough drama to make Shouko's problems look like the real problems they are. There's a charming romance going on.
There's a decent cast of annoying teenagers acting like stupid teenagers do. Well, there's a lot of what it needs to have considering what this is about.
It can even trick you into thinking this was not made by them, except for the scenes where the cutie-atmosphere overwhelms everything else.
Anyway, the hype may not be truly earned, but A Silent Voice does a beating into many similar teenage slice-of-life.
Its theme is a much more approachable one, especially if you can give it the weight it has, which may mean you know someone who is deaf at least indirectly.
If you enjoyed Your Name, you may take this as a more grounded version of it, without all the nonsense and magical mumble-jumble.
Rating: 8. So first of all. Here is two things: 1. I don't value a movie on hype or lack there of. Hype is just the marketing department of a company doing their job right, it has basically nothing to do with a product itself.
I don't compare an anime to its manga or light novel or whatever its source material is. A movie has to stand on its own.
Is it a an enjoyable experience? At first glance, this movie may be about a girl being bullied because she is deaf. So maybe a story about bullies and their victims, right?
But it goes deeper than that. Yes, the film tackles topics like inclusion and coming of age, but is mostly a story about self forgiveness and how hard it is to achieve.
This is where the movie really shines, because it is not just about a bully and his victim, but instead about growing as a human person, accepting that different people just can't stand you and probably never will and you can still coexist with these people.
No major character is one dimensional, everyone has his or her own agenda and acts in a way that benefits their self image.
In other words, the characters feel alive. This movie had a message and it told it properly without insulting the intelligence of the viewer.
A feat many western productions could learn a thing or two about. As far as production value goes, there is nothing to complain there.
It's colorful, it's well animated, it's fluid. So, is Eiga Koe no Katachi worth checking out? I would say definitively yes, because it takes at least a closer look at the topic at hand and has the production value to back it up.
Rating: 5. I am of course not going to evaluate it based on how much I cried, which is what everybody else is using these days as evidence of quality; the more he cries the better a movie is apparently.
Unless boredom can be included, which would count against it. The reason for that is simple. Was it looked into better than usual? Yes it did, since it had repercussions.
Do you what I did? I kicked the crap out of the bullies and then they left me alone. But then again that was a different time and a different generation.
We were all manly men doing manly things back then, and not the current oversensitive 21 year old manchildren this movie was made for.
What we get instead of a glorious post apocalyptic story about cyborgs and transhumanism, is a deaf girl that is cute and shy so everybody would want to protect that smile, regardless of her not having any talents or much of a personality.
Oh, and she also tries to kill herself because of first world problems… in high school. And if I have to use the word improbable, means that the whole thing is cheap, forced, and there is nothing real about it.
The characters are not relatable, they are just cute and cry a lot and you cry along with them regardless of how unbearably sappy the whole thing is.
We are not even given any reason for why the bully and its victim had feelings for each other. I mean, why would you love the guy who tortures you?
Unless the Stockholm syndrome can be used as head canon, this whole thing is there for forced drama. And I might as well inform you that from personal experience dealing with deaf people is exhausting.
I had a friend who was gradually losing his hearing as time went on. We reached a point where I had to be yelling the same thing 3 times.
It was such a bother I stopped talking to him after awhile. But hey, look on the bright side. Well done A Silent Voice, you are the least awful of these three.
Rating: 4. Before starting this review I want to clarify that it's going to be a heavily comparison against the manga that the movie is based on, so be warned.
This movie destroyed the real story of the manga and its characters. The anime took so many shortcuts and removed so many good parts from the manga and I can understand that to some extent, it's impossible to fit 7 volumes and turn them into one single movie of 2 hours, but they not only cut trivial parts and changed pretty much every single scene but also removed important ones and made decisions on the characters too, changing them completely.
By doing so you can't understand their behavior or motivations, how everyone was suffering in their on way and that was what led them to act as they did.
I hate giving out spoilers or important ones and I believe that if I need to spoils big parts of the plot to make the reader understand why something is bad I'm failing in my review so I'm going to explain just a few scenes that wont give away any actual plot or spoil you anything but will make you understand why this "rewriting" of each scene was bad.
For example when Ishida goes to visit Nishimiya for the first time he asks her if they cannot be friends and when he realizes what he just said he enters in some stupid "oh crap what did I just say!
Why any sane person would slap his own face in front of another one, specially in that situation, this doesn't make any sense In the manga however when he goes to see Nishimiya for the first time in YEARS every single image of him bullying her comes to his mind, how bad was his life in the last past 5 years, what he went through, all these emotions burst inside of him and then he sees her passing by so he starts crying, he slaps himself in the face to suppress it because he doesn't want to be seen in that state by her but he DOESN'T do it IN FRONT OF HER, she doesn't even know he is there at that point.
In the movie Ishida's mother goes to apologize to Nishimiya's mother, she comes back with her ear bleeding and this makes us assume that, either Ishida's mother hurt herself like he did with Nishimiya when he was bullying her or Nishimiya's mother did it to her as a way of compensation for Ishida's actions?
Either way it makes no sense I don't even need to say that this doesn't happen in the manga Every single scene of the movie is like that, it was rewritten for no purpose and ruined in the process of doing so, when in fact there was no need in doing so, no time constrains no nothing, it was dulled out or just plain dumber.
Every character in the manga has its own thing going on, their own issues that they can't resolve and so the rely in behaving in certain way, Ishida's doesn't find a meaning to his life, he is bored all the time so he is constantly pushing his life into the edge to find that excitement which leads him to be a jerk and even a bully, this is not portrayed clearly or at all in the movie, he just acts like a kid that is kinda of a jerk and nothing more.
Sahara is not able to confront her own problems so she escapes hard situations or avoids them completely but she acts that way because she see herself in this kinda distorted way because of her physical appearance