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5 Centimeters Per Second Full Eng Sub 1080p

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Published on Dec 25, 2012

"There's an overview of what happens in 5 Cm Per Second on Wikipedia.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/5_Centim...

So basically Takaki and Akari went off to their own ways in the future, with Akari engaged to another man, and Takaki is seemingly on a breakdown and it seems like he still hasn't gotten over the past. At the very end scene though when they crossed each other by the railtracks, they try to look back but is cut in a by a train. Once the train is past, we see that Akari has already left as the train went by symbolising that she has already moved on with her life. I also suppose that it was it was this scene that Takaki has finally moved on as well, as he chose continued walking his way instead of chasing back after her.

We don't really see Kanae though at the end, we only see her waving goodbye to Takaki at the airport, and we see her doing this thing she loves, surfing. So you can assume that she has moved on as well, even though she never had the chance to confess her love for Takaki. She never confessed because she realized that he was searching for something greater than what she can give him.

Basically this isn't your everyday ordinary true love romance where the boy and girl ends up together. Makoto Shinkai, the creator of 5 cm Per Second has always taken on this theme of distant love, desires of maintaning relationships, and the isolating feelings of loneliness. I think it really shows how distant relationships can drift apart easily, if you don't do something to maintain it.

Both Takaki and Akari longed to maintain their relationship, but the reason why they didn't continue to send mails and phone calls was because both of them were scared that the other had forgotten about them. Both Takaki and Akari end up with unsent letters and mail, because they were too afraid of how the other would react. It also shows that how powerful one single letter could be, because IF one of them had the guts to do it, then maybe they'd still have a relationship to this day. It shows that long distant relationships are also take a lot of effort, and it really is true because I myself have a hard time maintaining friendships from the past when I lived in a different place.

I've also found other people/reviewers who's posted things like, at what point is grasping at some thing that you may never reach stop being noble and start being self-inflicted misery? At what point are you giving up before the fight truly started? Are you clinging to memories that are merely holding you back? Is fighting for a noble and impossible ideal running towards something or running away? These are questions that I'm sure many that have watched this movie would like to ask themselves as well. The movie deals with questions like these, in a heartbreaking distant love story." Quote by «αмαиdαα» from Yahoo Answers.

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