Whisper Of The Heart

Whisper Of The Heart
Whisper Of The Heart

Year

1995

Duration

111 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family, Romance

Language

Japanese

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Synopsis

Romance can spring from the unlikeliest source, as the heroine of this charming anime tale discovers. She's Shizuku, a 14-year-old Japanese girl who's mad about reading and writing stories. Hanging out in the library one day, she notices that the same boy has checked out every book she chooses. So who is this "Prince of Books"? Shizuku soon learns that first impressions can be deceptive, when she gets to know Seiji and he teaches her to follow both her heart and her dreams.

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This film has a few uses of mild bad language.

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