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  • Weathering With You is Makoto Shinkai's follow-up to Your Name. 1 / 9

  • It's an anime romance with a surprisingly upsetting ending. 2 / 9

  • Hina sacrifices herself to stop floods, but Hodaka saves her... and the floods continue. 3 / 9

  • This selfishness causing climate change is disturbing, but the movie plays it romantically. 4 / 9

  • This sort of dilemma feels better suited to horror, like Cabin in the Woods. 5 / 9

  • Ponyo similarly mixed natural disasters with levity, but had a less solipsistic perspective. 6 / 9

  • Weathering With You's constant product placement makes its potential anti-environmentalist subtexts suspect. 7 / 9

  • Is Weathering With You trivializing climate change, or representing its true horror? 8 / 9

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