PG | | Animation, Action, Adventure
A student tries to fix a problem he accidentally caused in OZ, a digital world, while pretending to be the fiancé of his friend at her grandmother's 90th birthday.
The grandmother's birthday, August 1st, is a clear reference to Odaiba Day, a holiday celebrated within the Digimon fandom that is recognized and acknowledged by many Digimon media producers. The director to Summer Wars, Mamoru Hosada, has a history with working on and directing Digimon media, most notably a movie he directed, "Digimon Adventure: Our War Game" (localized theatrically outside of Japan as "Digimon: The Movie") which shares a very similar art style, themes, and plot points to Summer Wars.
To my family. // First, take yourselves a deep breath. Crying and carrying on doesn't help anything. Make my funeral arrangement a simple affair, just our close friends, and then go back to your day-to-day lives. I don't have anything to leave you ...
The coordinates shown on screen by the satellite probe would put the castle more than 53 kilometers away from the center of Ueda-city and wouldn't even be in the Nagano-prefecture. It would then be the closest to the Agatsuma district in the Gunma prefecture.
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