Junkers Come Here

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Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Yookasu Come Here, Junkers Come Home
Japanese: ユンカース・カム・ヒア


Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 18, 1995
Studios: Triangle Staff
Source: Novel
Genres: Award WinningAward Winning, DramaDrama
Duration: 1 hr. 39 min.
Rating: G - All Ages

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Score: 7.101 (scored by 24412,441 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #37432
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #7458
Members: 6,999
Favorites: 7

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Synopsis

Sixth grade student Hiromi Nozawa leads a troubled life. With her parents frequently absent due to work, one of her only companions is her talking dog, Junkers. Though Hiromi puts on a brave face for the public, the stark reality is that she is heavily stressed, and she shares this side of herself only with Junkers.

After hearing that her parents are considering divorce, Hiromi's stress reaches an all-time high; at this time, Junkers reveals that he has the ability to make three miracles occur. Given the potential of this newfound power, Hiromi must wish carefully—as obtaining what she thinks she wants may end up hurting those she cares about most.

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Background

Junkers Come Here won the Best Animation Film award at the Mainichi Film Awards in 1995.

Characters & Voice Actors

Takashi

Supporting
Tajima, Yuya
Japanese

Atsushi

Supporting
Sugata, Daisuke
Japanese

Crossing Guard

Supporting
Takahashi, Hiroko
Japanese

Kazuko

Supporting
Iizuka, Mayumi
Japanese

Nozawa, Suzuko

Supporting
Konno, Misako
Japanese

Staff

Satou, Junichi
Director
Iso, Mitsuo
Key Animation


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"Real You, Another You" by Naoto Kine
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Ending Theme

"Winter Comes Around" by Akiko Hioki




Reviews

Jan 21, 2014
This is an anime for all the latchkey kids out there. This is an anime for everyone that has sat alone at an empty table eating microwaved dinners night after lonesome night. This is an anime for all the people that grew up in broken families, where stony silences and frigid stares were the main means of communicating. And this, sadly, is an anime for me, someone who spent the majority of his childhood, desperately trying to reconcile two hostile parents that couldn't stand to be in the same room as one another. I too spent many late nights waiting to hear that car ...
Nov 1, 2012
This heartwarming family film focuses on a young girl named Hiromi dealing with the complications within her family alongside her pet talking dog, Junkers. The film believably deals with the issues of divorce and parental absence that effect Hiromi in this film, issues that you wouldn't find touched upon in many family or children's films. Both of Hiromi's parents have areas of work that require them to have days to weeks at a time away from home and Hiromi is normally cared for by her tutor and family maid. While the young girl puts on the facade of not minding the work of her family, ...
Mar 10, 2010
Junkers, Come Here encompasses everything that is great about animation.

The movie sticks close to the reality we know and avoids topical and epochal content while still using animation effectively to depict scenes that would otherwise be difficult, expensive, or uncanny in other media. While the story it tells is typical, the writing, soundwork, and pacing of the scenes demonstrate mastery of craft. While neither being a dramatic film nor a comedy, Junkers manages to constantly deliver scenes which are wholeheartedly funny, moving, and entertaining. The characters and story deliberately avoid feeling artificial, and even with the inclusion of a talking dog, the movie's universe feels ...

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Poll: Junkers Come Here Episode 1 Discussion
greebo - Apr 9, 2017
3 repliesby FMmatron »»
Jun 1, 2022 1:29 PM
So what did you think of the movie?
Retro8bit - Apr 7, 2009
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Aug 23, 2018 3:47 PM