Your Name Is? Part III

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1954
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KIMI NO NA WA:

(Always in My Heart)

Part 1 and 2 Summary

On the night of

the air raid

Machiko met Haruki.

They promised to meet

each other six months hence

and said good-bye

on Sukiya Bridge.

Six months passed.

But Machiko did not come.

And a year...

18 months passed

and on a foggy fall night

they finally met at

Sukiya Bridge. However...

Machiko was engaged to

Katsunori Hamaguchi.

Machiko's marriage

was not a happy one.

On a rainy night,

Machiko left Katsunori

and returned to Sado.

But Machiko was pregnant

with Katsunori's child.

Senkaku Bay

I was going to

divorce Hamaguchi.

I vowed never to go back

to that house again.

That was my intention

when I left.

Machiko.

If you want to leave him

that much

I'll never let anyone

have you.

I came here to get you.

Haruki.

What am I to do?

I'm with child.

And then...

Haruki...

went to Hokkaido,

and Machiko to Tokyo.

But what awaited Machiko

was the animosity of

her mother-in-law.

Machiko, I heard

you had a miscarriage.

You must feel better...

in more ways than one.

Mother, that's so cruel.

Machiko, more determined

to divorce,

left Katsunori again.

She headed for Hokkaido

But...

You want me to leave

because that woman

came from Tokyo.

I won't leave.

If I do, she'll take

Haruki from me.

If I can't have Haruki,

I'll die.

Yumi dies

Katsunori sues for

restoration of conjugal rights

Hokkaido in the snow.

Machiko and Haruki

parted in sadness

once again at Bihoro.

Haruki.

We'll meet again?

I have a feeling I'll never

see you again.

Machiko.

Let's be strong.

Yes.

Take care.

You, too.

And now...

KIMI NO NA WA Part 3

(Always in My Heart Part 3)

Cast

KEIJI SADA:

KEIKO KISHI:

CHIKAGE AWASHIMA

YUMEJI TSUKIOKA:

YUJI KAWAKITA:

TOSHIKO KOBAYASHI

Director:
HIDEO OBA

Tokyo Family Court

I have been asking for

a divorce for some time.

Since he wouldn't agree,

I went to Hokkaido.

My husband sued me.

And that's why I asked

the court for arbitration.

I see.

Judge, what do you think?

The husband wants

reconciliation,

the wife wants a divorce.

These two matters

should be arbitrated

at the same time.

I agree.

I think that's best

for them both.

Mr. Hamaguchi?

I think you should just

rule on my claim.

There's no merit in

her divorce application.

She left her husband's house

and went to see another man.

An adulterous wife

should have no say.

I never did anything

improper.

- Oh, really?

- No.

You traveled to far away

Hokkaido.

Where's the proof you

didn't commit adultery?

It's a natural assumption.

Calm down.

Don't get so emotional.

He's right.

When you get emotional,

nothing can be settled

amicably.

The person that was

mentioned,

is he the Mr. Atomiya

that's in your petition?

Yes.

- And is he still in Hokkaido?

- Yes.

He should be in Tokyo

next month.

I initiated a defamation suit

in civil court against him.

If I can I'm considering

additional charges of

kidnapping, a criminal act.

No! Dear?

What are you doing?

I think he's responsible.

It seems you're very

adamant about this.

Yes, I am the victim.

I see.

I have some more questions

for your wife,

so will you wait outside?

In any case, isn't it true

that if you divorce

your husband,

you'll want to marry

Mr. Atomiya?

Yes.

But that's not

a legitimate reason.

You have no intention

of returning to your husband?

No.

But it seems your husband

still loves you.

But he won't trust me.

Didn't you do things to

lose his trust?

No. I tried really hard

to have him trust me.

You have no idea

how hard I tried.

But neither my husband or

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