Niji-Iro Hotaru ~Eien no Natsu Yasumi~ (movie)

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Alternative title:
Niji-Iro Hotaru (Japanese) 
Rainbow Fireflies 
Rainbow-Colored Fireflies: The Eternal Summer Vacation 
虹色ほたる~永遠の夏休み~ (Japanese) 
Themes: time travel 
Plot Summary: On a blazing hot day, a young boy named Yuta is visiting the Hotarugaoka Dam, place where his father passed away, when he encounters a strange old man. Yuta helps the old man by giving him something to drink. Later that day the mysterious old man repays his kindness by saving the boy and taking him to the past, one month before the area is unnocuppied for the construction of the dam. Unaware of why he is there, Yuta meets Saeko, a girl who loves fireflies. 
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Seen in part or in whole by 31 users, rank: #4668 (of 5920)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.143 (Good), std. dev.: 1.7805, rank: #1933 (of 5913)
Weighted mean: 7.100 (Good), rank: #1880 (of 5913) (seen all: 7.10)
Bayesian estimate: 7.260 (Good+), rank: #1340 (of 4462)
Vintage: 2012-05-19
Premiere date:
2012-05-19 (Japan) 
2013-04-12 (Italy, Future Film Festival) 
Opening Theme:
"Ai to Tooi Hi no Mirai e." by Yumi Matsutoya 
Insert song:
"Mizu no Kage" (水の影) by Mia Inoue 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Kônosuke Uda 
Screenplay: Kei Kunii 
Original creator: Masayuki Kawaguchi 
Character Design: Hisashi Mori 
Art Director: Seiki Tamura 
Animation Director: Hisashi Mori 

Insert Song Arrangement: Masataka Matsutouya 
Insert Song Composition: Yumi Matsutoya 
Insert Song Lyrics: Yumi Matsutoya 
Insert Song Performance: Mia Inoue 
Music Performance:
Aiko Hosokawa (Viola) 
Amiko Watabe (Viola) 
Ayano Kasahara (Cello) 
Hideyo Takakuwa (Flute) 
Hitoshi Konno (Violin) 
Jun Saitoh (Bass) 
Kioko Miki (Violin) 
Motoko Fujiie (Violin) 
Nagisa Kiriyama (Violin) 
Otohiko Fujita (Horn) 
Takayuki Oshikane (Violin) 
Tomoko Shimaoka (Viola) 
Tomoyuki Asakawa (Harp) 
Screen Design: Takaaki Yamashita 
Theme Song Arrangement: Masataka Matsutouya 
Theme Song Composition: Yumi Matsutoya 
Theme Song Lyrics: Yumi Matsutoya 
Theme Song Performance: Yumi Matsutoya 
Akashi Takei as Yūta 
Ayumi Kimura as Saeko 

Chikao Ohtsuka as Blue Tengu 
Osamu Shinden as Kenzo 
Tarô Ishida as Old Man Hotaru 

Akemi Okamura as Yūta's Mother 
Ikuko Tani as Grandmother 
Kazuya Nakai as Kenzo (Adult) 
Kenyuu Horiuchi as Yūta's Father 
Mamiko Noto as Saeko (Adult) 
Masahiko Tanaka as Saeko's Father 
Shuhei Hara as Tatsusaburo 
Takahiro Sakurai as Yūta (Adult) 
Yuki Yagi as Yoshizawa-san 
Yuma Okura as Saeko's Brother 
Yūtarō Honjō as Shintaro 
Japanese companies
Animation Production: Toei Animation 
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