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  • The Filmic Time of Coloniality: On Shinkai Makoto’s The Place Promised in Our Early Days
Figure 2. “ . . . but in those days, I felt that the smells of the night wafting into the train, the trust I had in my friend, and the hint of Sayuri that lingered in the air were everything in the world” (sekai no subete). From Shinkai Makoto, The Place Promised in Our Early Days.
Figure 2.

“ . . . but in those days, I felt that the smells of the night wafting into the train, the trust I had in my friend, and the hint of Sayuri that lingered in the air were everything in the world” (sekai no subete). From Shinkai Makoto, The Place Promised in Our Early Days.

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