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Writed by: Riko Sakaguchi, Isao Takahata director: Isao Takahata 30784 Votes &ref(https://m.media-amazon.com/images/M/MV5BMTcwODI0MzEwOF5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTgwNjkyNTEwMTE@._V1_UY113_CR0,0,76,113_AL_.jpg) summary: Found inside a shining stalk of bamboo by an old bamboo cutter and his wife, a tiny girl grows rapidly into an exquisite young lady. The mysterious young princess enthralls all who encounter her, but ultimately she must confront her fate, the punishment for her crime countries: Japan.
Kaguya hime no monogatari running. Kaguya hime no monogatari ??????. Kaguya-hime no monogatari watch online. Kaguya hime no monogatari review. Kaguya hime no monogatari song lyrics. I like Japanese folk tales because of their simplicity and unique wisdom. It also gives me the opportunity to imagine impressive landscapes in rural and premodern Japan. 'The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter' is one of those really old folk tales, which dates back in the 10th century. So even before watching Takahata's 'The Tale of The Princess Kaguya' I think I will most probably like the film too because it was adapted from a folk tale. Well, it turned out to be one of the artistically unusual animated films that I have ever seen.
First impression was it felt like an old Japanese painting that came to life, but then later on, it felt like a dream rather than a painting. It was that good, and it mainly succeeds as a cultural film. This is a must-see for animation and Japanese folk tale enthusiasts. Most of the time, the pacing was at cruise speed, which allowed the environment to breath. We see beautiful landscapes done in watercolor and simple strokes, and generally, they looked more like an artist's sketch in a good way. These were accompanied by the relaxing sounds of nature, and the outcome has effectively immersed the viewer into its dreamy scenes. The experience was made even better because of its notable music. Combine these with its topnotch voice talent (Japanese version) and well-written dialogue arguably results to one of the most remarkable films in the animation genre. Although the theme is rather familiar, the film has given not just a good story to tell but a memorable experience. It is mainly about the search for happiness, and it has allusions to religious teachings about the person's earthly life, where there are sufferings and impurities, and the afterlife in heaven, where there are only peace and happiness. In fact if this theme is told in a motion picture, the result will most probably be just so-so. In this way, the film has achieved a remarkable feat and has ended it memorably with delightful tunes and scenes that elicit reflection on our life in this world. There was a certain facet, where the film didn't quite hit its target though. This was during the scenes where the emotions should have been powerful, but since you don't really have a good clue on what the character was talking about, these scenes rather felt a little bit awkward. Perhaps, the other world, where the princess came from, was not developed well at that point. This issue is easy to set aside though because the overall viewing experience has been great already. As a person who have some inclination towards instrumental music, it was not hard to notice the impressive music that Joe Hisaishi has composed in this film. This is arguably one of his best works among the Studio Ghibli films that I have seen. In the case of Isao Takahata's directing achievement, this is comparable to his solid work in the 'Grave of the Fireflies' perhaps even matched it. Nonetheless, this film is indeed a fitting finale for his career in the animation industry, and this is one of the films that he will be remembered best.
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