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Abstract Deep into a swaying and lush bamboo forest, Okina, an elderly farmer, stumbles upon a mysteriously glowing bamboo stalk, that from within, a minuscule fairy-like creature enfolded in a royal robe sprouts before his amazed eyes. Without delay, the ageing man rushes to his wife, Ona, only to witness, much to their surprise, the tiny nymph transform into a baby. In the end, as the infant grows exponentially into a fine girl, the humble couple will take her to the capital, Kyoto, to make her an aristocratic and well-mannered lady worthy of Japan's most powerful suitors. But is this Princess Kaguya's fate?
Release date 2013
Writed by Isao Takahata
Duration 2 H 17Minutes
country Japan
Cast James Caan
Isn't this based on the tale of the bamboo cutter. Kaguyahime no Monogatari (The Tale of Princess Kaguya) Soundtrack | All | # | A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z | Album name: Kaguyahime no Monogatari (The Tale of Princess Kaguya) Soundtrack Number of Files: 37 Total Filesize: 145. 32 MB Date added: Sep 20th, 2016 New! Download all songs at once: Download to Computer 1. Hajimari 0:54 2. 72 MB 2. Hikari 0:22 1. 50 MB 3. Chiisaki Hime 1:15 3. 54 MB 4. Ikiru Yorokobi 1:01 3. 00 MB 5. Mebae 2:20 5. 99 MB 6. Takenoko 2:06 5. 47 MB 7. Inochi 1:00 2. 95 MB 8. Yamasato 1:54 4. 99 MB 9. Koromo 0:34 1. 96 MB 10. Tabidachi 1:20 3. 70 MB 11. Aki no Minori 0:39 2. 15 MB 12. Nayotake 1:23 3. 81 MB 13. Tenarai 0:48 2. 48 MB 14. Inochi no Niwa 0:25 1. 63 MB 15. Utage 16. Zetsubou 1:07 3. 23 MB 17. Haru no Meguri 1:03 3. 08 MB 18. Utsukushiki Koto no Shirabe 0:35 1. 98 MB 19. Haru no Waltz 2:02 5. 33 MB 20. Sato e no Omoi 1:36 4. 34 MB 21. Kouki na Okata no Rhapsody 1:29 4. 07 MB 22. Magokoro 4. 04 MB 23. Higurashi no Yoru 1:12 3. 41 MB 24. Tsuki no Fushigi 0:49 2. 51 MB 25. Kanashimi 2. 97 MB 26. Sadame 1:18 3. 63 MB 27. Tsuki no Miyako 0:29 1. 76 MB 28. Kikyou 29. Hishou 4:26 10. 81 MB 30. Tenjin no Ongaku I 2:29 6. 34 MB 31. Wakare 32. Tenjin no Ongaku II 0:58 2. 86 MB 33. Tsuki 1:49 4. 82 MB 34. Inochi no Kioku 5:42 13. 72 MB 35. Koto no Shirabe 0:57 2. 85 MB 36. Warabe Uta 37. Tennyo 1:34 4. 25 MB Total: 52m 46s 145 MB Related Albums People who listened to this album also liked: Kekkaishi Original Soundtrack Ore no Imouto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga nai OP Single - irony Kekkaishi OP Single - Sha la la -Ayakashi NIGHT- Dae Jang Geum Original Soundtrack Neko no Ongaeshi (The Cat Returns) Soundtrack Kaguyahime no Monogatari (The Tale of Princess Kaguya) Theme Song - Memories of Life BLOOD+ OP3 Single - Colors of the Heart Kaguyahime no Monogatari (The Tale of Princess Kaguya) Sound Source Macademi WAsshoi! Original Soundtrack Machine Doll wa Kizutsukanai OP Single - Anicca Reviews I give this album a rating of Rules: No BBCode or HTML, this gets filtered out automatically. Review length has to be at least 100 words.
The ending hit me so hard. So much feels... Traga a primavera e o verão, outono e inverno Gira, gira, gira.

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I peed all over it to show who's boss XD. This movie certainly does have Hayao Miyazaki's name on it, man I hope I enjoy it as much as his other works, good bye Miyazaki, we'll miss you. Kaguya-hime no monogatari watch online. Kaguya hime no monogatari. I FORGOT ABOUT PONYO! THAT'S MY FAVORITE ANIME. imma watch it now! also thank you for reminding me because i was going to watch it for the... 11 time. yeah i love it to much. Kaguyahime no monogatari song. Art is Dead. I thought Song of the Sea or Princess kaguya might have won. Hisaishi is a God. The crews got me seeing this already.
Beautiful lullaby. priceless. I WANT THIS MOVIE IN BRAZIL <3. The trailer alone nearly brings me to tears, I can't wait for this to come to the UK. Thank god I live near a Picturehouse cinema. Kaguya-hime no monogatari (the tale of the princess kaguya. Hi! Can anybody help me to find more of this kind of cartoon? It's really charming with that old style. btw, thanks for uploading.
Kaguya-hime no monogatari rotten tomatoes. Kaguyahime no monogatari soundtrack. Roda de água, gira. Es una voz realmente muy hermosa,gracias ?. 300+ on Listen on Repeat.

The movie made me cry several times, just beautiful same as all the OST´s such great work <3

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Kaguyahime no monogatari. Kaguya hime no monogatari running. This looks good. Kaguya hime no monogatari pdf. Kaguya-hime no monogatari torrent. Isao takahata she's a beautiful singer I'm interested in seeing this film ?. I'm conflicted about folktales. What began as bits and pieces of oral literature, before someone had the good sense to put them to paper, are owed some amount of respect for being among the first stories that humans told. However, so many of the principles that we consider essential to the telling of a "good story" were developed ? and are still developing ? many generations after the birth of these yarns. Ancient storytellers didn't have the benefit of thousands of years of literature to lend them a detailed understanding of structure, character development, conflict, or how to make these elements compelling. I don't mean to be so hard on the awkward adolescence of modern literature, but folktales tend to be pretty bad stories. The process of adaptation can inject modern storytelling sensibilities into an otherwise crappy narrative, but in the case of the 2013 Studio Ghibli film KAGUYA-HIME NO MONOGATARI (The Story of Princess Kaguya) filmmaker Isao Takahata was unable to give this fable the contemporary touch it needs.
KAGUYA-HIME NO MONOGATARI is based on the oldest known Japanese narrative, The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter, believed to be written in the 10th century. It tells the story of a poor man who finds a tiny girl in a stalk of bamboo. He takes the girl home to his wife, and they decide to raise her as their own and name her Kaguya. As she grows, Kaguya's otherworldly beauty becomes more apparent, and suitors begin to ask for her hand in marriage. She turns all of them down, rejecting the concept of marriage outright. At the end of the story, Kaguya must return to where she came from ? the moon. As is clear from the premise of the tale and the opening scene of the movie when she is found, the titular character is not your average girl. Aside from her unusual discovery, we are first made aware of this in the scene where her adoptive father brings her home. She suddenly grows from a well-proportioned little person like Thumbelina or one of the Borrowers to something like a human infant. Considering that Takahata has always been the teller of more realistic stories compared Hayao Miyazaki (Studio Ghibli cofounder and legendary animator) and his flights of boundless imagination, this moment is one of the first instances in the movie that showcases Takahata's unique ability to blend the fantasy of this tale with the realism he is more experienced with crafting. It's so understated that it borders on unsettling. The first act of the movie is top-tier coming-of-age type stuff. The main character makes fast friends with some local boys and begins exploring the world around her home. Her father wishes to refer to her as hime, or "princess, but her new pals dub her takenoko, or "bamboo, to his chagrin. Her micro adventures cement one of the central themes within the film ? the Buddhist ideal that a simple life is a good life. Once her father begins discovering piles of gold inside his bamboo harvests, it is only a matter of time before he whisks his little family away to an expensive palace where Takenoko will get the grooming she needs to become the princess the bamboo cutter intends for her to be. It is here that Takenoko ? now referred to as Kaguya ? begins to really develop as a character. At first, she openly basks in the luxuries of an affluent life but quickly begins to reject the expectations of one at her station ? that is, etiquette, physical alterations, and eventually marriage. The story arc with the suitors is what I have the most problems with. They show up and boast all of the treasures they could lay at Kaguya's feet, but each boldly proclaims that Kaguya would be the most prized possession were she his. The princess rejects the notion of being objectified like a rare gemstone or precious metal and sends the suitors away. A few of them return later to prove their love through deception, but the young girl sees through their lies and sends them away once more, even refusing the proposal of the emperor of Japan. All of this is important to Kaguya's growth as a character. It proves that she is still the self-reliant tomboy she was as a poor bamboo cutter's daughter, despite all her pampering. The problem is that it lacks any of the understated magic that's so pervasive throughout the rest of the film and quickly begins to feel like a stuffy period piece instead of the fantastical folktale that it is. In a scene where the princess is doing something as uncomplicated as learning to play music, there is a mysticism surrounding her affinity for the instrument. All of this mystery and intrigue disappears as soon as these hopeful husbands show up. It bogs down the film to the point that by the time it's over, the audience has already been checking their watches for almost half an hour. To read the rest of this review, please visit.
I really hope it's good. It seems like every time there's a new animation studio they always destroy their chance at making it big against Disney & Co. by cashing in on big name actors, pop songs, immature jokes, and pop culture references. Companies tend to hold THEMSELVES back. Kaguya hime no monogatari transcript. My childhood is about to be ruined.
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