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Japan / Runtime: 137M / Cast: James Marsden / genre: Adventure / director: Isao Takahata / 8,2 / 10. I thought this movie is about the life of Kaguya Otsutsuki (Naruto) but now I confuse. I think I'm out of tears and this movie beat my Ecxpectations 11/10 would recommend. Alot of people question why this didn't win an Oscar but in all honesty it doesn't matter. Oscars are just lumps of shaped metal given to (often preferably American) filmmakers by other (again often American) filmmakers, actors etc. As I am British I don't view Oscars as that important and in fact I don't even view the BAFTAs as important because 90% of the films I'd choose for the awards don't get chosen at all and even my own choices don't match everyone else's. I believe Miyazaki never made his films to win awards or gain recognition, he made them because he loves to tell stories with a message. That's what sets him apart from so many other storytellers and directors. As long as you love his films no award or any number of them in the world can trump that because love for a story always outlasts any sort of award. And If I can finish of as a fan, I don't think any sort of award could do justice to Miyazaki's films...
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It is a very deep music that DNA understands rather than in the brain. Es encantada. He literally found her inside the bamboo root and was suprised when the truth about kaguya was revealed. I always react so strongly to this scene. The beautiful colours and shapes are gone so fast, only leaving the messy dark lines. I hope he keeps making his 'final' movies forever.

Way better than Disneys Tarzan

QnQ? Got dammit japan. WHY are you so GOOD. The Tale of the Princess Kaguya Japanese theatrical release poster Japanese かぐや姫の物語 Hepburn Kaguya-hime no Monogatari Directed by Isao Takahata [1] Produced by Yoshiaki Nishimura Screenplay by Isao Takahata Riko Sakaguchi ?[ ja] Based on The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter Starring Aki Asakura ?[ Wikidata] Kengo Kora Takeo Chii Nobuko Miyamoto Music by Joe Hisaishi Edited by Toshihiko Kojima Production company Studio Ghibli Distributed by Toho Release date 23?November?2013 Running time 137 minutes [2] Country Japan Language Japanese Budget ?5 billion ( $49 million) [3] Box office ?2. 5 billion ( $27 million) The Tale of the Princess Kaguya ( Japanese: かぐや姫の物語, Hepburn: Kaguya-hime no Monogatari, stylized as The Tale of The Princess Kaguya) is a 2013 Japanese animated fantasy drama film co-written for the screen and directed by Isao Takahata, based on the anonymous literary tale The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter and produced by Studio Ghibli for Nippon Television Network, Dentsu, Hakuhodo DYMP, Walt Disney Japan, Mitsubishi, Toho and KDDI, and distributed by Toho. The film features an ensemble voice cast that includes Aki Asakura, Kengo Kora, Takeo Chii, Nobuko Miyamoto, Atsuko Takahata, Tomoko Tabata, Tatekawa Shinosuke, Takaya Kamikawa, Hikaru Ijūin, Ryudo Uzaki, Nakamura Shichinosuke II, Isao Hashizume, Yukiji Asaoka (in a special appearance) and Tatsuya Nakadai. [4] [5] [6] [7] The film features the final film performance by Chii, who died in June 2012, and was the final film directed by Takahata, who died in April 2018. It was released in Japan on 23 November 2013, distributed by Toho. At the budget of US$ 49. 3 million, it is the most expensive Japanese movie to date. [ when? ] The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature at the 87th Academy Awards. The production of the film was the subject of the feature-length documentary film Isao Takahata and His Tale of the Princess Kaguya. [8] Plot [ edit] A bamboo cutter named Sanuki no Miyatsuko discovers a miniature girl inside a glowing bamboo shoot. Believing her to be a divine presence, he and his wife decide to raise her as their own, calling her "Princess". The girl grows rapidly, causing her parents to marvel and earning her the nickname "Takenoko" (Little Bamboo) from the other village children. Sutemaru, the oldest among Kaguya's friends, develops a close relationship with her. Miyatsuko comes upon gold and fine cloth in the bamboo grove in the same way he found his daughter. He takes these as proof of her divine royalty and begins planning to make her a proper princess. He relocates the family to the capital, forcing her to leave her friends behind. She finds herself in a mansion, replete with servants. She is also saddled with a governess who is tasked with taming her into a noblewoman. She struggles with the restraints of nobility, arguing that life should be full of laughter and struggle. When the girl comes of age, she is granted the formal name of "Princess Kaguya" for the light and life that radiates from her. Miyatsuko holds a celebration in commemoration of her naming. At the celebration, Kaguya overhears partygoers ridiculing her father's attempts to turn a peasant girl into a noble through money. Kaguya flees the capital in despair and runs back to the mountains, seeking Sutemaru and her other friends, but discovers that they have all moved away. She passes out in the snow and awakens back at the party. Kaguya grows in beauty, attracting suitors. Five men of noble standing court her, comparing her to mythical treasures. Kaguya tells them she will only marry whoever can bring her the mythical treasure mentioned. Two suitors attempt to persuade her with counterfeits. The third abandons his conquest out of cowardice, and the fourth attempts to woo her with flattering lies. When one of the men is killed in his quest, Kaguya falls into depression. Eventually, the Emperor takes notice of her. Taken with her beauty, he makes advances toward her, revolting her. Kaguya then demonstrates the ability to disappear at will, surprising the Emperor. Understanding that he has been too forward, the Emperor leaves. Kaguya reveals to her parents that she originally came from the Moon after it spoke to her. Once a resident there, she broke its laws, hoping to be exiled to Earth so that she could experience mortal life. When the Emperor made his advances, she silently begged the Moon to help her. Having heard her prayer, the Moon will reclaim her during the next full moon. Kaguya confesses her attachment to Earth and her reluctance to leave. Miyatsuko swears to protect Kaguya and begins assembling defensive forces. Kaguya returns to her hometown and finds Sutemaru, who vows to protect her. Kaguya demonstrates the ability to fly but loses it when she flies by the Moon. Sutemaru, who flew with her, wakes up later, thinking it was a dream. On the night of the full moon, a procession of celestial beings led by the Buddha descends from the Moon, and Miyatsuko is unable to stop it. An attendant offers Kaguya a robe that will erase her memories of Earth but she begs the attendant to grant her a last moment with her parents. The attendant, however, drapes the robe around her, and she appears to forget about her life on Earth. They leave, and Miyatsuko and his wife are distraught. Kaguya looks back one last time, and cries silently as she recognizes the love from her parents. Voice cast [ edit] Character Japanese cast [9] English dub cast Princess Kaguya Aki Asakura ?[ ja] Chloë Grace Moretz Caitlyn Leone (young) Sutemaru Darren Criss The Bamboo Cutter Takeo Chii [a] James Caan The Bamboo Cutter's Wife / The Narrator Mary Steenburgen Lady Sagami Atsuko Takahata Lucy Liu Me no Warawa Tomoko Tabata Hynden Walch Inbe no Akita Tatekawa Shinosuke George Segal Prince Ishitsukuri Takaya Kamikawa James Marsden Lord Minister of the Right Abe Hikaru Ijūin Oliver Platt Great Counselor Otomo Ryudo Uzaki Daniel Dae Kim The Mikado Nakamura Shichinosuke II Dean Cain Prince Kuramochi Isao Hashizume Beau Bridges Middle Counselor Isonokami Tamaki Kojo John Cho ^ Yuji Miyake recorded additional dialogue for the bamboo cutter following Takeo Chii's death. [10] Production [ edit] As a child, Takahata read The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter. He recalled that he struggled to relate and sympathize with the protagonist; to him, the "heroine’s transformation was enigmatic" and that it "didn’t evoke any empathy from [him]". [11] In 1960, Takahata was preparing for a potential adaptation for his employer Toei Animation, which eventually was abandoned. [12] After rereading the tale, he realized the story's potential to be entertaining, as long as an adaptation allowed the audience to understand how Princess Kaguya felt. [11] [13] Studio Ghibli revealed that Isao Takahata was working on a feature-length film in 2008. [14] Takahata announced at the 62nd Locarno International Film Festival in 2009 that he intended to direct a film based on the anonymous Japanese literary tale The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter. [15] The Tale of the Princess Kaguya was financed by Nippon TV, whose late chairman, Seiichiro Ujiie, gave ? 5, 000, 000, 000 (approximately US$ 40, 000, 000) towards the project. [16] Ujiie loved Takahata's work, and pleaded with Ghibli producer Toshio Suzuki to let Takahata make one more film. [17] Ujiie died on 3 March 2011, but not before being able to view the script and some of the storyboards. [18] To make sure the audience emotionally connected with the film, it was important to Takahata that viewers were able to "imagine or recall the reality deep within the drawings", rather than be distracted by a realistic art style. [19] He wanted to have people "recollect the realities of this life by sketching ordinary human qualities with simple props". [20] To assist with this vision, Osamu Tanabe provided the character designs and animation, and Kazuo Oga drew the watercolor backgrounds. [16] The release of The Tale of the Princess Kaguya was finally confirmed by Studio Ghibli and distributor Toho on 13 December 2012. [21] Soundtrack [ edit] In 2012, Shin-ichiro Ikebe was announced to write the film's score. However, in 2013, Joe Hisaishi replaced Ikebe as the composer. This is the first and only time that Hisaishi has scored a film directed by Isao Takahata. [22] The theme song "When I Remember This Life" was written and performed by Nikaido Kazumi. [23] [24] [25] The music from the film's original soundtrack was released on 20 November 2013. All tracks are written by Joe Hisaishi, except where noted. Track listing No. Title Length 1. "Overture" 0:53 2. "Light" 0:22 3. "The Little Princess" 1:15 4. "The Joy of Living" 1:01 5. "The Sprout" 2:19 6. "Li'l Bamboo" 2:06 7. "Life" 0:59 8. "Mountain Hamlet" 1:53 9. "Robe" 0:34 10. "Setting Out" 1:19 11. "Autumn Harvest" 0:39 12. "Supple Bamboo" 1:22 13. "Writing Practice" 0:47 14. "The Garden of Life" 0:25 15. "The Banquet" 1:22 16. "Despair" 1:07 17. "The Coming of Spring" 1:03 18. "Melody of the Beautiful Koto" 0:34 19. "Spring Waltz" 2:02 20. "Memories of the Village" 1:36 21. "The Nobles' Wild Ride" 1:29 22. "Devotion" 1:28 23. "Cicada Night" 1:12 24. "Mystery of the Moon" 0:48 25. "Sorrow" 1:00 26. "Fate" 1:17 27. "The City of the Moon" 0:28 28. "Going Home" 1:19 29. "Flying" 4:26 30. "The Procession of Celestial Beings I" 2:28 31. "The Parting" 1:07 32. "The Procession of Celestial Beings II" 0:57 33. "Moon" 1:49 34. "When I Remember This Life" (Written and performed by Nikaido Kazumi [25]) 5:42 35. "Koto Melody" 0:57 36. "Nursery Rhyme" 0:48 37. "Song of the Heavenly Maiden" 1:34 Release [ edit] The Tale of The Princess Kaguya was initially announced to be released simultaneously with The Wind Rises, another Ghibli film by Hayao Miyazaki in Japan in the summer of 2013, [26] which would have marked the first time that the works of the two directors were released tog
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I watched this when i was 8 its still my favorite movie. Wow this is beautiful. I really want to see this.
Okina is a bamboo cutter in ancient rural Japan. One day in the forest, he finds a tiny baby in the folds of a bamboo shoot. He brings the creature home to his wife Ounaa and they decide to keep her and raise her as a princess. She is clearly not of this world. Kaguya grows at an unnatural rate, soon maturing into an uncommonly beautiful young woman. Since Okina has now also found a cache of gold and treasure in the forest, every suitor wants Kaguya. But this is not a fairy tale of courtship and marriage. Watch Kaguya-hime no Monogatari Episodes Online at Kaguya-hime no Monogatari is available in High Definition only through Choose an episode below and start watching Kaguya-hime no Monogatari in Subbed & Dubbed HD now.
Click to manage book marks Type: Movies Plot Summary: Okina is a bamboo cutter in ancient rural Japan. One day in the forest, he finds a tiny baby in the folds of a bamboo shoot. He brings the creature home to his wife Ounaa and they decide to keep her and raise her as a princess. She is clearly not of this world. Kaguya grows at an unnatural rate, soon maturing into an uncommonly beautiful young woman. Since Okina has now also found a cache of gold and treasure in the forest, every suitor wants Kaguya. But this is not a fairy tale of courtship and marriage. Genre: Fantasy, Historical Released: 2013 Status: Completed Other name: The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, Kaguyahime no Monogatari, Princess Kaguya Story, かぐや姫の物語 Kaguya-hime no Monogatari.
Hideaki Anno would be proud. Also, RIP Isao. You have to hand it to Studio Ghibli, they really do know how to make exquisitely beautiful films. The Tale of the Princess Kaguya is yet another example of this. Its story is based on the oldest folklore tale from Japan. It starts off with a tiny girl being found in a forest by a bamboo cutter. He takes her home to his wife and she immediately transforms into a baby and then grows up with rapid speed. Soon it is believed that she must be a magical princess and she is moved to the city to live in a palace. While here she experiences some unhappiness and longs for her old life.
The director of this one is Isao Takahata who directed the brilliant but harrowing The Grave of the Fireflies (1988) for Ghibli (so downbeat that it was the only Ghibli film to not be distributed by Disney. So, it was a bit of a left-of-centre offering from the famous Japanese studio, with Kaguya the material is more in line with what they are most famous for yet quite distinctive in several ways too. First off, as can almost be taken for granted, the animation really is quite beautiful and soulful. The style is definitely different though with a pastel watercolour palette and sketchy drawings. This style, however, suggests old paintings and suggests more effectively the ancient source of the material. The imagery is also complimented by an organic musical score that further underscores the aesthetic. As is the Ghibli genius though the story blends its surface fantasy with unmistakable reality, with important social issues interwoven into the flow. To this end we have the issues of women's place in society and the restrictions inherent in that considered in very clear ways. The story really captures this when five potential suitors for the princess are sent on impossible missions by her based on the superficial things they say to her in an attempt to claim her. It cleverly makes them consider the meaninglessness of their words and what their true motives are. So, it is quite a contemplative film on the whole and probably not very well suited to younger children who might find it unexciting. It's quite slow pacing and long run-time do make it one that is better suited to a slightly older audience perhaps. But if you can handle that it is a wonder in many places with a very emotional ending that is both sad and gorgeously delivered. Overall, this has to go down as yet another triumph for Studio Ghibli.
Live action does not suit everything, this being one of them. Imagine Homer Simpson in real life, bloody terrifying.









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