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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?. 30789 votes. genres=Adventure. 2 Hour 17 m. 2013. Country=Japan.
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Kaguyahime no monogatari download download. Kaguyahime no monogatari download pdf. The Tale of the Princess Kaguya is a 2013 Japanese animation film from Studio Ghibli, directed by Isao Takahata, based on the 10th-century Japanese folk story The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter. A bamboo cutter discovers a miniature girl in a bamboo shoot. He and his wife take her in, naming her "Princess Kaguya" and raising her to be a lady. As Kaguya grows in beauty, she also remembers her origins on the Moon, and is torn between returning there and her love for her life on Earth. This was Takahata's last directorial work before his death in April 2018. It was dubbed and released in North America in 2014, and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, a first for an anime film not directed by Hayao Miyazaki. It was also the first Ghibli film to be distributed on home video by Universal in North America. It also is currently the highest-budget anime film ever made, having a budget of $49 million (5 billion Yen) note. No relation to Kaguya-sama: Love Is War. The same Japanese folk tale that inspired this film was adapted back in 1987 as a live-action feature called Princess From the Moon. The Tale of the Princess Kaguya provides examples of: Adaptation Expansion: The film follows the folktale close enough, but adds more Character Development and scenes to flesh out the story more. Adult Fear: A toddler Kaguya strays from her father in the woods and gets nearly attacked by a wild boar. Luckily, she's rescued. Inadvertently ruining your child's life when trying to give them a better one. All Just a Dream: Kaguya goes through one after overhearing some highly unflattering comments by inebriated guests, wherein she runs back to the village only to find everyone gone. Later, Sutemaru has one about flying away with Kaguya, leaving his family behind. Or Was It a Dream? : Both moments are ambiguous and indicate that at least some of it might have happened as her dreams seem to overlapped with actual events (Kaguya is given some plot-relevant information in the former, and with the latter, while it's reasonable to assume that the running off and flying part must have been a dream, everything up till that point is presented in a perfectly down-to-earth, realistic manner... And everything Kaguya says and does is things Sutemaru would have no possible way of knowing about. An Aesop: Money can't buy happiness. A poor and happy life is better than a rich and miserable one. Living a life that makes you miserable to please others will only leave you full of regrets when you reach the end of your life. Giving your child a better life only works if you pay attention to what makes them happy, and give them the life they want rather than the one you think they should have. Anguished Declaration of Love: Near the end, Kaguya confesses to Sutemaru in a ( possible) dream that she's loved him all along and could have been happy with him, but knows it's too late since she has to return to the moon soon. Arcadia: Country life is romanticized, showing peasant children enjoying chore-free summers. Barbie Doll Anatomy: Zigzagged. Breastfeeding is portrayed matter-of-factly with nipples shown in close-up, and the infants are often without pants, but the girls get the Barbie Doll treatment while the boys do not. When Kaguya is older and goes swimming with her friends, she removes her clothes and has a complete Barbie Doll job. Big Damn Heroes: Me no Warawa almost pulls one off when she recruits then neighbourhood kids to sing Kaguya's childhood nursery rhyme about the blessings of life on Earth as she's about to be taken away. It doesn't work, but it does make her pause and drop the robe of forgetfulness long enough for her parents to reach her and say goodbye one last time. Birth/Death Juxtaposition: When the fifth suitor dies, there is a close-up on his hand opening to show a hatched baby swallow. Blue and Orange Morality: The emissaries from the moon are not even remotely bad beings, but they also do not seem to realize that no-one considers what they're doing to be something good. They are, to put it simply, in an uncanny way harmoniously detached and oblivious of how utterly inhumane they really are. The way they envision earthly life as "impure", and something worth to be punished longing for could put them in the Scary Dogmatic Aliens category. Break the Cutie: Poor Kaguya endures several over the film, but the two biggest examples have to be learning the fifth suitor killed himself trying to fetch a swallow's egg shell for her, and after the Emperor embraces her without her consent, leaving her with Dull Eyes of Unhappiness that hastens her symbolic death to the moon. Bumbling Dad: Kaguya's father obviously means well, but his attempts to make her happy just make her more and more miserable which hastens her return to the moon. Cast of Snowflakes: Despite the simple art style of the movie, all characters look different from each other. Cherry Blossoms: There are falling sakura petals before the five suitors arrive. Childhood Friend Romance: Poor Unlucky Sutemaru. Or rather, Kaguya is this to him since she dies tragically young while he marries and starts a family. Comforting Comforter: In an early scene the mother covers sleeping Kaguya with a sheet. Deliberate Values Dissonance: Best exemplified with Kaguya's tutor. Her tutor teaches her how to be a proper lady, which is very tedious and restrictive. Her tutor also imposes contemporary fashion standards that the audience knows to look off (like plucking her eyebrows and rubbing black charcoal over her teeth), but are considered beautiful during the time the film is set in. Her tutor also insists that if Kaguya chooses a rich man's hand she will be happy, but Kaguya points out that she's never met or seen any of these men or vice-versa, so how can they love her, and how can she find happiness pledging her hand to a stranger? Diving Save: How Sutemaru rescues Kaguya from a mama boar. Does This Remind You of Anything? : The whole story, on Kaguya's father side, is a fantasy retelling of what fatherhood and the relative Adult Fear means: The Bamboo Cutter, the very day meets his daughter, is instantly smitten with her, naming her his "princess" and acting as she'll be destined to be the most beautiful, important girl in his whole life. Exactly as every father is led to believe his own daughter is the cutest, brightest, loveliest little princess around. Kaguya grows at an extraordinary rate in the first act of the movie, often with other characters commenting upon her growth with every spurt she has (often following some special event, like flowers suddenly blooming or her learning how to crawl and walk). Now, what exactly is it grown-ups tend to say regarding children? "They grow up so fast. " The Bamboo Cutter has always shown signs of being a protective, worrywart of a father. But losing your little daughter in the woods, or a big area with little to nothing hopes of finding her in time is the quintessential Adult Fear. Kaguya eventually grows up, and her adoptive father accidentally screws her whole life by trying to provide her an upperclass education and find her a high-ranking husband. Almost every father wants his daughter to have a better life than the one he led, sometimes without stopping to collect her own opinions in the process. Kaguya refuses to tell her father how she feels, to avoid hurting him. Her father couldn't have possibly known what's wrong with her. He sees her sullen and moody for all her teenage years, and every attempt to cheer her up is shot down. Exactly as the average complaint of a father unable to connect with his teenage daughter. In the end, Kaguya has to get back to her kingdom on the moon, forgetting her life on Earth. How does a father feel when he becomes suddenly aware that his daughter is going to live on her own, possibly ending up somewhere where being in contact frequently would be very hard, if not impossible? The whole plot point with donning the celestial robe and forgetting everyone on Earth could be related to a daughter moving far away, "forgetting" about her parents and never calling them. Double Standard: The film critiques this big time, since Kaguya grows up in a patriarchal environment. She and her mother receive scolding for out-of-line behavior while the more bumbling suitors and Kaguya's father are virtually free of reproach. Kaguya and her mother are also forced to adhere to much more restrictive "in-line" behavior, while the her father and suitors still can't be bothered to follow the lax rules set out for them. Downer Ending: Kaguya is taken back to the Moon, the celestial robe placed on her stripping her of all memory of everything she experienced. It's implied she has some sense of what she's lost, judging both by her story of the one who came before her, but she only remembers enough to know she's sad and doesn't know why, given her backwards glance at the Earth. According to Isao Takahata, the movie is about a girl who is born and grows up but dies young. Dramatically Missing the Point: Kaguya's father thinks giving her a mansion, fancy things, lady training, and a rich husband will make her happy. He also imposes strict behavior standards on her as a lady, to the point that for years she's not allowed to ever run, laugh, play, have friends, or be out in nature?to the point that he scolds her for simply playing with a cat in the garden at one point, and she sits in a literal gilded cage alone in a dark room while he and the other male guests get to drink and party in her honor. Then, later, he acts SURPRISED to learn that she is miserable in the restrictive life he imposed on her. Dramatic Drop: Kaguya drops a flower pot when hearing about the death of one of the suitors. Easy Amnesia: As easy as putting on a robe of forgetfulness. Empathic Environment: Rain starts pouring down when Sutemaru gets curbstomped in the street aft
Saw it and loved it. It's always been my favorite Japanese folktale. Kaguyahime no monogatari downloads. Princess, take us with... I have not watched many Japanese animation films. The only the other I have seen except this one is Spirited Away. But now I really consider watching them looking at the skills of the directors Hayao Miyazaki, Isao Takahata, etc. The tale of Princess Kaguya based on an old Japanese folktale is the story of a mysterious girl(named Kaguya later) who is discovered by a bamboo cutter in a bamboo stalk. He and his wife the raise baby girl as their house is situated in greenery of remote village in the mountains. Kaguya seems to grow very rapidly and becomes very close friends with gang of children in the neighborhood. Merrily singing and playing they enjoy the nature and Kaguya is having the most joyous time in her life.
Her father though, envisions great things after he finds gold and fine clothes in other bamboo stalks. He thinks heaven wants Kaguya to become a princess and they need to raise her in that way. So off they go to the city and become a noble family with their gold. Kaguya who is initial happy with all the royal treatment soon understands the sorrows and bitterness in life when things are forced onto her. The story slightly loses its steam after the breezy first hour and I feel the run time could have been short by about 20 minutes. It dwells into complex themes of our world full of deceit and sorrow and the perceptions of cycles of life, afterlife hidden under its straight forward narrative. At times things get difficult to understand, still the visuals are so beautiful that you are completely engrossed into the scenery forgetting about the story. The ending which left me dazed was quite emotional and spiritually powerful. Despite some loose ends, the movie is overall well crafted with beautiful hand drawn animation and music. I felt it was emotionally moving and deeply profound. RATING: 4/5.
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