Yeah, Miyazaki is a special filmmaker, and this might just be his best. So passionate, so beautiful, a celebration of both innocence and weirdness. It’s visual poetry, and it is magnificent. I was so blown away the first time I saw it that I had to take my wife to see it the very next day. A true classic.
I watched Spirited Away yesterday and I must say, I didn’t expect to like it so much at the end of it.
As many of you know, Spirited Away is a Hayao Miyazaki film and I love Miyazaki’s stories. I especially love his films because of the talented Joe Hisaishi who composes all the soundtracks for his movies. I really went through various feelings while watching the show and it really touched my heart in the end.
I can’t believe that I dragged watching this show. I should’ve just gave it a go back when I was still having Japanese classes. This is the third Miyazaki show that I’ve seen and I’m really interested in watching other works of his.
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