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Kaguyahime no monogatari Riko Sakaguchi




Creator=Isao Takahata

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?


Fantasy, Animation


Ratings=8,4 / 10

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Kaguya hime no monogatari full movie. Movie kaguyahime no monogatari series. Movie kaguyahime no monogatari watch order. Much was made of animation legend Hayao Miyazaki’s decision to retire last year, but a new movie out today from his Studio Ghibli comes from the mind of no less great a talent. The Tale of the Princess Kaguya was directed by 78-year-old Isao Takahata, a co-founder of the studio, and you won’t see a lusher, more gorgeous movie in 2014. Princess Kaguya is based on a 10th-century Japanese folk story called The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter, which tells of a poor couple that discover a mystical girl in a forest and take it upon themselves to raise her as a princess. Takahata takes this narrative and runs with it, exploring the transient nature of life, the shallowness of wealth and materialism, and the absurdity of societal roles along the way. But Princess Kaguya ’s plot is a simple one at first — most viewers will be more immediately grabbed by the astonishing art style. Princess Kaguya is like an old Japanese painting come to life. The fluid animation is drawn in minimalist, evocative watercolors with charcoal strokes that reminded me a little of the Raymond Briggs adaptation  The Snowman. A core theme of the film — how a simple life spent among nature can offer more happiness than urbanity and purported social progression — is one shared by other Ghibli works, but the painterly style helps make a more convincing case here. In one amazing scene, the princess Kaguya’s angry fantasies of escaping an oppressive environment are shown in dizzying, coarse scrawls as the character takes flight. The innovative artwork is typical of Takahata’s Studio Ghibli filmography, which has often reset expectations of what anime can look like. 1999 comedy My Neighbors the Yamadas, for example, wrings expressive, relatable characters out of crude sketches that portray family life. And a personal favorite, 1991’s Only Yesterday, is rendered in two separate styles. The present day events feature vibrant colors and realistic animation, with the muscles in characters’ faces visibly shifting between emotions. The childhood memories of the protagonist, Taeko, on the other hand, take on a style more like conventional kids’ animation, only with washed-out colors and unfinished backgrounds that emphasize the fuzzy nature of recollections. As Taeko matures in the past, her memories are gradually drawn in a style closer to the present. Princess Kaguya ’s art and source material make it one of the most conspicuously Japanese films that Studio Ghibli has ever put out. But for its US release, the voice cast includes American actors like Chloë Grace Moretz, James Caan, and Lucy Liu. While Ghibli films often feature respectable English dubbing, I haven’t had a chance to see that version for myself. I do feel, though, that if there’s any Ghibli film that would work better in Japanese with subtitles — no matter your personal preference — it’s probably this one. Princess Kaguya ’s straightforward plot perhaps doesn’t quite justify its two hours and 17 minutes running time, and viewers unfamiliar with the original story might be thrown sideways by a cosmic twist in the third act. The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter is often described as proto-science fiction, making Princess Kaguya more than your average Japanese folk tale. And despite some strong scenes, I didn’t find it quite as moving or emotional overall as some of Takahata’s best work, which often has the power to massage your heart and punch you in the gut all at once. But I never felt that Princess Kaguya dragged — even at its slowest, the film is never less than stunning, and it’s hard not to be swept away by its charms. Before it got delayed, Princess Kaguya was meant to see release alongside Miyazaki’s swansong The Wind Rises as a double feature last year. Ghibli also did this back in 1988, when Miyazaki’s My Neighbor Totoro — one of the best-loved, most adorable Japanese movies of all time — shared the billing with Takahata’s Grave of the Fireflies, a harrowing, powerful tale of two children clutching onto survival after their city is firebombed near the end of World War II. That Takahata’s work is often held up next to Miyazaki’s, despite drastic divergences in style and tone, is testament to the diversity of Ghibli’s work and the talent of its two biggest names. The Tale of the Princess Kaguya might be the last chance to see a new Takahata film as it comes out in cinemas; I would say it’s a chance not to be missed. The Tale of the Princess Kaguya opens today, October 17th.

User Rating Current user rating: 90/100 (102 votes) You need to enable JavaScript to vote Profile Movie: The Tale of The Princess Kaguya Romaji: Kaguya-Hime no Monogatari Japanese: かぐや姫の物語 Director: Isao Takahata Writer: Isao Takahata Producer: Yoshiaki Nishimura, Seiichiro Ujiie Cinematographer: Release Date: November 23, 2013 Runtime: 137 min. Genre: Animation / Drama / Fantasy Production Company: Studio Ghibli Distributor: Toho Language: Japanese Country: Japan Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki Staff © An old man makes a living by selling bamboo. One day, he finds a princess in a bamboo. The princess is only the size of a finger. Her name is Kaguya. When Kaguya grows up, 5 men from prestigious families propose to her. Kaguya asks the men to find memorable marriage gifts for her, but the 5 men are unable to find what Kaguya ants. Then, the Emperor of Japan proposes to her. Notes Based on Japanese folktale "The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter". "Kaguya-Hime no Monogatari" will be released on the same day as " The Wind Rises, " both films from Studio Ghibli. Cast (voice) Aki Asakura - Kaguya-hime Kengo Kora - Sutemaru Takeo Chii - old man Nobuko Miyamoto - old woman Atsuko Takahata - Sagami Tomoko Tabata - Menowarawa Shinosuke Tatekawa - Inbe no Akita Takaya Kamikawa - Ishitsukuri no Miko Hikaru Ijuin - Minister of Finance Ryudo Uzaki - Minister of the Military Tamaki Kojo - Ishigami Shichinosuke Nakamura - Mikado Isao Hashizume - Minister of Culture Yukiji Asaoka - Kitanokata Tatsuya Nakadai - Sumiyaki no Roujini Erika Osanai - villager Yuji Miyake Film Festivals 2014 (67th) Cannes Film Festival - May 14-25, 2014 - Director's Fortnight (Quinzaine des Realisateurs) 2014 (39th) Toronto International Film Festival - September 4-14, 2014 - Masters *North American Premiere 2014 (10th) Fantastic Fest - September 18-25, 2014 2014 (62nd) San Sebastian International Film Festival - September 19-27, 2014 - Pearls 2014 (33rd) Vancouver International Film Festival - Sept. 25-Oct. 10, 2014 - *Special Presentations 2014 (47th) Sitges Film Festival - October 3-12, 2014 - Anima't 2015 (38th) Göteborg International Film Festival - Jan. 23-Feb. 3, 2015 - Focus: Japan 2015 (15th) Nippon Connection - June 2-7, 2015 - Nippon Visions Latest News Latest Trailers * Yuki Yoda cast in movie " Grand Blue " * Hyun-Bin cast in movie " Negotiation " * Taishi Nakagawa & Anna Ishii cast in movie " The Ashes of My... " * Hwang Jung-Min cast in JTBC drama " Hush " * Masahiro Matsuoka cast in TV Asahi drama " Mr. Housekeeper, Mitazono Season 4 " * Ryo Narita & Kaya Kiyohara cast in movie " Matomo Janai no wa Kimi mo Issho " * Kento Nakajima & Sho Hirano cast in NTV drama " Miman Keisatsu: Midnight Runner " * Mackenyu Arata cast in movie " Rurouni Kenshin: The Final " * Seo Ji-Hye cast in MBC drama " Would You Like To Have Dinner Together " * Yumi Adachi cast in TV Tokyo drama " Throw It Away, Adachi " * Park Si-Hoo & Ko Sung-Hee cast in TV Chosun drama " Wind and Cloud and Rain " * Gou Ayano & Gen Hoshino cast in TBS drama " MIU 404 " * Kei Tanaka & Ken Yasuda cast in TV Tokyo drama " Helical Labyrinth " * Mikako Tabe, Nao Omori cast in TBS drama " My Housekeeper Mr. Nagisa " * Movie " Parasite " wins "Best Picture" at the Oscars * Jang Na-Ra, Go Joon cast in tvN drama " Oh My Baby " * Kim Soo-Hyun cast in tvN drama " Psycho But It's Okay " * When the Weather is Fine *ep2 * The Cursed *ep6 * Hyena *ep3 * Tell Me What You Saw *ep9 * Hi Bye Mama *ep3 * Somehow Family *teaser * 365: Repeat The Year *characterteaser * Itaewon Class *ep8 * Touch *ep16 * Rurouni Kenshin: The Final *teaser * Team Bulldog: Off-duty Investigation *teaser2 * Yoobyeolna! Chef Moon *teaser2 * Find Me in Your Memory *teaser * The World of the Married *teaser2 * The Game: Towards Zero *ep21-22 * Kotera-san Climbs! *teaser * Forest *ep17-18 * Money Game *ep13 * God of Novels * Fukuoka.

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