5. The Wind Rises (Wind is floating)
Kaze Tachinu (The Wind Rises) is a historical animated film written and directed by Miyazaki Hayao, released in the summer of 2013. The film is inspired by Miyazaki’s own manga series, featuring titled “Kaze Tachinu”, and a novel by author Tatsuo Hori. The story in this movie revolves around Jiro Horikoshi, the Japanese designer who created the famous Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighter aircraft during World War II.
4. Millennium Actress (Actress of a thousand years)
The story begins when the current manager finds an old key at the dilapidated movie studio that is being demolished. He realized it was the key of a once famous female movie star – whom he greatly admired. After suddenly retiring, that female star lived a closed life and refused to accept any interviews. The manager decided to find the other female star to return the missing key for many years. And so from here, the story gradually turns back to the past.
3. Your Name (What’s your name?)
The film is the body swap story of two boys and girls Mitsuha – a high school girl living in a small town in the Itomori region, and Taki – a male student in the vibrant capital Tokyo. Mitsuha is always bored with her boring life and dreams of being a handsome guy living in the capital. Meanwhile, every night, Taki sees herself in the form of a country girl. Both of their dreams came true when a thousand-year-old comet appeared on the earth and then every other day they swap bodies.
2. A Silent Voice (Audio Shape)
Sound Shape revolves around the school life of a born deaf girl Shoko Nishimiya and a boy named Shoya Ishida, who bullied Shoko when they were in the same class in elementary school. One day, Shoko suddenly changed schools. She left the boy Shoya, who was shunned and criticized by her friends, because now, Shoya is a “bad guy who bullies others”. In high school, Shoya meets Shoko again, he decides to make up for the damage caused to her old friend. However, is it too late?
first. Grave of the Fireflies (Grave of the Fireflies)
Movie Tomb of the Fireflies is a series anime Based on the novel of the same name by Nosaka Akiyuki. This anime is set at the end of World War 2 in Japan, and tells the poignant but touching story of the brotherhood of two orphans Seita and her younger sister Setsuko. Two brothers lost their mother after a fierce bombing by the US Air Force on the city of Kobe while their father was fighting for the Imperial Japanese Navy. Seita and Setsuko struggle to survive amid starvation and the callous indifference of those around them, including the two children’s relatives. The movie Grave of the Fireflies is more than an allegory about self-esteem over and above all about the anti-war spirit of the Japanese people through the fate of two children.
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