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February 10, 2010


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YES!!! A Miyazaki post!! I was going to do one on him last semester but his work is so epic I was intimidated. He exploits the versatility of animation like no other.

Have you heard of Paprika? It's a but mature than Miyazaki's stuff. I wanna see it so badly but alas, my two-week trial of Netflix expired

There are a lot of anime that cannot be seen by kids. Take, for example, the controversial "Kite" by Yasuomi Umetsu. It's a dark, graphic and violent story of a teenage girl assassin. In direct contrast are the heartwarming, family-friendly works of Hayao Miyazaki. Japanese animators are not afraid to explore the dark depths of the human soul. But they also bring out positive things about people.

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