The last Miyazaki film

Lonzo 2022-04-22 07:01:16

This is the last movie I've seen of Hayao Miyazaki.
After watching several of Hayao Miyazaki's films, I found that when I felt one of his films alone, I didn't feel strong enough, but when I felt several films together, it was much stronger. This movie is no exception.

I can't relate to all the paranormal phenomena in all of his films. I can't think of Jinyu Ji as a little girl who turned into a fish, she is just a simple ordinary little girl. When I saw her running on the rough waves, I didn't think how incredible it was. I was very surprised how Miyazaki did this, and it made me feel so incredible.
The sea, another theme often used by Hayao Miyazaki. I have seen the sea, but never really felt the sea. Hayao Miyazaki's films made me yearn for the sea more. In other words, it is not the yearning for the sea, but the fascination with the vast, large, refined and deep sea. Even the seaside has such a beautiful story.
The story of a goldfish becoming a man. Her motivation is actually not the difference between humans and fish, but her feelings for Sousuke. How much emotion does the sea contain, so that Jinyu Ji desperately wants to escape?

I have a hunch that at some point in the future, I'll be watching a Miyazaki movie again.

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  • Ignatius 2022-03-26 09:01:05

    Children's version of the daughter of the sea? There are not too many surprises in the character modeling, and there is nothing new in the story, so it is worth watching.

  • Claudine 2022-03-28 09:01:02

    When they grow up, what if they get divorced. . .

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