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“I’ve become sceptical of the unwritten rule that just because a boy and a girl appear in the same feature, romance must ensue. Rather, I want to portray a slightly different relationship, one where the two mutually inspire each other to live – if I’m able to, then perhaps I’ll be closer to portraying to a true expression of love.”
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While the settings of Studio Ghilbi’s anime are filled with whimsy and fantasy, their characters can at times seem remarkably real. Even if you’ve never found a forest serviced by a network of Cat Buses, for example, the emotions that… 424 more words
I’ve always been a sketcher, so I thought I would use the blog to showcase some of my work.
A couple months ago, I had the pleasure of seeing “My Neighbor Totoro.” It’s a wonderful Japanese film that captures childhood’s sense of play and imagination better than most. 70 more words
Spirited Away, Totoro, and SO MUCH HAYAO MIYAZAKI LOVE~
On a quest to see anything related to Hayao Miyazaki’s famous animated works, I joined Sarah Yang along with roomie Minyoung right after getting my alien registration card on Friday, September 19th. 462 more words