Take a look at Roger Ebert's 2002




НазваниеTake a look at Roger Ebert's 2002
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AUTHOR: dan

TITLE: Chihiro/Sen

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DATE: 12/03/2004 01:11:13 PM

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Like others, I found this movie to be quite amazing but strangely unfulfilling. While I have never really gotten into "japanime", this movie made me want to look into it further. The animation, which was as hot as Megan Brooks, really made me pay attention to the story, even though I did not quite understand it or where it was taking me. For example, what did the huge slime mold represent, and why did Sen have such luck with it in the big bath? Also, what did the huge baby in Yubaba's care have to do with the story at all? Either way, it was a great movie with quite a visual display.

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AUTHOR: tim

TITLE: Comments on movie

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DATE: 12/03/2004 03:21:25 PM

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Before watching this movie, I had never really seen a full japanimation movie before. I never really thought that I would like it, but after watching this movie. More questions arose in my mind than were answerered after watching this film. How are the character descriptions related to Shintoism or are they random depictions of the gods? There seemed to be an influence on animals in the movie. Many of the characters in this movie were depicted as animals and it seems as if in Shintoism there is an influence on animals. I wonder how the animals are revered in that religion. Also, the animation in this movie was very well done. What is the difference between the ghosts that appear at night and the other characters in the bath house? Anyway, I enjoyed this movie and it has sparked my interest in such japanimation films.


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AUTHOR: collinsa

TITLE: Spirited Away

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DATE: 12/05/2004 03:19:31 PM

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Japanese animation takes a much more creative approach than what I've found of Western animation. For instance, many of the characters were not only incredibly detailed, but also oddly creative. In fact, I noticed that many of the characters resembled some of the characters in Japanese plays, art, and film. In my Japanese Literature class, we've seen various masks, paintings, and sculptures that resemble the animated one's in "Spirited Away." Seemingly, some of the supernatural beings, particularly the demonic characters, are portrayed in the same way throughout their culture.

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AUTHOR: owingsj

TITLE: Spirited Away

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DATE: 12/06/2004 12:56:47 PM

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The movie revolved around the oft-used premise that prostitution stems from desperation. Sen seeks employment because she's told that there is no other way for her to live. However, as we all know, prostitution is much like gambling- its the last thing you want to involve yourself in at a time of desperation. If Sen's employment parallels this type of desperation, has she been tricked or do you think its really the only way for her to live and hope to rescue her parents?

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