Never-Ending Man: Hayao Miyazaki, success at the cinema!
It is the same Dynit to announce that the documentary film that has as protagonist the famous Hayao Miyazaki, who has gifted the public with films such as Princess Mononoke, The Castle, Wandering Howl, Kiki – Delivery service, Porco Rosso and my neighbor Totoro, has been seen by over 10.000 spectators for an income exceeding 100,000 euros.
The documentary is the result of the work of a director of the public television NHK, which had followed him for over ten years and has been able to document step-by-step rapprochement of the master to the world of animation after his retirement in 2013, this time with the support of the young animators of the CGI. But it was not easy... Miyazaki, lover of drawing free-hand, has met with several obstacles and it is compared with the computer graphic and animation in CGI. An approach that is intimate and delicate for a documentary that portrays Studio Ghibli and Miyazaki at the age of 70 years, in an attempt to return once again to the fore. The new film, titled Kimi-tachi wa Dō Ikiru ka (You how do you live?), it is inspired by the novel of the same name, 1937 to Genzaburo Yoshino.
We hope that the success of the film, lasting 70 minutes in total, is proposed for those who have not been able to see him on the 14th of November.
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