The Tale of The Princess Kaguya
Animation • PG • 2013 • 2 hr 17 min
Possibly the most beautiful animation ever put on screen. Yet another masterpiece from Ghibli and Takahata.
Charming and original! Just like amy other great Ghibli Studio movies😁
Enchanting animation about the classic japanese fairytale of Kaguya, I could really feel the main characters pain in the latter half of it
Gorgeous, heartfelt and emotional movie or in other words a studio Ghibli film. I always have time to watch one and this one is up there
A little too long, but undeniably beautiful. Some of the best animation ever put to screen. Truly stunning
So different to the standard Studio Ghibli movies but it’s still really good, to no surprise
Isao Takahata has done it again: An amazing beautiful story, that will bring you to tears. Very deep, personal and emotional.
A great folktale with an interesting artstyle.
Amazing art work, but a slow pace that can make watching it hard.
This is a great movie soaked in legend and lore, do not recommend for younger children but still a great story with a fantastic plot twist.
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