The Wind Rises
Drama • PG-13 • 2013 • 2 hr 6 min
This film is perfection! Miyazaki creates with a quality that is nothing short of amazing!
One of the most beautiful animated film I've ever seen. Emotional and compelling story about flight and love.
Emotional story excellently portrayed. Joe Hisaishi's score is simply breath taking as with all studio ghibli
If this truly is Miyazaki's swansong, it's a beautifully poignant one.
Absolutely beautiful. A movie I can always trust in when I need to cry.
Really beautiful and a bittersweet movie. It has some history of WW2 in Japan. The love story between the couple made my expectations 📈📈📈
A little slow but it’s such a personal and moving story, it’s hard not to fall in love with this
Beautifully animated, wonderfully written and so compelling: as much as you'd expect from Miyazaki.
Amazing animation, subtle but funny humor, deep, meaningful undertones.
One of Ghibli’s best films about love and flight. The ending is so moving.
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