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Hosoda reaches new heights of opulence, further cementing his reputation as a towering figure in the world of feature-length Japanese animation.
Belle film review
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We Love Cinema
There’s some amazing big-screen spectacle in this weird postmodern emo photo-love drama from Japanese anime director Mamoru Hosoda, whose previous film Mirai elevated him to auteur status.
Fast becoming one of the most exciting filmmakers in Japanese animation, Hosoda continues to build on an impressive body of work, dealing with heavy themes in a sensitive and artistic manner.
Little White Lies
Beauty and the Beast meets online bullying in a hyper-modern anime riff on the classic fairy tale (or at least the Disney version of it).