The Bittersweet Message That Separates ‘Pom Poko’ From The Rest Of Studio Ghibli — Crunchyroll

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— by Noelle Ogawa: When I was young, I spent a lot of time watching animated movies on video, and it was especially easy to find new titles from the small Japanese video store a few blocks away from my house. Ever since my father had brought home My Neighbor Totoro, I was enchanted with Studio Ghibli, and I wanted to watch everything that they’d put out so far. The Ghibli ga Ippai Collection had just been released, so I could stock up on titles, with one of those titles being Pom Poko. I remember sitting down, expecting to see something in the vein of Laputa: Castle in the Sky or Kiki’s Delivery Service and getting something far different…

July 16, 2019

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