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Thread: Mirai (Mamoru Hosoda)

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    Mirai (Mamoru Hosoda)


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    I was planning to say "what is it with Japanese and unexplained time-travelling dreams?" but then I realized I could start a million sentences with "what is it with Japanese and...?"

    This is the first film by Hosoda I've seen and it's a good one. I like that he uses all sorts of animating techniques mixed together and not only the stuff we're used to seeing in animé. I got a bit confused near the beginning of the film as for the continuity of the "journeys" but I think it was my fault - they are very clearly established as dreams and that's the assumption you have to work under to enjoy it.

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    Last Five Films I've Seen (Out of 5)

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    Last Seen:
    A Man Called Otto (M. Forster, 2022) ☆
    AmbuLAnce (M. Bay, 2022) ☆
    The Pale Blue Eye (S. Cooper, 2022) ☆
    Drive My Car (R. Hamaguchi, 2021)
    In Bruges (M. McDonagh, 2008)
    Bullet Train (D. Leitch, 2022) ☆
    Chungking Express (Wong K., 1994)
    Persona (I. Bergman, 1966) ☆
    Le Samouraï (J. Melville, 1967)
    Avatar: the Way of Water (J. Cameron, 2022) ☆

    First time ☆

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