A collection of 14 posts
Did Hotaru and Gin got their happy ending?
I remember being a child and thinking what it would be like to fly. And no, not in airplane or a gas air balloon, but like a bird, or in this case, like a witch on a broomstick
He rescues her and very gently keeps her in a green bucket. Excited about having found a goldfish, he takes her to school and takes good care of her all day long. Ponyo who is happy as ever, tells Sosuke that she loves him
And then begins this journey filled with magical adventures with Totoro. My Neighbor Totoro characters have genuine realistic character flaws that makes the animated film a masterpiece
When Marnie Was There is this lovely story about a little girl Anna. Although its beautiful and filled with her everyday adventures, it sure will leave you a little teary eyed
The Garden of Words is about this teenage boy, Takao Akizuki who deeply loves and cherishes the rains. On every rainy day he takes the liberty to skip school and sits in a park nearby
Flavours of Youth is a compilation of three very distinct stories that somehow have this hint of nostalgia binding them together
Yukari Yukino was never really open to anyone but her life took an unexpected turn when she met Takao in the garden she spent her life in. Takao Akizuki, a mature, fifteen year old high school boy and an aspiring shoe-maker.
Losing someone who meant the most to you leaves a gaping hole in your heart. A hole that can’t be filled. You tend to live your life in a monochromatic way, a life without fun or colors. Being alone is the only thing that gives you peace.
In, Ano Hana , A group of six friends formed a secret base named, The Super Peace Busters but drifted apart after one of the members, Menma Uzumaki, died in an accident.
She finds a letter in a drawer which was written by her father but the letter only says ‘Dear Momo’ and the emptiness of it makes her furious inside and a whole lot curious as to what was it that her father wanted to write to her but didn’t
Spirited Away is an animated film created by Hayao Miyazaki. It was released in July 2001 by Studio Ghibli. As a visual masterpiece, this story is nothing short of a captivating plot. Miyazaki’s work inspired me to write about how Spirited Away represents our inner child. Our “inner child”
here are more than enough anime that imprint darker and more psychological aspects into their stories while there are ones that are completely built upon them
What causes people to drift apart? What are the things that make connecting with someone special very challenging?