Review: Hoshi O Ou Kodomo (Makoto Shinkai)

Whenever Makoto Shinkai (5 Centimeters Per Second, Hoshi no Koe) releases a new film it always feels like somewhat of an event. With just a few films to his name Shinkai launched himself as one of the most fresh and unique anime directors of this age, Hoshi O Ou Kodomo (Children Who Chase Lost Voices Deep Below) only reaffirms this status as he once again manages to deliver a film that underlines all of his trademark perks.With Hoshi O Ou Kodomo Shinkai once again returns to a more fantastical setting, though instead of creating something similar to "Kumo no Muko, Yakusoku no Basho", Shinkai seems to have found a lot of inspiration in the collective work of Studio Ghibli. People like to compare Hoshi to...
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