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This movie was so very sad, I actually cried, and I never cry watching anything.
Practically left as orphans in war torn Japan, Seita quickly learns that he has to do everything he can to preserve his life and the life of his young sister.
I think this movie is one of the best anime movies ever made and that I have ever seen.
One of the mos heart-rending and sensitizing films of all time. Human nature at its best and worst.Published 5 hours ago by Patrick Hogan
Brilliant though terribly heartrending and sorrowful film from genuine artist/animation-master Isao Takahata. Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Book & Music thief, from HI
Very slow paced and depressing. Not enjoyable at all. I guess its not my type of movie, so if you're like me you should stick to Miyazaki and you'll be good.Published 2 days ago by M. D. Carver
The first time I watched this film I had expected something dark but still with an uplifting message, I found none of that in this film. Read morePublished 4 days ago by B. Emord
A classic drama. As an American, this feature tells the beautiful story of love and suffering from the prospective of Japanese civilians during WW2 you just can't get very many... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Dusty Dixon
love this movie. couldnt find it anywhere.wish I had the download version also so I can watch it on the go.Published 8 days ago by Rose
Good god - a great great story, great animation, great voice acting - but I will NEVER watch this movie again. Read morePublished 15 days ago by c_n_p
This is a powerful anti-war movie, done in a slow, graceful way rather than clash and bang. It gives us the human cost of war in a subtle, moving way. A masterpiece.Published 15 days ago by C. Nelson
This is one of the greatest war films of all time. Beautifully, beautifully done by the magicians at Ghibli Studios.Published 16 days ago by John A. Sanders