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Fresh update on "miyazaki" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

01:18 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "miyazaki" discussed on All Things Considered

"You have to show your health certificate wherever you go before us. There's been no much impact. Thankfully, all of this depends on who you ask, However, if you would have done so the people who did not experience tragedy they for gotten already They only think everything is good. Now. That's Miss Joan. Her son got sick in February, but the severity of the lockdown no cars could take him to any of one's overcrowded hospitals. So he hitched a ride on the back of an open truck and freezing rain. Looking for care. He finally got a hospital bed, but no one attended to him. He sent desperate messages for help to his wife before he died several days later. Which end of the hallway. The My biggest regret is that I sent him to the hospital. At least at home. He would have gotten something to eat. People to care for him Now, when I think of him, my heart hurts more than I can bear. Miss Joan wants to remain partially anonymous because authorities have arrested people who documented how local governments at first struggled to provide care. Last month, A lawyer turned blogger named John John was sentenced to four years prison for shooting videos about the desperation of one's residents in the early days of the lockdown. This is one of the lawyers who represented John. He asked to remain unnamed because he could lose his law license for speaking to NPR. Sanjana Shah took a change. You know, we don't know how big this group of people are. But their stories are shocking. The cost they paid for all of us was everything they had two other well known bloggers remain and what is effectively detention. Third one businessman funding has simply disappeared. Yes, thank God. We're talking college fund became famous. After filming this video of eight corpses being unloaded from a major one mortuary just a weekend to lock down the video shocked Chinese viewers. At first, I thought what's so serious about this virus? Why are they locking down the city? It was only after watching this fine being video that I realized how bad things were. That's a volunteer who delivered medical supplies and food during lockdown. He also requested anonymity. Many health experts say a woman lockdown should have begun earlier and would have slowed down the virus is spread. This volunteer says. Nonetheless, he could not forgive the cost it placed on the city's residents. Cost. He feels other Chinese citizens do not grasp the only phones. Another 4000 lockdown, created to run a medical resource is in a sense of panic. Many people with conditions other than the coronavirus couldn't get care as a result, and died during lockdown, phones, disappearance and the death of whistle blowing doctor the when young still rankle from Melanie Wong, another one resident. Sounds. How large is your twin from initial when I remember the anxiety of the lockdown. I'm very sad, especially because people who told the truth were arrested and even jailed. What has this will come to my officials get to escape Blame for such tragedy? One remembers during the lockdown. The only cars you saw for weeks. We're from the mortuary. Elderly father was in the hospital during the pandemic and had Covad like symptoms that sent the family into a panic until he tested negative in the meantime, to other relatives died from chronic illnesses for which they normally received regular treatment. It was interrupted during the lockdown. Well, Mr Amiel Height, Oceana. We're still living by some food. But who knows what could happen the next minute? What will tomorrow bring? For some? The severity of the lockdown is a point of pride. It showed how well their top down political system could work. Then there are thousands of people like Miss Strong, who lost her son. They bore the brunt of these measures. Thank Wanda Kinda. Josie goes through this all official C is a statistic of total deaths, but each was a sacrifice made by us common folks. Be pointless Sacrifice. Who wants to be a hero? In that case, she is quivering with grief, as she says, these words, her dry eyes fixed on some distant point in the past. Emily Chang. NPR NEWS Wuhan, China Even if you don't own a cat, you've probably seen one flip out over catnip. They roll around on it, Rub it on their faces. Then they will sit there. Quiet repose, generally acting like they're high, and they kind of are Japanese researchers studied why that happens with a plant called silver Fine native to China and Japan. Professor Masao Miyazaki of Japan's Iwate University, says the silver vine plant is unrelated to Cabinet but two pranks and very similar structure of the compound. His team isolated that compound from Silver Vine, which closely resembles the active chemical in catnip and found that when sniffed through the nose, the chemical taps into a cat's opioid reward system. Voila! You have a stoned cat. They visited the zoo, too, and found that big cats like Jaguars like X and leopards acted just like kiddies when exposed to the chemical, But Miyazaki suspected there might be something more to the attraction. We think that the response should have as a benefit in the Cat Plaza down only getting the euphoria I tangible benefit, not just euphoria well prior work had suggested these catnip compounds can propel insects. So the scientist tempted house cats to roll and rub against silver vine leaves and then They unleashed mosquitoes and found that significantly fewer of the biting insects pestered cats who had rubbed against the leaves. The details are in the journal Science advances. Dr Michael Delgado of the University of California. Davis was not involved in the work, She says The finding is intriguing with a caveat. I would never attribute any type of intention. To the cats that they understand that they're preventing mosquitoes like we do when we applied mosquito repellent. Still, she says, even if cats just sniff catnip for silver vine, because it makes them feel good. It doesn't negate any unintentional fringe benefits behaviors that are beneficial, often feel good, right, like meeting and eating. Are things that we do to survive as a species. They also happen to feel good, so there's definitely some overlap between things that benefit you as a species and things that feel good. No. Does this mean we can use catnip as cat mosquito repellent? Not quite, says Delgado. But it is a nice explanation. The strange behavior that we didn't fully understand before. So that's one strange cat behavior explains on Lee about the billion more to go.

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Fresh update on "miyazaki" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

01:23 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "miyazaki" discussed on All Things Considered

"Thankfully. All of this depends on who you ask, However, if you would have done so, just the people who did not experience tragedy they for gotten already They only think everything is good. Now. That's Miss Joan. Her son got sick in February, but the severity of the lockdown no cars could take him to any of one's overcrowded hospitals. So he hitched a ride on the back of an open truck and freezing rain. Looking for care. He finally got a hospital bed, but no one attended to him. He sent desperate messages for help to his wife before he died several days later. Which end of the hallway. The pavilion. My biggest regret is that I sent him to the hospital. At least at home. He would have gotten something to eat. People to care for him Now, when I think of him, my heart hurts more than I can bear. Miss Joan wants to remain partially anonymous because authorities have arrested people who documented how local governments at first struggled to provide care. Last month, a lawyer turned blogger named John John was sentenced to four years prison for shooting videos about the desperation of one's residents in the early days of the lockdown. This is one of the lawyers who represented John He asked to remain unnamed because he could lose his law license for speaking to NPR. Santana. She took the change you want, but we don't know how big this group of people are. But their stories are shocking. The cost they paid for all of us was everything. They had two other well known blogger. Was remain and what is effectively detention. Third will have businessman funding has simply disappeared. Yes, back when they were talking from became famous after filming this video of eight corpses being unloaded from a major Wuhan mortuary just a week into lockdown. Video shocked Chinese viewers you get at first, I thought, What's so serious about this virus? Why are they locking down the city? It was only after watching this fang being video that I realized how bad things were. That's appalling. Here who delivered medical supplies and food during lockdown. He also requested anonymity. Many health experts say a woman lockdown should have begun earlier and would have slowed down the virus is spread. This volunteer says. Nonetheless, he could not forgive the cost it placed on the city's residents. Cost. He feels other Chinese citizens do not grasp uniforms. Another 4000 lockdown, created to run on medical resource is in a sense of panic. Many people with conditions other than the coronavirus couldn't get care as a result and died during lockdown phones, disappearance and the death of whistle blowing doctor the when young still rankle for Melanie Wong, another who hunt resident Sounded tell. Did you hear the twins from initial When I remember the anxiety of the lockdown. I'm very sad, especially because people who told the truth were arrested and even jailed. What has this will come to where officials get to escape blame for such tragedy. While remembers during the lockdown, the only cars she saw for weeks we're from the mortuary. Elderly father was in the hospital during the pandemic and had covert like symptoms that sent the family into a panic until he tested negative in the meantime, to other relatives died from chronic illnesses for which they normally received regular treatment that was interrupted during a lockdown. Well, Mr DeMille Height Oceana. We're still living by some fluke. But who knows what could happen the next minute? What will tomorrow bring? For some? The severity of the lockdown is a point of pride. It showed how well their top down political system could work. Then there are thousands of people like Miss Joan, who lost her son. They bore the brunt of these measures. Thank Wanda Kinda. Josie goes through this all official C is a statistic of total deaths, but each with a sacrifice made by us common folks. A pointless sacrifice. Who wants to be a hero? In that case, she is quivering with grief, as she says, these words, her dry eyes fixed on some distant point in the past. Only thing. NPR NEWS Wuhan, China Even if you don't own a cat, you've probably seen one flip out over catnip. They roll around on it, Rub it on their faces. Then they will sit there. Quiet repose, generally acting like they're high, and they kind of are Japanese researchers studied why that happens with a plant called silver Fine native to China and Japan. Professor Masao Miyazaki of Japan's Iwate University, says the silver vine plant is unrelated to Canada. But to prance and meat. There is similar structure of compound his team isolated that compound from silver vine, which closely resembles the active chemical in catnip. And found that win sniffed through the nose. The chemical taps into a cat's opioid reward system. Voila! You have a stoned cat. They visited the zoo, too, and found that big cats like jaguars links and leopards. Acted just like kiddies when exposed to the chemical, But Miyazaki suspected there might be something more to the attraction. We think that the response should have other benefit in the Cat Plaza down on rejecting the euphoria, tangible benefit, not just euphoria Well prior work had suggested these Cabinet compounds can propel insects. So the scientists tempted house cats to roll and rub against silver vine leaves, And then they unleashed Muskie. Does and found that significantly fewer of the biting insects pestered cats who had rubbed against the leaves. The details are in the journal Science advances. Dr Michael Delgado of the University of California. Davis was not involved in the work, She says The finding is intriguing with a caveat. I would never attribute any type of intention. To the cats that they understand that they're preventing mosquitoes like we do when we apply and mosquito repellent. Still, she says, even if cats just sniff catnip for silver vine, because it makes them feel good. It doesn't negate any unintentional fringe benefits behaviors that are beneficial, often feel good, right like meeting and eating are things that we do to survive as a species. They also happen to feel good, so there's definitely some Overlap between things that benefit you as a species and things that feel good. No. Does this mean we can use catnip as cat mosquito repellent? Not quite, says Delgado. But it is a nice explanation of a strange behavior that we didn't fully understand before. So that's one strange cat behavior explains on Lee about the.

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Pokémon plane takes off in Japan

KYW 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pokémon plane takes off in Japan

"It's a plane. It's a jiggly puff Well. Some Pokemon themed airplanes are starting to appear in the sky in Japan. Phyllis eat Airlines debuted a Pokemon painted plane on December 19th. Its maiden flight was from Miyazaki City tow one of Tokyo's airports. The plane is part of a tourism collaboration between the Pokemon company and various regions of Japan, and for those who don't have air travel in their future. There are also Pokemon themed Busses and several cities in Japan. Special planes and bus Israel be operating through at least the end of 2021

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"miyazaki" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

04:01 min | 7 months ago

"miyazaki" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

"Like many of house later films, this one featured a strong heroine and themes about the dangers of pollution and war, both very important to how ill also noticed, includes flying machines, which fascinated hieaux from a young age. In one, thousand, nine hundred five Hieaux with his friends took a Hotta Tacoma and Suzuki founded Studio Ghibli and the next year created their first film Laputa Castle in the sky about an orphan girl named Shida and a boy named Pozo from a mining town. Together they go on an adventure that involves a gigantic city in the sky, called LAPUTA. Castle in the sky became the highest grossing Japanese film that Year Studio Jeb Lease, next films were my neighbor Totoro, which is one of my kids all time favorites in grave of the fireflies. Later came Kiki's delivery service about a friendly witch, a few others in between and then princess-mononoke. which became another high grossing Japanese film. In two. Thousand One came spirited away, which won awards in Japan and the US Accounta- me award for best animated feature. Even though all of studio, Ghibli films originally Japanese, most of them were translated into other languages like English so others can enjoy them as well. A few other popular films by Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli are howls moving castle upon you and the wind rises. The Wind rises tells the story of the engineer who built the zero, a Japanese fighter plane. The same one has father helped build when I was a child in Japan. The wind rises like many of High House. Other films is a warning about the devastating effects of war, especially on the innocence like he and his family during World War Two. In September two thousand, thirteen, high announced he'd be retiring and instead focusing his time on creating artwork for a studio Gb Museum, but everyone knew Hieaux and they knew he wouldn't rest for long. He began to learn how to use computers to animate, and even at his age when most people think they can no longer learn new skills. Out struggled through the process and created his first computer animated film called borough the Caterpillar. Instead of retiring, he is continued working on a new film called. How do you live? My children I have watched most of Studio Ghibli films and Love Them for many reasons first of all, we love the adventure stories and the wild exotic places they take us. We also appreciate the hand-drawn animation, because most films use computer graphics. Now it's impressive to see animations that are sketched and colored by hand. We also love the music which is often played by classical instruments. An is relaxing. while. Some of the movies have violence, they are often less noisy and over stimulating like many computer animated movies. If you're looking for studio, Ghibli movies that are appropriate for younger kids are family recommends my neighbor Totoro Kiki's delivery service whisper of the heart, the cat returns and Pancho. Something else I love about his films that they remind us that people are imperfect. His characters don't always make the right decisions and make mistakes also has villains are always completely bad often they're someone who is misunderstood, and once the main characters come to know the villain. They end up becoming friends. Haya one said I get inspiration from everyday life. He also said. You may not like what's happening, but just accept it, and let's try to live together. Even if you feel angry, let's be patient and endure. Let's try to live together I realized. This is the only way forward. And always believe in yourself do this. No matter where you are, you will have nothing to fear..

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Dining in Cork, Ireland

Monocle 24: The Menu

04:51 min | 11 months ago

Dining in Cork, Ireland

"Week. We are with Monaco's Johnny German as he talks through the reach and varied culinary delights on offering Cork Ireland's second city in the southwest of Ireland and on the banks of the river. Lee Kirk or as the locals refer to it. The real capital is a true culinary. Hotspot first-place visit is a Cork Institution. The iconic English markets buying the city center a bustling Victorian covered marketplace packed Boulevard sans trading products from the local to the International. Maneuver your way onto the barrel. Vaulted CEILINGS THE ALTERNATIVE BREAD COMPANY. And pick up a loaf of traditional Irish soda. Bread loaf under your arm. Wander over to O'CONNELL's fishmongers which offers freshly caught fish arriving daily from castletown bear in West Cork. Get yourself a slice of the very popular oak smoked salmon to pair with your bread. Even Queen Elizabeth herself visit the marketplace. During a state visit into an eleven pat O'CONNELL the fish monger welcomed the Queen and pointed at a monk fish. He said it resembled his mother-in-law. The Queen laughed uproariously across a few Stolz to a Riley and sons butchers established in nineteen. Ten here get a good serving of tripe tra- Sheen and Caribbean some or d'oeuvres to chew with relish tripe is the stomach lining of a sheep or cow tra- sheen variety of blood pudding and Caribbean pig trotters. Old famous in the market due to its long standing history of providing salted beef and to sailors circumnavigating the globe departing from the coastal harbor of Cove. Exit the English market and amble along to the Michelin starred. Itchy GAUCI on key patrons. Sit on stools or at the counter and observe the chef. Takeshi Miyazaki at work in the open kitchen experience. Japanese haute cuisine fused with local ingredients in fact Miyazaki uses local English Beans to make his tongue cut through dishes. The menu offers items that are grilled steamed pickles chewed in rice soup and Sushi me all reflecting the seasons sample the spring dishes pickled awash with Sardine Rhubarb welcoming. And She Soto's has crunch Kenny cream. Crockett with castletownbere crab unusual. Koji mayonnaise perhaps knockback. A man in Tokyo wants me to never drink hot sake. As it will give you a roaring hangover. He continued to confidently. Say Drinking ice cold under no circumstance would give you a hangover from experience. I can categorically confirm this is untrue after succulent meal of Japanese cuisine. Checkout alchemy coffee. In books on Barrack Street they used three F. E. Independent Irish coffee roasters. I promise a sip of the coffee in alchemy will make the drinker releasing audible in pleasure. The cafe has used books to flick through alternating art exhibitions from local artists decorate the wolves and all of this adds the creative and relaxing ambiance for dinner look no further than Para Diso. An internationally acclaimed Vegetarian restaurant known for its innovative menu parody so uses local ingredients for an international taste braise TURNIP SPROUTING. Broccoli and chilly glazed. Pan-fried Tofu with Patrouille. I some of the highlights on the diverse locally sourced menu. Even for the most carnivorous of meat eaters. This vegetarian jam is a culinary highlight of the city after such a gastronomic Odyssey. A final coaling to the Abbey. Tavern is much needed on the way to the pub take post-prandial Stroll Through University College Cork and admire the neo. Gothic quadrangle employs tres. Now for an evening staff Digestif in the Abbey Tavern a pint of Murphy's referred to me once as glorious mode of the River Lea make sure to bring along a copy of night boat to ten year by Kevin Barry Long listed for the Booker Prize last year this very pub features in the book and gives the reader great insight into the colloquialisms lyrical accents and the culture of this great city wined dined evening in a snug crack. Open a bag of cheese and onion crisps. And hopefully you'll be treated to a boisterous sing song as the night rose on and on

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"miyazaki" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"miyazaki" Discussed on /Film Daily

"I feel like it was one of those ones that people like discovered. It wasn't like it was like a ton of buzz before came out or that. It was a high profile profile show but once you have that relationship to that show like you almost feel like you're some way connected with it. I think but maybe that's just me projecting here because i didn't like the show <hes> ben. What have you been watching so. I watched my neighbour totoro for the first time. This is <hes> higham as oxy's movie from nineteen eighty eight and i've been like slowly very very slowly making my way through them. He has ocoee cannon <hes>. I enjoyed spirited away. I really really really loved <hes> castle scaglione stroh and this one. I think i'm somewhere in the middle like i enjoyed it but i was sort of shocked to realize like how <hes> <hes> streamlined and and <hes> boiled down the story is to just these really really basic elements. It's very much like a <hes>. You know there are some like supernatural things because the the premise is these two girls move into a house with their family. The mom is sick data's professor so he's not really <hes> i mean he he's he's around but he's not like spending all day with them and they discover these <hes> i don't know like forest spirits in the woods near their house basically and <hes> that's that's kind of like there's not really much going on by way of plot <hes> and it's it's very much like a day in the life of our a lot of the movie is is sort of a day in the life <hes> following these two young sisters around <hes> and i enjoyed spending time with them. I i enjoyed <hes> you know. Obviously the animation is gorgeous and and <hes> and all that stuff that you would expect for miyazaki property <hes> but i was just sort of more blown away than than anything else that just like how how simple the story was and i guess especially considering this came out in eighty eight in this was like you know it's around the time that movies like little mermaid or coming out in like stuff that i grew up watching <hes> you know on the american side of manhattan and a lot of those movies are like so jam packed with like crazy conflicts and huge step pieces and like <hes> i. I don't know just a lot of stuff for lack of a better word in this movie is very much not that so <hes> i think i'm glad that i came.

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"miyazaki" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"miyazaki" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Talk about yourself if it was trying to prep our guest right before we start recording according and his directions were it's loose sits finds a conversation griffin's. Those are the no i think that's i think that's fair and i grew up in england. I brought that up immediately. We what i'm pretty sure. This is labor tennessee doesn't that you sure citing. This is one of the three basic entry points to the podcast and i've never heard this. I have a bad memory so i i can't. I don't have an excuse. I would've remembered interest sir. Please podcasts calling check with griffin david. This is the fastest we've got in. The intro out probably be three years right. Usually it takes. We're like the departed departed like there's forty minutes before the opening credits right right right even need these headphones. You know i'm not on my ears. I'm wearing hiring them for aesthetic reasons. You can do the barbra streisand <hes> you know. She's always like this could do. The one who phil collins does the mono in ma'am the <hes>. Do you know christmas important race and that's why i wear them because it makes me feel important and also hearing that it's like recording according relieves my anxiety about the show not getting lost right yeah thing that has never happened <hes> <hes> but but <hes> talking on like before introduce you that is an essential element of our show we have. We have to have because you didn't know but you pass the yeah. That's exactly what we want. <hes> okay wait. I was halfway through the introduction and i stopped myself to complement myself and how quickly i was doing the introduction and derail the introduction coping check. It's podcast cast botham agassi's directors who have massive success early on their career given a series of blank checks. Whatever crazy passion projects they want sometimes those chicks clear and sometimes they bounce baby on the film's haya miyazaki <hes> it's called howls moving pod castle that's right and so they were talking nosko valley. The wind is the second film and arguably is kind of the guarantor for his career. It's it's the one that writes the trick. I talk about that. There's usually the the film that gives them the hand him the checkbook. You know what i mean. There's like directors especially because it's not as true as it used to be but like directors who make some movie where hollywood's like okay clearly. I guess you know what you're doing. So what's the craziest thing you've ever wanted to do. What is that like. I love to know soon. I often male phenomenon. I wanna i wanna ask a bunch of our questions so proper introduction our guest today <hes> incredibly illogically the director of the farewell luang i want to ask you. Do you feel any sort of shift. Now you have this movie that is the only successful independent film twenty nineteen and only that one of the only movies to not underperformed at the a box of his relatives expectations and is so well reviewed. Do you feel like any sort of shift in terms of like increased opportunities opportunities that you have. Are you so much in the like the press hamster wheel that you don't even know yet no no. There's definitely been a shift yeah. I'm getting submitted a lot of different projects. I've set up <hes> another feature amazing. She's very exciting yeah and i also i i got to set that up only because because of the success of the farewell but did set it up with the same production company beach <hes> and it's a much bigger movie that requires probably probably some some amount of effects <hes> <hes> which which means higher budget but i also was able to negotiate final cut..

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 Earthquake in southwestern Japan causes no apparent damage

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Earthquake in southwestern Japan causes no apparent damage

"A six point one magnitude earthquake has shaken part of southwestern Japan. But there are no reports of any serious damage at this point, the Japan meteorological agency has issued no Sunanda threat though. It says there could be slight sea level changes again. No soon Omni threat. The tremor struck Friday morning local time just outside me Miyazaki city of about four hundred thousand of the quake was felt as far away as South Korea again. No sooner me threat as we get further. Details we will pass them along

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"miyazaki" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"miyazaki" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"I just, I'm, I'm, I'm sad about leaving my friends and family or friends in school, you know? So like she's into kids stuff and and I don't think she gets the whole consumerist thing she has. She hasn't been soiled by. Tainted by fucking reality and stuff. So when she gets over there and but then at the same time, I say that she's worked. She's like, I want to work hard Amiga worker to get a job and work in the bath house for you. You know, let me prove myself, you know. So yeah, she's not consumers, but she's also like weirdly hard worker. It's kind of cool like self-preservation philosophy and the for millennia have talked about the wisdom of children, right? Like the bible talks about out of the mouth of babes and it's just something that has always kind of existed that there's a sense in which as you get older, as you start to understand the world, you divide it up more. You imbue more meaning into things that maybe shouldn't be given such meaning. And so you sort of lose your attachment in your connection to the simplicity of life. You sort of become less natural or you become you become more concerned or. What's the word like in Buddhism, you become you become more attached to the material world and you lose your connection to the beyond into the transcendent. And so there's something about like having a child like vision or like a like, RIA, tuning yourselves to the simplicity of things that Miyazaki seems to really buy into because in most of his films, children are the wise ones. They're the ones who are the heroes. They're the ones who have the imagination. They're the ones who have the capacity. They're the ones who can see through the Greek Reed or the corruption or whatever. And they're always kind of like reminding us, hey, let's not be so consumed with these things that we think are the really real, but they're not the really real. I'm in. You know, there's one character that I guess maybe I just can't crack this character, but I wanna talk just a little bit about the giant baby. What Fuck. the fuck is. Also a baby in labyrinth. Keep going right. And then there's also foul-caller in the labyrinth. We've got these flying, you know, lion dragons all over the place, but this babe, that's that's never ending story right. Oh, that's that's kind of the same thing guy girl. That's a fantastic place. That's that's a cinematic fail on my part. So this baby win. When I first saw the baby, I was like, okay, that's really weird. When it started talking. I was like, this may be the creepiest baby. I've ever seen in my life. It's so it's so like sort of eloquent, it's very clear and and air. You died almost. Dot area. So so so so wh- what's your question about? What is the significance of this baby? Because I, in some ways it seems like the baby is going on its own sort of journey of self discovery. I think one motif for the baby is just, you know, like what, like you said, chil- children have this inherent kind of wisdom that we don't know where you know until he gets taken away from them, but and 'til you become a selfish adult. But before you became become a wise child, you are a very selfish baby. So I think that you know, because you just don't know anything. So the giant size of it and just how it just anywhere it goes. It's just may him. Yeah, so, and that's a baby. You know, that's a motif for a baby wherever it goes. If I can drools and shits does everywhere. He goes eighties were oversized like that they would destroy the world and they get everything they want. So that's what. It's all about, I think, yeah, I guess a baby in a way. Maybe I'm over thinking it, but a baby is really like just a consumption machine. Exactly. Really is then Tila get smart. Yeah. So by the end by the end of the film, I guess the baby is sort of done the same thing to heroes done in that. It's now at the end of the film, it cares about you hero. It's saying like, you know, if you heard San, I'm gonna cry or maybe maybe the threat is even worse, but you know, it doesn't really have a lot of bullets in its gun..

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"miyazaki" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"miyazaki" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"And this is just one of my struggles in life because I'm really interested in postmodern criticisms. And then at the same time, I don't want to go straight hippie and be like, we just need to get back to earth man and just like dig our hands in the soil, and that's the real of the real cause. Even all of that stuff is still mediated by consciousness and language and culture. And so there's still like a fantasy. That's a tad. To the supposed- real connection with nature, right? But nevertheless, I've been really interested in this idea of of hyper reality of Disneyland high definition, television and things like that that are even more real than what I'm able to experience in my let's say normal natural faculties, and it's not that I'm trying to make a value judgment. That one is good in one is bad, but I think it's really interesting to explore the consequences of that tension or of that mishmash of technology with what we would call nature. And I mean, Miyazaki clearly seems to favor the natural, I would say, do you think so? Yeah. Yeah, definitely. But I mean, let's not forget like Disneyland is hyper real because it's aimed at children little babies that like like to see, big, hyper real cartoonish things. It's like a, but yeah, in terms of other stuff like the effect on the dolts of like virtual reality or some other kind of thing we're we're, we're not in. In nature at all? You know, I definitely think me Ezaki. You would not like that you're are you sports fans huge sports football on TV that you watch like football on her basketball on her? I hate it though. I hate the fucking it's high frame rate. She's a little cheered, right? Yeah. It's like bright there. I don't like it. The Lord of the rings thing in high high frame rate. And I like every frame I, I like barely look at it. You know it was like it was like hard look at it like made me sick, almost feel like poorly filmed. Even though as you feel like you're watching people in in hobbit costumes, you don't feel like you're swept up in it anyway. That's what I thought that that that's exactly might thing. Like when I watch a film on, I'm very good. Even though I have a critical mind of just like suspending disbelief when I have to, like if I'm watching vice crack dude, I got my analyst hat on, but if not, I'm dude, I will get lost in even the most mundane like rom com. And I'll be bawling my eyes out. It doesn't fucking matter. You know, but high-definition television snaps me out of my suspension of reality because I'm doing exactly what you just said Ryan. I'm like, oh, that's a dude wearing prosthetics on his face. Right. For school. I, I like the immersion that you get and it's because what is it like the we don't see in four k. or something like four k. is too high for for our our brain to process or something along though it's I, it's giving you every detail where but the weird thing is, is that film like we like hell non detail to dues, you, your brain does. Rarely. That's basically what it comes down to kind of feel the same way about music these days, like the music now clean. But if you listen to like Led Zeppelin, it's like it's, it's got like that veneer..

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"miyazaki" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"miyazaki" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"Slash wise crack pod. Now, let's get back into spirited away. So when I was thinking about this movie, you know both back when I thought about it earlier in and also when I rewind it, I sort of thought about it on that surface level. And then I kind of reconnect. Actualized the whole thing in the political and economic lens that I think Austin mentioned earlier. So we should talk a little bit about that because just in the very beginning of the movie when she heroes father mentions that amusement, parks being abandoned is sort of a a symptom of the Japanese economic collapse it. The first time I saw the movie definitely like didn't register with me. But when I thought about it and did some research, it really seemed to open up a whole new layer of the film really, I guess, after the war and I do talk about this in the EarthLink. So I apologize if I'm repeating myself a little bit. But after the war you had Japan shifting away from traditional values and getting more interested in capitalism in pursuing those capitalistic ideals. So the amusement parks are really unim- bodyman of this. I mean, you build them when you're in boom times there. Totally something that thrives on discretionary income. You only build them. Wind times are good, and there's almost like a little bit of cube risk attached to building one. And in this case, this amusement park is built in the style of traditional Japan. It's built with sort of a faux historical vibe to it. In fact, when the the father, I notes the age of the building, he looks at it and he says, oh, it's not old. It's fake. So he sort of pointing us to that every town or what are they call it at Disneyland where it was like every ethnicity little part of right in the or we're going to it was like the community of the future, all Disney called it or something like that. Yeah. I mean, Disneyland, does this right? And and you guys probably know a little bit more about this. I'm just starting to read about what Umberto eco says about Disneyland and hyper reality and that stuff. Have you guys not. I don't know. Have you guys seen that? Awesome. Have you ever heard of the now? I know I haven't. What does he say. Well, I'll butcher it, but he's basically talking about the phenomenon of building these sort of fake towns that are intended to be more real than reality Schorr and I'm like a cartoonist reality sort of. Yeah, and this isn't just pure fantasy either. This is based on reality. There are these theme parks, all around Japan that are abandoned and they're all these. They're kind of like ghosts amusement parks, they call them hike, yo, or hockey. Oh, I don't know how you'd say it's h. a. I k. y. o. but they're all over Japan and you know, they have like shrubbery and trees and things that have taken over. It's almost like nature is reclaiming culture in a way. It's really quite creepy, but super interesting that these that these things are are still out there in their existence. So I mean, Miyazaki is probably drawing some inspiration from those. Right. And and if you go online, I mean, there's a lot of different photographs from these places. They are really, they're spooky. They're just they're sort of disturbing in a way, but they're also like in a strange way, sort of calming. There's one called the Nahra dreamland that just it's like it just it's so bizarre to see like the earth reclaiming this stuff. And do you think. Miyazaki's mainly commenting on just the inherent, excessive consumerism involved in that you don't think he hates Disneyland. I don't think so. Although Disneyland is the one amusement park that did manage to survive. I think it's an Tokyo daddy. Yeah, that one lived. No, I don't. I don't think so. I think that what he's commenting on is sort of forgetting your past. Yeah, and that theme sort of echoes throughout the film where we hear all this importance on remembering who you are, remembering your name. If she hero forgets her name, she becomes she loses her identity. And I think that that is a metaphor for for what he saw happening in Japan. Definitely. I mean, there is something about hyper reality. Let's say like like the more real than real that is kind of the kind of detaches us from the physical world..

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"miyazaki" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"miyazaki" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"And then after that, it kind of just devoured all the films, and then I actually helped produce the wise crack addition on the philosophy of me as Ocoee video. And then I did dive into the film, and I just think that this film is so fascinating it like you guys have said, there's some interesting things about greed and consumption about like the the wisdom of children. Which is something that cuts through all of me as Ocoee films. And then I think there's something really beautiful about the spiritual themes, interconnecting nature with culture and not becoming so caught up in maybe technology or the things that are human, but trying to have an appreciation for deeper realities that are maybe we might say behind the veil, right? And so I think there's something so fascinating about how this film is. So maybe even more than the other films because it's kind of bat shit crazy because there's that bath house and all those weird creatures and animals and spirits, and things like that. It's more frenetic in eccentric than the majority of his films which are a little bit sometimes strip back and simple and and I like them all. But there's something crazy about this film that I think is really quite appealing. I think they're all pretty crazy, personal Princess Monan. Okay, dude. I mean, that's that one's cranial when Razi. But I mean like Kiki's delivery service a neighbour Totoro opponent. Oh there. There's a wild nece to them. But for some reason when I watched this, I was just like, whoa, dude, you're this batch shit, right? Pound yo is definitely tamer than this movie and same with Khodro, but I definitely think that. The just the tension to detail. That's the big thing. Hopefully talk about to just about his filmmaking like he just these little things in life. Just help. White paper will fold and weird ways. Never see it really illustrated and movies like I would say that just how he focuses on those things in each of his movies, though tamer ones and the really batch insane one's really makes a kind of a surreal. But like human quality that transcends cinema baby does. Yeah. Hand. Well, you know, like I said, I, I wrote the earthling cinema on this, but my I think I saw this movie right when it came out in the theaters because I was already anticipating Miyazaki's films by then. I think the first one I saw was NASA. They did. They found like an old print of it and they screened it on the big screen at at Berkeley. Whereas at school at the time and I saw it, it was my first exposure, I think to any anime and it was just intense. It blew me away. That movie is like. Really emotional and beautiful. Like snow scene, no sokaia it's a good one. And then there's a set of graphic novels that are amazing as well. So I was waiting for it and I was not disappointed from the beginning of the film, just it. It really gets straight into this magical world, and I love love movies that take you away. Like I, I love movies that are set in like spirit realm. You like wizard of Oz Nelson wonderland, like as things. James Franco's wizard of Oz, and Johnny. Oh, man. But even those versions I can, you know, can always get behind a movie that takes me away. So, and this movie absolutely did. Did you get spirited away when you watch. Share to say, okay, I knew something was coming. I'm worried that no one is pushing that applause button when Ryan talks, but we'll have to get into that later. So the problem. So really excited to get into these themes. And I think the first thing we should do, what we usually do on the show. My understanding is we do a recap, so I'm going to get into that now. Good job. You've watched an episode. I have. I have. I am a fan. Oh, thank you. So in the beginning of the movie, we meet a young girl named Shahikot and her parents at this point in the film to heroes kind of a brat. And right now, she's sulking because the families moving to a new town and quote, it's gonna stink. So while driving to the new home, the family gets lost and they wind up in front of a strange deserted building with this creepy statue in front of it against two heroes objections they explore, and the father realizes.

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"miyazaki" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"miyazaki" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"Show. Yeah, yeah, absolutely. Ryan editor from that show. I love it as for me so I don't get to do. Are you going to do Ryan. Warrenton Kevin's intro. Kevin, so I don't get to do a lot on the content side anymore. But when I heard that we needed somebody to step in for the show me the meaning on this particular film, I raised my hand because I love this movie. You wrote the earthling cinema analysis for this movie. I did, yes. Check that out of episode l. Yup, I was definitely ready to refresh and watch the movie again. So we are talking about spirited away today, the Miyazaki film. Hell, yeah. Why don't we start by talking about, you know, are just some general thoughts about the movie. Would you think the first time you saw it on rewatch? What's your experience? Well, hi, my name's Ryan on the editor of at and Ryan is wearing. What film hat thing? Oh, yeah. If you if you're if you're only listening. I'm I'm, I'm, I'm all decked out in my Miyazaki motif gear. So I have my. I have my pig barbecue apron on symbolizing the parents who. Get turned into gross pigs in the movie, and then my pon yo inspired. Squid hat the call it. So anyway, I love me as Ocoee if you can't tell. But so this may the first time I saw saw it in high school or a pretty soon after it came out and it it. It definitely blew my mind. It was the the very first anime call, the Santa may right. This is I think so. Yeah. So so yeah, that that I never seen and I was like, yeah, okay. I can see why people are into this, but then I went and saw watched other anime and I, it's really this one's to me exceptionally magical in different than than than others. And yeah, Misaki is just an imagination. Genius. This movie. I don't know how you'd think of it like in especially the hand-drawn. It's so impressive. Obviously, I'm excited to talk about other themes about how people are just inherently greedy, and it's kind of a money can buy you anything. Unfortunately, and basically how it's kind of I love how that it's a kids movie. That's kind of anti parent in a way. Not saying I'm anti parent, but I'm just, I mean, you know, I was. When I was a kid everyone was, but that's what's so cool about this movie is that is that you know, I, it really is a from a kid's perspective for kids by kids, even though was made by like a sixty year old man. But yeah, I really love this movie and it's awesome. Would you think yet? So I am way late to the game on studio Ghibli anime. I had a good buddy when I was in undergrad. That was, I guess you could call him a Japan file. What's is it a taco or Tokyo? Is that the name of the culture, like the people that are really into Japanese. Oh, is that what it's called? We don't know shit. Okay. Yeah. And he would talk about it and he writes, comics and things like that professionally in his made some films and whatnot, and and so he would talk about it all the time. And I, I never got into it until I would. I saw the red turtle, which was actually the first studio Ghibli film that I saw, which is not a me as Ocoee film, but it's the first studio Ghibli film that I had actually seen, which is just two years ago now, and I thought it was magical. And so I went then and I was like, okay, I gotta go through me as Archies filmography and this is the one that everybody talks about, but it wasn't the first one that I saw. The first one I saw was totara my neighbour Totoro..

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"miyazaki" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"miyazaki" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And miyazaki miyazaki in studio ghibli i mean i'm interested in that because one of the things that i'm a huge studio ghibli miyazaki fan and one of the things that i think he's always done brilliant needs to meld the fairy tales if you like of central europe with japanese sensibility which is very much what you've done in this film isn't it many of the miyazaki movies you really couldn't put your finger on where they're set but it's filtered through his imagination and it's a japanese point of view and i guess without even really mean to that's one of the ways that we're inspired by miyazaki by his way of creating a world in an atmosphere and mixing what he wants from the kinds of stories that have inspired them and also i think we always talked about nature in relation to me that is his maybe his deepest interest it's the matic through all his films it's very different from for instance american animation the way the silences of nature are portrayed in miyazaki is completely alien to to what we have in the whole history of american movies and we wanted to have that if we could now you've got this amazing constable is bryan cranston plays chief the alpha dog if you'd like good greta gerwig jeff goldblum phil murray till the swinton you know so someone how did you cost it bryan cranston i thought of because i loved breaking bad so much and i just wanted to work with him i thought he would be just right for this role the really complicated thing was finding the boy who plays his character called atari who's the hero of the movie and we ended up finding an eight year old boyd play a twelve year old character which is something that never happens in live action he has a wonderful voice and a great spirit and through his vocal before missy influenced how we designed this puppet and really every aspect of this character in a way the voices in a movie like this even when they're not talking somehow the performances of the voice actors are a part of what the animators work with wes anderson and i love dogs may even have adult friendly screening negu check your local listings fishy tests and velasco greece about my guest today as.

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"miyazaki" Discussed on WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"miyazaki" Discussed on WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

"A good job at the simpson though i would also say that writing for animation is not for the week of heart the reason why as your expected to turn a script ran a very short amount of time and you have to do it all before the animators can work they assumed that if you've got a right for animation you can do a script in two weeks but they know because of the laborious process to create the drawings sram asian you're gonna need about eight weeks so much was a lot better for those of us who draw when it comes to stay employ than for those of us who right which relatively new works in animation have you been really impressed by i'm going back a little ways up from pixar the incredible from pixar and anything he'll miyazaki is done ever he'll miyazaki does those beautiful illustrated films tell me that those him yazaki is very introspective process he has a special place where he likes to draw in in a lotta people not know what he's working on their until he's ready to show and a purse only a person with his cash shea can get away with a thing like that and outfits like disney wait until he's ready to show them what he's got of course his advantages he conceives of it he illustrates it he criti he said he's not simply being told which illustration one after another to stick on a on a film no i would like to be the person tries to tell him ezaki which tell us race in the stick in front of what i think you'd see that very quiet little man turn into a a a monster no he has the cash aid to do things at his pace had to do things his way and to not conform to any kind of stories or or any executives idea of a good story does he have a following in the sense survey hall school of illustrators and animators that are following in his footsteps i think you get drummed out of animation if you don't love hear me as ocoee you just don't go there yet who else has that kind of cash a or almost that kind of cash a is it somebody it picks her who again has the licence to create an a vision to do it all yes i would say bread bird in america uh approach approaches.

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"miyazaki" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"miyazaki" Discussed on KPCC

"The time marty grabbed an oscar nomination for best animated feature they were out of a job so producer nishimura took stock not just of his own career but of animated self more unintentionally go on you've won you wait there there are many many animation films being made japan of all different types but i think what's disappearing is the kind of animation everybody in children to adults can enjoy together and this is what studio we created for thirty years and was the kind of films i saw as a child that tuka hotter and miyazaki made when jib has closed its production division i wanted to find a way to create films like the jubilee movies i grew up with the share with today's children nishimura decided to launch a studio of his own calling it studio pau knock a name with serbocroatian routes did as a rallying cry asleep adashi schedule now convert of me i've been interested in croatian culture for many years so when we needed name i selected pona it means the minute after midnight or zero hour was the old days ending and the new day is beginning i thought this would be a good symbol for our studio at gipsy universal she worked as an animator on princessmononoke k housemoving castle and spirited away but marion the witches flour is his first action spectacle as a director we'll global studs you will the animator in one of the things i specialized in its studio gibb lee was action scenes but the two giglia movies i directed were quiet films so when i struck out on my own i wanted to create a movie filled with action starring an energetic action oriented girl studio paul knock will have to contend with an unexpected competitor studio jubilee itself last summer just a month after marrying the which is flower opened in japan miyazaki announced he would come out of retirement to make another film far from worried nishimura sounds amused mother group anonymous in this town near the togan i wasn't surprised because for thirty years each time he's finished a film mr miyazaki has said i'm going to retire i don't wanna make any more it's too much we're still young and have the physical stamina.

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"miyazaki" Discussed on The Incomparable

The Incomparable

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"miyazaki" Discussed on The Incomparable

"Engulfed in water and basically a face appears pearson sales well done and i remember watching that scene and going okay like that was that moment where i just kind broke and i was like i just have no idea why anything happens in this movie or what it means and uh moist us yeah i mean more than any i'm sure every miyazaki movie i watch has lots of real significance is to japanese culture that i do not understand as a westerner this is the movie wear i feel like i i literally cannot tell what things are flights of fancy and what things are very specifically referencing things from japanese mythology or culture it is in in almost every way the most foreign feeling miyazaki to me because i know i like when i watch it i feel unqualified to watch it th i think to say on this ira that yeah yeah there's there's a lot of that that kind of being thrown all the way in with all of it and getting hit all in the face with all of it all at once hareth i i don't think that an entirely makes it obtuse uh but i i think i think assistant professor lots no found on that so this is what this is our our fifth miyazaki that we've done i think so comparable in in uh extended fashion as opposed to the role in tour that you guys did early on john i have no way of of knowing how i would have felt about this film if this was the first that i had seen because that that ship has sailed but this movie is bug nuts crazy.

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"miyazaki" Discussed on The Incomparable

The Incomparable

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"miyazaki" Discussed on The Incomparable

"Tonight i was actually sitting there thinking as i was watching and before we started a recording in it's the most fun i've ever had watching it and they think they know it's so well at this point that i'm willing to appreciate just the the intricacy of the art in the little visual gags that happen and the attention to detail especially can in the wage a hero moves in that kind of thing the i enjoyed it more i think than i ever have before uh but like it was persistence i think to give me here because i did not like it the first time i watched i like parts of it but mostly just felt confused it's the first miyazaki i ever saw and i saw poor poor western i saw man here's the thing i saw it and thought you know everybody road is a really great movie all right i'm going to give it a shot everybody loved it and i didn't dislike it but i was mostly baffled by it and actually watching it now having seen a bunch of miyazaki um i actually appreciate some of the things about it more because i know miyazaki both in that some of these things are familiar like the sits bright's who make a cameo here it's nice to see them but also in the ways where it goes away from your miyazaki expectations in that the first what five minutes of this movie with the parents and the daughter and they're moving to a new place boy i've seen that before and all of that it's like oh this is a miyazaki movie i know exactly where this is going to go and boy does it not go there and i know that now having seen his other movies about about just how kind of strange this is my memory of watching it the first time is mostly the one seen where they pull all the garbage out of the river spirit and she.

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"miyazaki" Discussed on The Incomparable

The Incomparable

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"miyazaki" Discussed on The Incomparable

"It is their their various things that that are familiar now to a lot of western audiences but there's plenty of stuff in this movie that is now almost twenty years old that is still not commonly trotted out in stuff that people who who watched more than just spirit away more than just kiki's delivery service more than just odero there's a whole lot of stuff just it's just a lot of stuff to take in and and i i think that is where it can overwhelm people jason colluded elaine any opening remarks said the first this this is my second miyazaki movie the first miyazakim have you ever watch whereas kiki's delivery service which i will never be able to talk about on the incomparable butts second movie goes beyond the commentary track at it we do have some day down maybe there um but this was the second miyazaki movie i watched and honestly in this was just a few years after it came out i think and i remember returning it to to the friend who was like you have to watch this movie he was really working on getting me in subic miyazaki in enemy in and i was like oscar i do not get this movie i it it was cute guess but it was my first real memory in my early twenties of being like there is so much culturally i don't understand about this movie that i just i can't even comprehend it um and i'm wondering if that's part of what other people feel like no face so as i still don't really get no face i've just decided that i'm gonna let it go you know it's just saying okay this is this is weird um so i don't know if that's kind of your experience to be the first time i watched the second time russia the third time on russia's like i do not know about this movie.

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"miyazaki" Discussed on The Incomparable

The Incomparable

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"miyazaki" Discussed on The Incomparable

"But uh the reason i waited so long to offer this up as a selection is because it's not my favorite miyazaki movie other many others we've already watched that i that i like better that i think are better movies but this is widely praised and very popular and i think it's a lot in here just because i think it's worth talking about why everybody loves it so much and my maybe jason doesn't and when you put it next to todorovo uh it's it's something that that it there's there's a foundational difference in the narrative where tolder you have this in a supportive loving parent figure and in this one it is much more about the next generation cleaning up after the oblivious nece the complacency uh the pick parrots the the pig berenson the came before them and and jason aid it may it may be a little bit of your your parental gene of not all parents are bad now asked on it it's not it it's not is just the ditches just seventeen pounds a crazy in five down bag maybe more this this this movie ended up being i found a lot of people's introduction not just me is ocoee not just a jubilee but to animate in general and when you have something that does so much visually i i can totally get people looking past the fact that in most us canadian presentations of most of what people have been exposed to are subtitles on dvds that use the the dialogue from english dob rather than actual translation of the script that includes a bunch of cultural stuff that that contextualised things a bit better um but it's it's weird is real weird once a look at from a straight ahead oh this is an animated film it's it's an animated film it's a fantasy film it's a it's a bizarre visual tapestry of just the all kinds of stuff uh especially loads and loads of suffering japanese mythology.

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"miyazaki" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"miyazaki" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Uh and this this term was deliberately pushed by the fandom of the aera because japan information contains a racist slur or i it it it either their intended to but you might misinterpret is doing so and so's as some people tried to say japan imitation was the uh was that was a good term for it i think most morton uh fans would would raw the say is just animation um because we don't want to introduce this note the some kind of specific notion that because japanese it's special although of course the fight with japanese is exactly what makes it special to me um so yes i do my best to say japanese animation because i don't like getting bogged down in so many compliments over terms that on not cody fight and concrete even in japanese um so enemy geico which is the enemy studies it's the of the textbook crowed animation studies in in japan um actually devotes a good forty pages arguing about wall japanese animation is our enemy is because for example just a muddy the waters hiault miyazaki refuses to refer to his work as enemy as far as high on miyazaki is concerned enemies the junk on television and he's films are animation because that's four because he's not is and so when even the japanese arguing about it and even when you follow the japanese idea which seems to be relatively it seems to be gaining ground which is the enemy refers to limited other nation this is no help at all um when you're trying to push japanese animation aboard is he you say it is adami in other means is as good as relay on immigration that's never going to their you any good but also the entire notion of limited animation has been entirely mangled and transformed by the advent of digital animation when you work digitally and your motion capturing actors sometimes you'll using seventy frames of motion per second.

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"miyazaki" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"miyazaki" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"They she announces what is called a superpig and it's a new it's a it's doesn't look like a pig it kinda looks like your and falco or from the neverending story without hair smashed together like such a hip her yeah kind of like it has these big floppy like dog years all yet and that's a superpig and oca is the main superpig we get to know in this movie but she's announcing this and then it goes to ten years later she's she saying that we're going to send out like twelve super pigs to different farms all over the world and we're going to see which farming family they made they made a point to say small like familyrun farms which farmfamily family raises the pick the best and we're gonna take they're methods in use it on all our superpig that's what she tell so it's like charlie in the chocolate factory for superpig exactly zero vix and ten years go by and we get this little girl this little south korean girl on a farm with her two grandparents i want to say i believe moving and oncle bits i don't i don't recall if they ever say and her superpig jet her name's the girls made his major the super pigs name is okay and they have this incredible bond like she's whisper and into oak busier osha is smart ogea she almost falls off a cliff meizhou in oakland save zor in sacrifices herself for media so it's kind of like a live action miyazaki film yeah you know it has that feel to it and it's kind of wonder isn't everything.

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