Dat breezy European charm. The gentlest of music played on the sweetest of instruments. Utterly lovely and affirmative and a picture perfect joy to behold. The Myazaki film closest to my heart. I rather wish I had seen this one as a little 'un, but am thankful I had Oliver Postgate with Noggin and The Clangers, which occupied a similar place. A deeply generous film.
Adorabile, tra i migliori cartoni di Miyazaki che ho visto. Bellissima la metafora del passaggio all'età adulta (che esasperata potrebbe essere quasi un Carrie al contrario!) e tantissime le scene che restano nel cuore. Imperdibile per ogni amante dei cartoni giapponesi e in generale per ogni appassionato di cinema.
Ridiculously charming with only the very faintest hint of the darkness that's present in even the lightest Miyazaki film. The animation is stunningly dynamic and exquisitely detailed and deserves to be seen on a big screen from a 35mm print if at all possible. It's a great movie on a small screen, but that big screen 35mm presentation reveals what a truly stupendous work of animation "Kiki's Delivery Service" is.
A wise-cracking cat steals every scene he's in as we follow a witch delivering goods with her broom. It is a harmless, cute hand-drawn animated movie but I recommended skipping the English version as Kirsten Dunst delivera flat voice performance compared to the Japanese soundtrack that is perfect.