Set in Hiroshima during World War II, an eighteen-year-old girl gets married and now has to prepare food for her family despite the rationing and lack of supplies. As she struggles with the daily loss of life’s amenities she still has to maintain the will to live.
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Just stunning. Such a beautiful, lovingly crafted animation that is possibly the most mature look at war I’ve ever seeing a children’s film. It’s often haunting and heart-breaking but pushes through to inspire faith in this tale of a young woman’s journey through a life in wartime. 4.5 stars
I watched this on an airplane and so many feelings, so many feelings, it was good the cabin lights were turned off because I was shaking some times. It's WW II in all its horror and industrial monstrosity and yet humanity remains the center of it all. The texture was beautiful.
This is not a movie about the atomic bombing of Japan. This is a movie about a family, how it builds up, splits apart, and comes back together. The world is so incredibly rich and the characters so real that every mundane thing in their life connects with you on an emotional level. The art is gorgeous and full of intimate period detail. The horror is so effective because of the attachments we have made to everyone.
Sad at so many times yet so brave, one of the most heart-breaking anime movies I've ever seen. I've got so captivated by Suzu - with her drawings and her soul - that I felt all of her strugles as a teenager marrying and living the WWII. Powerful and full of life, the existencial side of coping with a tremendous loss.
(Vu en DVD) Le quotidien d'une jeune femme dans le Japon en guerre, du côté d'Hiroshima. Sans être très original, le film sait se montrer émouvant en restant sobre, avec un style visuel bien à lui. Seul le sort de certains perso secondaires (la prostituée, l'ex-amoureux) demeurera assez confus, du fait de traitements "poético-oniriques" bien maladroits. Il faut aussi supporter une héroïne assez bêta dans son genre...