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Mamoru Hosoda Japonya, 2018
Breathing rare emotional truth into on-screen depictions of small children and the parents who raise them, Hosoda’s unassumingly sumptuous “Mirai” is a hand-drawn miracle, rivaling Pixar and Ghibli’s efforts to devise family entertainment with a complex and humanistic edge.
November 30, 2018
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Fluctuating between the minor daily occurrences of Kun’s life and his touching sojourns into the past and the future, Hosoda’s film privileges moments of emotion over belabored story mechanics. Thus, it gathers complexity without sacrificing any of its guileless modesty. In the best possible way, “Mirai” feels like the dream of a very wise child.
November 29, 2018
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It’s often delightful, but also frequently abrasive, depicting a stressed family and a volatile protagonist. Mirai’s rhythms and pacing are conspicuously offbeat; its episodic story coheres without building. It may absorb some children and Hosoda’s adult fans, but it risks losing many viewers along the way.
November 01, 2018
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It’s a charming, resonant work that is likely to follow the well-trod festival path of its predecessors and find at least a few takers for distribution but, without the brand value of Studio Ghibli or other well-known names from the Japanimation scene attached, it may need savvy, creative marketing to build audiences.
May 25, 2018
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Unabashedly goofy, occasionally treacly, but often enchanting, Hosoda’s film captures both the elasticity and rigidness of childhood: a form of confinement that nonetheless contains entire worlds.
May 18, 2018
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