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In the latter part of World War II, Seita and his sister Setsuko, orphaned when their mother is killed in the firebombing of Tokyo, are left to survive on their own in what remains of civilian life in Japan. The unfortunate siblings do their best to survive in the Japanese countryside, battling hunger, ... More prejudice, and pride in their own quiet, personal battle. Less
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it's no only yesterday, but still damn good. holy moly is this film hard to watch. it's absurdly depressing, to a degree where i don't think i ever want to watch this again. i mean, i will, cause it's coming to theatres this august due to ghibli fest 2018 but the sentiment still remains. the key to this film working, though, is actually in the moments where our characters can live life semi-normally and be happy together for a change. if the film was just constant bleakness and dread for an hour and a half, it would get tiring and overwhelming. being a slow build (and very slow at that) like... read