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• Posted by Josh
• Date: Thursday, July 27, 2006, at 3:49 p.m.
• IP Address: hlfxns01bbf-142177229239.ns.aliant.net
• In Response to: Re: I'd love to see him to a Harry Potter film (with JNH!) (Smalltown_Poets)


https://www.ghibli.jp/26trailer/ I've tried watching that before, but it
> never seems to work right. It's always skipping horribly.

You might need to upgrade Quicktime...

> Goro Miyazaki sure makes some very interesting and unexpected remarks
> about his father on the blog entries on that site:

> "For me, Hayao Miyazaki gets zero marks as a father
but full
> marks as a director of animated films."

> My father threw himself completely into his work.
Not only did he
> not look after the children, he never did a single bit of housework.

> This was surprising to me, considering the themes of so much of Miyazaki's
> work.

> His son even says:

> The more wonderful I thought my father's movies were,
the more I
> watched them because I wanted to learn about him through them.

> All very fascinating.

It really is. In a sense, it's not surprising, considering how work/art can take over a person's life. I look forward to seeing the movie, in any case.


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