- St James Senior Girls’ School
- Review Date
- 28 March, 2017
I think this film would touch the heart of even the most cold-hearted of people, it is the most unpredictable and complicated story I’ve ever seen!
Now something that is quiet unusual to put in a review, I can only really enjoy foreign or studio ghibli films if they are in their original language, I just think it makes the whole experience better!
Being able to access so many foreign and old films in this day and age is an honour!
Lastly the feeling, the love, the animation in detail, of the sorrow of their face, is almost unbelievable beyond belief, and if the story is as amazing as this one you’re in for a real treat!
And can I just say this film is so clever because it represents so many things for example, the scene of Anna as a young girl, surrounded by these men, looking scared out of her wits, I think represents the idea of panic and drowning.
The connection of family is key in this film, and this film manages to cram laughter, sadness, hysterical tears, and compared to all of the other films I’ve seen stretching far out into the world of film, really by far my favourite film. And I will remember crying hysterically coming out of the cinema for ever! As this film has death, love and letting go of the past, and it taught me to take no one for granted! And it teaches us all something!
(Don’t watch this film if you’re looking for a laugh, watch it if you want to watch a sensational film!!)