Unformatted text preview: symbolize the family scenery in Japan. One thing I think it could work on would be the pace of the entire film. Being mainly slow, it had no special effects or expensive camera operations. All in all it could be considered a nice production value but without the perks. This is what we in America are use to and are accustomed to seeing on the big screen. This could have contributed to why so much of the class does/did not enjoy the film. I myself did not enjoy the film because of that aspect but really its comes down to style and the way the director saw the film and if that’s what he wants than that’s it. I have seen many Japanese films that I did like however such as “My Friend Totoro.” A great animation feature length film on a little girl and her imagination turning into reality. Overall the style of Japan is not for everyone but can be a useful learning tool....
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course FAS 1136 taught by Professor Hansen,kendrick during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.
- Spring '08