[film] Shinto Daydreams — Nick Park on Hayao Miyazaki and ‘Spirited Away’ … ‘Miyazaki’s work is reminiscent of Tintin. His simple graphic style and attention to detail reveal great imagination: the smallest movement on the girl’s face conveys a whole series of emotions. When Tintin creator Hergé drew cars, ships or planes, you could see a love for the subject itself. You see that with Spirited Away. There is a love of the process of animation. Each shot is composed and looks gorgeous.’ [Related: Official Site, Spirited Away Trailer]

Nick Park on Spirited Away

This entry was posted on Friday, August 1st, 2003 at 5:14 pm and is filed under Movies.

« »

1 Comment

It is a fantastic and moving film; you really do feel “spirited away”. I adore all Miyazaki but it has awoken in me a deep and regrettable fixation with unbearably all things Totoro and Kodama.

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.