Studio Ghibli Analysis: My Neighbour Totoro
by Harry's Moving Castle
Hayao Miyazaki’s My Neighbor Totoro is widely regarded as one of the most iconic pieces of Japanese animated film. In this video essay, Harry explains how the film depicts the experience of young children during a tough time in their family life through an exploration of the relationships within the Kusakabe family unit.
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