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She longs to be an ordinary girl, even as the adults insist that she’s a princess from heaven whose rightful place is in a mansion.
In Japan, some animated works are serialised in cinemas in episodes of 50 or 60 minutes.
She then transforms into a more human baby, growing rapidly, sometimes in the space of a scene.
Her adoptive parents – who are central to the film, in contrast to the Disney tradition – find money sent from heaven, and lift themselves and Kaguya up to the Japanese aristocracy.
He was the co-founder of Studio Ghibli (which made The Tale of the Princess Kaguya) and a colleague and mentor of Miyazaki Hayao.
Takahata’s landmark works include his first feature, The Little Norse Prince, made long before Ghibli in 1968; a television version of Heidi (1974), still beloved in Japan; and the wartime tragedy Grave of the Fireflies (1988).