Hayao Miyazaki he is the most successful filmmaker of Japan and the movies of his Studio Ghibli They are considered precious objects of culture throughout the world. Nowthe first trailer in the world was revealed and the premiere date of what, he says, will be his last film: “El Niño y el Herón”.
This is the first trailer that is released since, due to its massive recognition, Studio Ghibli decided that it was not necessary to release more than a poster to promote the release in Japan. The situation will not be replicated in USA and the rest of the world, where the distribution decided whether to publish a trailer next to the release date for that country and Canada: next December 8. The film will also participate in the festivals in Toronto and San Sebastián.
Following the usual times after a US premiere, andIt is likely that it will be released in Argentina during the first months of 2024. The film is also known as “How Do You Live?” or “How do you live?”, and until this advance only a few details were known.
Why Miyazaki’s film was released unpublished in Japan
“A poster and a title, that’s all we had when we were kids”explained the president and Studio Ghibli co-founder Toshio Suzuki. In an interview to the Japanese signal NHK, he explained to them, “I enjoyed trying to imagine what the movie was about, and I wanted to bring that feeling back.”
miyazaki originally withdrew in 2013 after premiering “The Wind Rises”. Suzuki, who accompanied the artist throughout his career, revealed that the director now wants to deliver one last film to leave to his grandson.
The filmmaker was director and screenwriter of the Oscar Award Winner for Best Animated Film: Spirited Away. youHe also worked on animation classics such as My Neighbor Totoro, The Incredible Vagabond Castle or Kiki: home deliveries, among other.
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