From the creators of Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle and Ponyo.
Shizuku learns that Seiji dreams of one day taking up his craft in Italy, while he encourages her to write. Although their dreams may eventually lead them to very different places, Shizuku and Seiji vow to be true to the strong bond between them. Teenage Shizuku has a passion for books and plans to spend her last summer holiday in junior high school reading in the library and translating popular foreign music into Japanese. But her plans are disrupted when she discovers that the same name, Seiji Amasawa, appears on each of the books she borrows. One day while riding the train, she encounters a mysterious cat who will eventually lead her to the shop where Seiji works as a trainee violin-maker.
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This is a coming of age story of a young schoolgirl trying to figure out what she wants to do with her life... There are magical moments sprinkled throughout but it is at heart a realistic story of what it means to grow up, fall in love and follow ones heart. This is not the best Ghibli Studio's movie, but it still features superbly hand-drawn images and animation. The Blu Ray quality is great and I am happy to have this part of my collection.
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