When Marnie Was There: Review

Despite its success, Studio Ghibli never lets its fans down. They continue to produce marvels. In any case, I strongly advise you to watch it. Since it sends a clear message of staying together and conquering any specialties you’ve had for a long time. Not merely a message, but a passionate desire to put it into effect. Even if it’s simply a story, we can always find a way to make it meaningful. Furthermore, the artist’s point of view is well-represented in it.


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A sweeping story of friendship, intrigue, and discovery from Japan’s renowned Studio Ghibli, delivering powerful emotions and magnificent animation as only Studio Ghibli can. When Anna arrives at the seashore to live with her aunt and uncle, she comes across an old mansion surrounded by marshes, as well as the strange young girl who lives there, Marnie. The two girls create an instant relationship and bond that blurs the barriers between imagination and reality. Anna is drawn back to the Marsh House by a nearly magnetic pull as the days pass, and she begins to piece together the truth about her unusual new companion. When Marnie Was There is a heartbreaking narrative beautifully presented with its moonlit seascapes, bright orchestral score, and compelling portraits of friendship and belonging, based on the renowned young adult novel by Joan G. Robinson and directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi (The Secret World of Arrietty).

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When Marnie Was There is an emotional piece of art, thriving to display the spectral events in the main character’s life. It gives us a strong message that there’s a beautiful world outside the swirl of dark thoughts hovering in your mind. Sometimes you should just take a break from everything and enjoy yourself to the fullest, far away from the worries. Just stop thinking and worrying and start exploring the world of endless possibilities. I would personally recommend you to watch the film.


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