August 15, 2009
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Anyone who watches Porco Rosso will notice the similarities with Talespin. Although, the film Porco Rosso was released 2 years later than the first airing of Talespin...
So the question is : is it just a coincidence?
This question has been solved.
I'd always felt that Hayao was lookin' at our stuff (I remember coming
up with the inlet to the island, city on the inside drawing... and I
can't draw); God knows we were looking at his. I think the
contrail/heaven scene is one of the great moments in movies (not just
animation) - it ranks with Lawrence of Arabia blowing out the match,
cut to sunrise moment in my opinion. One of the things that Miyazaki
can do (that we could only nod to) was character subtlety and plot
sophistication. Plunder & Lightning was fine and dandy, but a
middle-aged pig that feels guilt for living through the war when his
companions did not... that's just wonder.
My two cents,
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