Seven Films by Hayao Miyazaki
1992 | Hayao Miyazaki
Miyazaki’s rarest major feature, which we’ve wanted to bring back ever since premiering it in Cleveland in 1999, follows a decorated WWI flying ace-turned-pig (the result of a mysterious spell) who battles sky pirates over the Adriatic Sea in the years prior to WWII. This high-flying adventure was Japan’s highest grossing film of 1993. “As stirring as Casablanca and sophisticated as Only Angels Have Wings…A sublime chivalric fable.” –Time Out Film Guide. Subtitles.
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