Oh wow another Gibli film that's amazing, I am VERY shocked everyone.
I'm of course kidding, of everything I've seen of Gibli so far, it's safe to say I really love them at this point. Spirited Away and Totoro are both incredible and so is this one.
It feels quite different though. It might be the absolutely gorgeous art style, where everything is faded watercolour and rough lines, which gives it a unique style, but also just adds to the emotion of the characters. The way this movie uses blank space, colour, line thickness and framerate to convey emotion is really well done.
The story was also pretty great. It's just a great delve into what real happiness is, how…