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Up until a few weeks ago, I too was not aware of the extremely rich and entertaining variety of anime that existed. My first encounter with anime outside Saturday morning cartoons was when I was about nine years old. I thought it was boring, confusing, weird and creepy.
Like many anime feature films, it is an experience better appreciated by mature viewers. The problem for many kids is that they are raised on American animation with simple plots, flat characters and cheap comic relief.
Going into this movie marathon, I predicted that I would gain a better appreciation for anime. But I had no idea how powerful and entertaining these films would be. All these movies featured not only beautiful animation, but also interesting and authentic characters, as well as expertly crafted narratives.
One of the misconceptions about anime is that it all looks the same.
Although anime as a genre is easily recognizable, there is a wide variety of styles and techniques that can give each film a unique look and feel.
The studio opted to go with a raw animation style, with lots of watercolors and negative space, in order to invoke the aesthetic of an ancient scroll. In one scene, a character grows increasingly upset, and as she does, the animation itself becomes more and more wild and untamed until it eventually devolves into a mess of scribbles.
Very few films are able to so successfully intertwine the content of their film with the form in which they present it. Frozen was one of the most popular American animated films in years. Looking at the two, which is more realistic?
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On the other hand, I look at this and see one image that was made by a computer program with some human help and another image that appears to have been drawn by hand. I enjoy Disney and Pixar movies as much as the next guy. A common trend amongst all the anime films I watched is that the characters are believable.
They do things that normal, everyday people would do.
They say things that real people do. Their actions and choices make sense. And because they are so believable, they become relatable. As the movies progress, you really feel a connection with these characters.
Amazingly, these characters sometimes even feel more real than characters in a live-action film. Every year, there are plenty of Hollywood actors that turn in amazing performances of characters that are every bit as believable as the best characters in anime.
The problem is that when you watch those movies, a part of you will always see the actor who is performing the role. In anime, these interesting and complex characters are often given nondescript faces. He could be anybody, so why not us, or our neighbor or our family?
In this way, anime characters become something of a blank slate that we can fill with our own identity and then experience the film in a very personal and meaningful way.The term anime refers to a distinctive tradition in Japanese animation that is almost immediately recognized by its superior artistic quality.
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If you’re not very familiar with the world of Japanese animation, hearing the word “anime” might make you think of children’s cartoons you used to watch on Saturday mornings, like “Pokémon” or “Dragon Ball Z.” While these shows fall under the umbrella of anime, they are just the tip of the iceberg.
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