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Aoi Hiiragi's manga about a schoolgirl's adventures with a very unusual feline comes to the screen in this witty anime feature. Haru is a girl who one day saves the life of a cat while on her way to school. To her surprise, Haru learns she came to the rescue of no ordinary cat -- the kitty introduces her to the Kingdom of the Cats, where the feline potentate attempts to arrange a marriage between her and his son. Brought into a world he never knew existed, Haru learns a few lessons about herself as he discovers more about ...

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Shelbycat

Oct 27, 2008

A good attempt but not up to the usual Ghibli stan

I really enjoyed this film even though it didn't completely satistfy my Ghibli craving.

I found it slightly odd that all the characters seemed to live in an oriental world but they themselves looked western. Also, one of the things i love about Ghibli films is to watch how other cultures live, even down to how they eat and sleep. Unfortunately this film didn't really have any of this, they did eat and drink things but they seemed westernised.

However, apart from all this i found the film entertaining, very funny in parts and it seemed to end too soon for me. I'm very much looking forward to watching the previous film involving some of these characters (Whisper of the Heart).

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