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Spirited Away is by Hayao Miyazaki, one of the greatest and

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Spirited Away is by Hayao Miyazaki, one of the greatest and most admired animators
and directors in Japan.

What classic novels does Spirited Away share a theme with?
Spirited Away stands apart from other animated movies because it is hand-drawn—not computer-generated—a method of animation that is nearly extinct in the United States.
THE POWER OF WORDS AND NAMES
THE BLURRED LINE BETWEEN GOOD AND EVIL
FOOD
GREED
ENVIRONMENTALISM
RULES
THE SHOCK OF ENTERING ADULTHOOD AND THE WORLD OF WORK
Themes
Motifs
Symbols
WATER
FLIGHT
GOLD
Character
has a sense of richness about her even when she’s just sitting in a towel with a simple white turban wrapped around her head. How is Yubaba a complex character?
even when she is Sen, always appears plain and straightforward, from her ponytail to her humble clothing. What other artistic choices help define Chihiro?
Chihiro
Yubaba
ubaba changes Chihiro’s name to Sen, Chihiro seems to lose her true identity. Chihiro desperately holds on to her former self because if she forgets who she used to be, she’ll be trapped in the spirit world forever. But how does her identity as Sen change her?
Haku
he is not always so composed, and he exhibits both bravery and real sadness. The river he once represented, the Kohaku River, was drained and paved over to build an apartment complex, and Haku is truly a lost soul.
every character is a mix of good and bad qualities and actions. Even those who seem good at first, such as Haku and No-Face, have their share of evil qualities. Why do you think Miyazaki made this choice?
Entering the adult world is a substantial and shocking transition for some of the characters in Spirited Away. Explain this?
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