Huwebes, Hunyo 29, 2017

Review: In This Corner of the World

In This Corner of the World

Director: Sunao Katabuchi

Starring (Voices): Non, Yoshimasa Hosoya

Genre: Animated
 In This Corner of the World tells the story of a young woman named Suzu, who lives in a seaside town of Eva in Hiroshima. Suzu got married at a young age to Shusaku who works as a judicial officer at the military court in Kure which is a large Naval City. War has torn the dreams of Suzu as tragedy hits her and her family
In This Corner of the World was set in 1944 at the height of the Second World War, the movie depicts a different side of the  world war far from the usual setup and story In This Corner of the World tells the story on the perspective of the Japanese.
We usually see the struggles of many people in the westernized point of view, but this time we are seeing stories of struggles and different kinds of pain from the point of view of the Japanese that we don’t usually see in movies.
The movie might be animated and in Nihongo, but you can still feel the emotions of every character in every scene. It will bring you closer to what is it like to be in a war zone, what's it like is to be in the darkest days of that era, it will reconnect you to that dark past and will make you realize how important peace is in each and every one today.
In This Corner of the World teaches you that no matter how dark the night is, there will always be a bright tomorrow for all of us, never lose hope, have courage, and don't give up.
Ratings: 9/10

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