It also won the 2012 Asia Pacific Screen Award for Best Animated Feature Film. With their help Momo prepares to take the plunge into her new life on the island. What I especially liked, was the amount of attention paid to body language and gestures. Three drops of rain from the sky however accompany Momo to the island, where they take the form of ghostly goblins from an old picture-book. The island setting is woefully underused throughout the movie except for the pig-chasing scene. A lot of the music was instrumental and every piece was performed well. The film the 20th Annual Tokyo Kinder Film Festival's Best Picture award and the International Special Jury Prize in August 2014, the Chicago International Children's Film Festival's Second Children Jury's in the Animated Feature Film category in the fall of 2013, the New York Children's Film Festival's Grand Prize in March 2012.
British distributor held a for an English and it met its goal in one day. Written by Anyone who has watched any anime features knows that they are able to serve a very different function from live action films. I would recommend all ages to give it a try. The music is unmemorable and cannot be commented on. When the two move to a new home on a remote island in the Japanese Inland Sea, Momo befriends a young boy and his perceptive younger sister, a timid postman and three rascally goblins. Both films are available with both English audio and Japanese audio with English subtitles.
The transition from comedy to drama is seamless, and it really makes you to care about the protagonist by the end. The movie basically had everything: a great stroy, great characters and a drawing style?! A letter to Momo could have been a silent film and it still would have succeeded due to the amount of body language and emotional features that was included. A movie that I would rewatch! Being a city girl that she is, Momo struggles to adjust to the country life. One day, while exploring the attic of her new home, she finds a worn out picture book about youkai. Needless to say, Momo is not too overenthusiastic about this new environment. When the two move to a new home on a remote island in the Japanese Inland Sea, Momo befriends a young boy and his perceptive younger sister, a timid postman and three rascally goblins.
Story Momo is a young girl who grew up in a big city. This film has what I call magic, something Ghibli films of late desperately lack. One day, exploring the attic of her new big house, Momo finds a dusty and worn out book. The artwork in this film was outstanding. In A Letter To Momo, a young girl Momo and her mother have sold up their apartment in Tokyo and gone to live near some relatives on Shio Island. Their chemistry with the protagonist was excellent, and the humor just comes naturally. The sountrack was wonderful and enhanced the overall feel of the film in every scene.
Most of all, her heart is still feeling uneasy about an unfinished letter left by her father. Instead of playing with the local kids, she eventually befriends three Youkai in her house - Iwa, Kawa, and Mame. Overall 9 Story 10 Animation 9 Sound 7 Character 9 Enjoyment 9 So this is my first review on an anime movie. This film, in short, is about a young protagonist named Momo who moves towns with her mother after the death of her father. Orchards are found ransacked, prized trinkets start disappearing and, worst of all, each morning after her mother leaves for work, Momo hears strange mumblings coming from the attic of their home. Every main and supporting voice actors suited their roles perfectly.
Following this discovery, strange things begin to happen around town, and Momo is greeted by the arrival of three troublesome youkai. Iwa voice Clinging to an unfinished letter written by her recently deceased father, young Momo moves with her mother from bustling Tokyo to the remote Japanese island of Shio. Momo's father has just died in a boating accident, and an unfinished letter that opens only with 'Dear Momo. By simply adding AnimeLab to your ad-blocker's whitelist you'll be ensuring that we can keep streaming free anime. Following this discovery, strange things begin to happen around town, and Momo is greeted by the arrival of three troublesome youkai. There was just one thing that I kinda disliked about the movie and that was Momo's character in the beginning. Momo begins to appreciate the life on the island, and come to realize the meaning of his late father's unfinished letter to her.
Although the local kids were severely underused in this movie, I think the three Youkai were the true supporting cast. The trio of supernatural characters are more irritating than they are ever interesting or endearing and I wished that almost all of their scenes didn't exist as the humor is nonexistent. Momo herself is an ultra-bland character who cannot stand any comparison with Ghibli heroines like Sen or Shizuku. Momo also learns that her visit to the island is in some way connected to her father's mysterious letter. During the 14th Future Film Festival, held in Italy during 2012, the film won the Future Film Platinum Grand Prize. The story begins with the protagonist, Momo, moving to a small fictional island named Shiojima with her mother.
A total 9 for me, I'd recommend Momo e no Tegami to everyone who likes Studio Ghibli movies and movies that have a really nice and touching storyline without being too deep. Alternatively, why not get rid of ads forever by upgrading your account to Premium? Phim Thư gửi Momo có sự tham gia của Cho, Karen Miyama, Toshiyuki Nishida. Và cô bắt đầu thấy những điều kỳ lạ trong khi muốn biết những điều cha mình muốn nói với cô trong lá thư cuối cùng chưa hoàn thành của ông. Even though the creatures can only be seen by Momo, the trick with anime films of this kind is that the viewer needs to be drawn into Momo's view of the world, not seeing the line between fantasy and reality, letting the message that lies behind it weave a magic spell without being overstated. Momo's voice acting by child actress and seiyuu Miyama Karen was a perfect fit, as well as the three Youkai.
Momo e no Tegami tells the story of a young girl as she struggles to adapt to her bizarre new life and ultimately come to terms with her father's mysterious letter. Moving with her mother from bustling Tokyo to the remote Japanese island of Shio, she soon discovers three goblins. Allow me to be the first to say, the time and effort spent on perfecting this film have not gone to waste. With their help Momo prepares to take the plunge into her new life on the island. . Their new house appears to be haunted, and she feels absolutely miserable about moving out of Tokyo. It has the bad taste of, like pornography, insisting on showing you everything.