Iain Gray Freelance Writer

My Neighbour Totoro - Review

The animation genius Hayao (Spirited Away) Miyazaki may have made this film 20 years ago, but its universal message of hope, acceptance and generosity has not dated at all. 

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Satsuki and younger sister Mei move to the countryside to be near the hospital where their ailing mother is being treated. Initially wary of their new surroundings, the two girls soon discover a magical world filled with strange creatures, including the massive, furry Totoro.

Hilarious, poignant, and filled with moments of pure cinematic joy, this will captivate both children and adults alike.


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