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Hayao Miyazaki's New Film Will Be Handled And Years Gone




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Earlier it was announced that Hayao Miyazaki would be using computer animation to finish his upcoming film How Do You Live? But now, producer Studio Ghibli, Toshio Suzuki has revealed that in fact, the movie will be pulled by hand.

This movie is based on a 1937 short by Yoshino Genzaburo about a young boy who will live with his uncle after the death of his father.

In conversation with Entertainment Weekly

, Suzuki said that although the novel coronavirus epidemic had stopped production in projects around the world, it had no effect on Miyazaki's future.

"We are still painting everything, but it takes us a lot of time to complete the film because we are painting so many frames," Suzuki said. “So, there are more paintings you can draw than before. Back when we did My neighbor Totoro

, we only had eight pictures. Totoro we made her in eight months. [Ie] The current film Hayao Miyazaki is working on, we have 60 actors, but we can come up with one animated moment a month. That means that 12 months a year, you get 12 minutes worth of movies. In fact, we've been working on this film for three years, so that means it's been 36 minutes completed so far. Hopefully it will end in the next three years. ”

Miyazaki's son, Goro, is also working on a new one – but, it will be turned on by computers. Earlier, young Miyazaki was escorted From Top Poppy Hill.

Last December, Suzuki announced that How Do You Live? it was up 15 percent. “With the production of this new film, we try not to have a deadline,” the producer he said at the beginning of that year in March.


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