While Studio Ghibli is set to open its first amusement park doors later this year, Animation house still working on animated films Which is considered by many to be the best example of anime. Now, the animation house has taken a moment from one of its biggest films, kiki’s delivery service, when it comes to the end of the story which introduces a young witch who climbs above the clouds and uses her supernatural abilities to help build her own business. There were definitely layers to that moment and big things were in store for Kiki’s future.
kiki’s delivery service The first came in 1989, which became one of the first films Ghibli produced and was directed by famed anime filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki. In the film, we are introduced to a young girl named Kiki, who becomes a witch and must leave home with her black cat, Jiji, as a part of tradition. Throughout the film, the young witch is able to converse with her pet, but in the film’s final moments, GG reverts to a regular black cat, leaving the audience to decide whether he has used his voice. Why was it lost?
Following the recent airing of the award-winning Studio Ghibli film, Toshio Suzuki, the founder of Studio Ghibli, elaborated on Jiji’s sudden change at the end of the film and what it meant for Kiki to move on:
“GG is not just a pet, he is another self [for Kiki], So when she’s talking to GG, she’s really just talking to herself. Being unable to speak with Jiji at the end means she no longer needs her alter ego, and she can now do well in the city of Koriko. Kiki will grow into a good witch who can work by herself without relying on Jiji’s existence.”
Studio Ghibli has never made a sequel to any of its films in the past, instead going with original stories for each of its films, but fans can expect kiki’s delivery service To make an appearance at the amusement park opening in Japan later this year, as the studio attempts to bring some of its animated locales to life.
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