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is totoro an anime?

my friend is applying to college and is doing a japanese course. in her interview she wants to mention that she watches anime to learn japanese (despite only ever watching dubbed)
I asked her what shes watched and she says

"Pokemon, totoro, ponyo, I watched one episode of SAO and got bored, and I tried watching Clannad but it was boring and grey so I turned it off"

Do SG films count as "anime"
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Is it animated?
Is it made in Japan?
Is it intended for Japanese audiences?
Fuck off.
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Yes they count. But it's risky to discuss them because unless you really know a LOT about SG films, their influences, etc., you run a serious risk of getting labeled a casual/newfag/etc.



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