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Recently I re-watched My Neighbor Totoro after many years. I watched it when I was a little kid and I had since completely forgot the story line. After I was done watching it just recently I felt like it was kinda meh, and not what all the hype and my previous good memories of it was. That is when I thought that there is some deep underlying message in My Neighbor Totoro that I completely missed. Any thoughts?
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>>101776949
It's Miyazaki's most personal film. His mother was bedridden for his whole childhood and he was escaping to the world of imagination like the children from My Neighbor Totoro.
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That puts a way more interesting cap on it. Thank you
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>christiohercalloway216@gmail.com
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>>101776949

>christiohercalloway216@gmail.com
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It has pretty much the most important message of all time: the wonders of childhood and escaping into the world of imagination, like the other anon said.

I mean did you never do that as a child or something?



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