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Princess Mononoke: The Art and Making of Japan's Most Popular Film of All Time (Cinéma) (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 29. September 1999

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Director Hayao Miyazaki ranks among the most interesting and original figures currently working in world animation. His charming children's films My Neighbor Totoro and Kiki's Delivery Service enjoy a rapidly growing audience in the U.S., and his brilliant Princess Mononoke, which broke box-office records in Japan, was released theatrically in the U.S. in November of 1999. Although storybook adaptations and a few Japanese volumes about individual films have appeared in the U.S., a major study of his work in English is long overdue. Miyazaki's many fans will enjoy Helen McCarthy's Hiyao Miyazaki and Mark Schilling's Princess Mononoke: The Art and Making of Japan's Most Popular Film of All Time, but neither is fully satisfactory.

Schilling's Mononoke is a translated and expanded version of The Art of Princess Mononoke, published in Japan in 1997. A respected journalist based in Tokyo, Schilling is a much more polished writer than McCarthy. His summary of Miyazaki's career is concise but informative. Scores of handsomely printed backgrounds, cel setups, and frame blowups trace the story of the film, but the reproductions of Miyazaki's own pencil-and-water color drawings are even more interesting. The layouts, landscapes, inspirational sketches, and early studies of the characters reveal the mind of a great artist at work.

Like McCarthy's Hiyao Miyazaki, Schilling's Princess Mononoke would have benefited from more careful proofreading; in a discussion of the use of computer animation techniques, for example, Schilling turns "morphing" into "morfing." --Charles Solomon

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I have been a huge fan of Hayao Miyazaki ever since I saw "My Neighbor Totoro" many years back. Since then, I've been getting my hands on any kind of merchandise, collectibles and have been going more and more into Studio Ghibli (Thankfully Disney is dubbing most Ghibli films into English for U.S. release, and too bad all of them have been delayed for countless months. Laputa, where I saw the sub and the Disney dub at a film festival, still needs a release date, and Kiki and Mononoke were both delayed).
Hayao Miyazaki is a master storyteller and visionary, which is why this book is the perfect companion to the biggest Japanese moneymaker (until Titanic came along) of all time, Princess Mononoke. The film is a masterpiece. The art is so extradoniary that nothing so vivid or detailed can be produced in a live action movie. The story really gets you thinking, about how man and nature must work together in order for both to survive.
This hardcover book is tremendous. It has a Studio Ghibli history, plus, it's broken down scene by scene with storyboards, pictures and a lot more. There's even a section on computer images, and how and when they were put into the film.
If you have seen the movie and enjoyed it, or at least enjoyed the visionary style, you truly need to pick yourself up a copy of this book. If you're a Miyazaki, anime or art fan, this quite a good book for you too. It'll capture your imagination for hours and hours on end.
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Well worth the $, but mostly if you want to relive the beautyof the movie. This has all the scenes and breathtaking backgrounds inone book. It makes a lovely addition to a library, movie, or anime collection. It is a joy just to feel its slight heaviness in your hands, flip through the pages, and wonder at the artwork. The artwork itself is a collection of cels, image boards, sketches, story boards, and other of the like. It is interesting to see how the main characters were designed, and what went into this film that is now so loved. Several pages of the book are also dedicated to the history of "Princess Mononoke," Studio Ghibli, and Hayao Miyazaki. For people interested in the computer graphics, there is a section in the latter part of the book that tells of the steps taken to create certain scenes. Also an added bonus, poems written by Hayao Miyazaki are included to describe the characters of the film. All in all, every aspect of this book is a treasure, and will be greatly appreciated by any fan of anime or fine art. END
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Hayao Miyazaki, is, pure and simple, one of the few truly admirable artists who you can admire as both a master of his medium AND a man. His, kind, caring nature show through in every movie he's ever made. From the beauty of Totoro to the romance of Porco Rosso, this is a man who shows human nature for what it is: stubborn and egotistical, yet still beautiful and lovely. Princess Mononoke was no exception, and arguably, it was one of his best. This was in no small part due to it's breathtaking animation. The sheer physical beauty and detail, right down to the smallest things like rushing water, were wonderfully drawn. That's what makes this book, a hardbound collection of background paintings, cel drawings, storyboards and more, worth it. The writing is hideous yes, but really, does it matter. The beauty of Miyazaki's vision is what shines through, and ultimately, what makes this book worth a million. Certaintly, forty dollars is acceptable.
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I rencently saw the US version of Princess Mononoke, and I was blown away by the animation and the plot. Shortly afterward I went Christmas shopping, and saw this book. I became very interested in it by just flipping the pages and noticing how it not only discribes the animation but also gives background as to what the cells are depicting. I was also very impressed by each of the poems on the characters in the movie at the beginning of the book.
I liked the book so much that I picked up two: one for my brother and one for myself.
If you've seen the movie and want to know more about its production or thoughts from the creator, I highly suggest that you get this book. It will illuminate you on how the movie evolved and will remind you why it is so very special.
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_Princess Mononoke_ is, perhaps, the greatest animation ever made. This book will allow one to appreciate it even more.
This book presents stills and sketches from the movie in a large format, allowing one to linger over, and truly appreciate, scenes only glimpsed in the animation. The art is presented in the same order as the scenes in the film, with brief plot summaries on each page.
The book also includes some of Miyazaki's early concept sketches (not enough of these, in my opinion), and has appendices on the use of computer graphics in the movie and a brief history of Studio Ghibli (the animation studio that made _Princess Mononoke_).
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