Brave Story (Film)

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Director: Koichi Chigira
Cast (Voice): Yo Oizumi, Eilji Wentz
Runtime: 112 mins
Genre: Japanese Animation
Rating: PG

Wataru doesn’t have an easy childhood. At eleven, his father walked out of his family and mother committed suicide. This would probably be the end of his world, until he found a magic gateway where dreams can come true.

Even as adults, we would want something that could change our lives. Like Wataru, if it was possible to make one dream come true by going through a fantasy adventure of collecting 5 gems, we would go for it as well.

He meets demons, flying dragons, wizards, talking animal and a ‘Hello Kitty’ with a mouth who falls in love with him. Going through enchanting castles, sloping mountains, lush forests, and tower of fortune, this is an adventure that would leave audience awed with the amazing animation.

In fact, it’s too much of castles and explosions, that returning to basics may just be the way. The story drags a little too much, and may sound preachy to kids who may just be clueless with the deeper issues involved.

It can be an animation for adults, to indulge in the colourful world of magic and imagination that we have left behind, and for as to learn a simple lesson and morals that we have forgotten in our busy lives.

Brave Story -
Simple story with an important moral

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