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My Neighbor Totoro (1988)

My Neighbor Totoro (1988)

Film
Sunday, April 10
11:30 am
Cost: Free
Animation legend Hayao Miyazaki's timeless masterpiece tells the story of two sisters who, after moving with their father to the countryside, discover the magical creatures all around them: soot spirits, flying cat-buses, and of course, the unforgettable Totoro.

An official Marquee International Film Festival selection

Japan | 86 min | G | DCP | Dir. Hayao Miyazaki

Animation legend Hayao Miyazaki's timeless masterpiece tells the story of sisters Satsuki and Mei, who move with their father to a house in the countryside in order to be close to their hospitalized mother. Little do they know about the magical creatures all around them; from soot spirits, to flying cat-buses, to the big and cuddly Totoros. The girls embark on adventure after adventure with their newfound friends, while also strengthening the sisterly bond keeping them together.

" A film that crosses generations and cultural barriers: watching it, it's hard not to feel like a kid again."-Christopher Runyon, Movie Mezzanine

Watch the Trailer!

An official Marquee International Film Festival selection

Japan | 86 min | G | DCP | Dir. Hayao Miyazaki

Animation legend Hayao Miyazaki's timeless masterpiece tells the story of sisters Satsuki and Mei, who move with their father to a house in the countryside in order to be close to their hospitalized mother. Little do they know about the magical creatures all around them; from soot spirits, to flying cat-buses, to the big and cuddly Totoros. The girls embark on adventure after adventure with their newfound friends, while also strengthening the sisterly bond keeping them together.

" A film that crosses generations and cultural barriers: watching it, it's hard not to feel like a kid again."-Christopher Runyon, Movie Mezzanine

Watch the Trailer!

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