The Boy And The Heron: Trailer Talk

The Boy And The Heron: Trailer Talk

Studio Ghibli’s The Boy And The Heron: Trailer Talk 

Studio Ghibli’s next film, titled ‘The Boy and the Heron’ follows a teenage boy as he discovers a magical world and a talking grey Heron via the abandoned tower in his new town.

It looks like, despite announcing his retirement back in 2013, iconic filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki is returning to filmmaking, writing and co-directing the studio’s next feature film. And, after nearly eight years in development, what fans are treated to in just one minute is a visually beautiful work of art. 

Studio Ghibli have always been known for their incredible storytelling and gorgeous animation, but the animation on display here looks even better than before, if such a feat was possible. And, with keeping in line with previous themes of their filmography, the film contains scenes of magic, spells and unique creatures.

This is very much akin to the studio’s previous work like ‘Spirited Away’ and ‘Princess Mononoke’ and, yet the execution of these images will make it stand out from the other classics. Plus, after the release of the CGI animated ‘Earwig and the Witch’, it’s nice to see the familiar animation style return. 

As a huge fan of Studio Ghibli, I am very excited for this, and it looks incredible. Studio Ghibli put a lot of care and respect into their films, making them all unique and ‘The Boy and the Heron’ looks to be no exception, especially considering the production time. It’s great to see Studio Ghibli return with its continuing high quality in films. 

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