8º – Barefoot Gen (Mori Masaki, 1983)Concentrated on Hiroshima, near the end of World War II, the film brings the effects and the human effects on the atomic bomb in a family of the place. Trident in all his ways, ‘Barefoot Gen’ is not a film recommended for all types of public, nurturing a plot that denounces the horrors that constitute an individual.
7º – My Neighbors the Yamadas (Isao Takahata, 1999)The film explores the day of a Japanese family, giving their movement while transmitting to the viewer every measure of the daily life of its components. ‘My Neighbors the Yamadas’ is a simple animation, working with a different aesthetic construction, that is applied to a special work.
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