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10th of December 2018

Entertainment



How the Japanese animated feature 'Mirai' seeks to change the way children are seen on screen

“When I saw my son on the floor throwing a tantrum like he’d lost his love, he didn’t look like he was some selfish or spoiled child; it really made me feel like – you know, even adults, or younger versions of ourselves, probably look that way when we’ve lost love. It made me think that, really, is true human nature. We all have aspects of ourselves, whether we’re 4-year-olds, 24-year-olds, 44-year-olds; we want to get on the ground and start crying and complaining we lost love.”

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