A young girl finds that all the books she chooses in the library have been previously checked out by the same boy. Later she meets a very infuriating fellow... could it be her "friend" from the library? The boy's grandfather has a violin sales and service shop. The boy wants to be a violin maker like his grandfather. Written by
Dana Anthony <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Suki na hito ga dekimashita!
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This marked the first use by Studio Ghibli of digital composition, meaning that elements of a scene were composed using a computer. In this case, it's the flying scene with Baron within Shizuku's story. The scene contains a lot of elements moving independently, including the small "planets" and Shizuku's characters. Although all these elements were animated by tradition means, they were combined using computer technology. See more
In approximately 1 hour and 29 minutes into the movie, before Shizuku dozes off on her desk while continuing to write her story, on the top of the bunk bed is Shiho, about to go to bed, and Shizuku is wearing a pinkish red sweater with a white collar shirt underneath, and a yellow pleated skirt. The curtains are closed, it being nighttime. However, after the bad dream, Shizuku is seen wearing the same white collar shirt underneath, however this time a periwinkle blue sweater and a pink red skirt about the same colour as the sweater she wore before the dream. The curtains then suddenly open, and it looks as if it is sunset. Shiho has also disappeared from the top bunk, and in her place are folded sheets. It is also unknown what happened to Shiho from that point on in the film. See more
[speaking to The Baron
Strange, its as if I have known you for a long time.
During the credits we see people walk by the bridge. The "stray" cat (the one with many names) walks by the bridge as well. Also the young students who had struggled with unrequited love, named Sugimura and Yuko in the American version, meet on the bridge and appear to begin a dating relationship. See more
Referenced in The Cat Returns
Take Me Home, Country Roads
Written by Bill Danoff
, Taffy Nivert
and John Denver
Performed by Olivia Newton-John See more