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The Art of 'Spirited Away' (2003)

The people that brought the film Spirited Away (2001) (a.k.a. "Spirited Away") to the US explain how it was converted into English, with some minor confusion between languages, and how well... See full summary »

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The people that brought the film Spirited Away (2001) (a.k.a. "Spirited Away") to the US explain how it was converted into English, with some minor confusion between languages, and how well it did in both Japan and America. Written by Rhyl Donnelly

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Gives a face to voiceovers, but not much else
8 November 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's nice to be able to see all the actors and actresses as they give voices to the animated characters, but isn't there more they could tell us? Indeed, the second DVD includes a piece describing the voiceover process in much more detail. In short, this is a glamorous but fluffy addition to the first DVD that should've been interlaced with the second DVD feature, not stood alone in it's own 15 minutes segment.


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