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Set in suburbia during the 1950s, Fruitcake tells the story of 'Rosemary' and 'Sallie,' who for various reasons, feel they are not as happy as they should be with the world around them. ... See full summary »
Follows the routines of those employed at Studio Ghibli, including filmmakers Hayao Miyazaki, Isao Takahata, and Toshio Suzuki as they work to release two films simultaneously, The Wind Rises and The Tale of the Princess Kaguya.
Style over substance.
Great period setting, the guy playing the police captain was perfect for the part... and the setup was intriguing. But once he goes into the cave... meh! Like they didn't have a real idea, just the setup (see Yellowbrickroad).
Also, the 'girl' was just mundane pretty... nothing weird or unearthly about how she looked... needed someone 'scary pretty'... Tilda Swinton or Amanda Plummer-ish.
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