Jim Hoberman speaks eloquently to the issue (as usual):
"A relatively fictional story" about a real person?
I was fortunate enough to see the film during its week release in NYC. It deals with the issues of
Yet another of those arguments which posits that EVERY individual movie must represent a universal
This represents nothing but a strawman attack on Miyazaki and misrepresents his work
The film is largely from Marion Cotillard's perspective. Renner's character isn't