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Noah Rymer over 4 years ago
masterful animation, great human story. might be a little to slapstick at points.
Dónal Kennedy almost 5 years ago
Surprisingly nuanced and uplifting tale of life's twists and turns.
Gabi Dincă almost 5 years ago
whoa..this was so lovely. enjoyed it all the way
tiailds almost 7 years ago
One of Satoshi Kon's best, which makes it twice as good.
Nate McBean almost 8 years ago
I'm not sure why I got this. It was decent but not outstanding in any way?
Matthew Hickerson almost 8 years ago
Unique story and very well paced and expressed. Highly recommend for the season.
Michael Cole almost 8 years ago
Wonderful story and character development.
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David C Petite over 5 years ago
Tokyo Godfathers (東京ゴッドファーザーズ, Tōkyō Goddofāzāzu) is a 2003 anime film by the late Japanese director Satoshi Kon. Tokyo Godfathers was Kon's third animated movie, which he wrote and directed. Keiko Nobumoto, noted for being the creator of the Wolf's Rain series and a head scriptwriter for Cowboy Bebop, co-wrote the script with Kon. Tokyo Godfathers received an Excellence Prize at the 2003 Japan Media Arts Festival. The movie puts an emphasis on the theme of "coincidences". Movie critic George Peluranee notes that "Tokyo Godfather is a film that shows the small yet significant ties that each of us have with supposed strangers, and tells well the story of miracles, family, love, and forgiveness" One Christmas Eve in present day Tokyo, three homeless people — Gin (ギン), a middle-aged alcoholic, Hana (ハナ), an okama and former drag queen, and Miyuki (ミユキ), a runaway girl — discover an abandoned newborn while searching in some trash. Deposited with the unnamed baby is a note asking the...
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