The sound is atmospheric with a beautiful balance of the emotive score and some solid sound effects mixed into the surround channels. In one scene, for instance, when an old man dies, he is reborn as a tree. Why with all the power they have, they couldn't stop the flood? If you want to improve the sub, make a contribution! The animation is mystical and brings Chun's fantastical land to life. Guess that's why she is name after a 16,000 years old tree, Chun. There is also a problem with the story. The men were really attractive, which is a plus for me, but in general -- everyone had their own little quirks about them instead of being bland and repetitive.
Liang created a beautiful fantasy world and quite an original story background. The vibrant colors and scenery were incredibly majestic and stunning, and the whole time I felt completely immersed. I can't write it detailed how beautiful was the story, music and the picture as well because of my bad English , and the music followed those. So what saved the day? Dante Lam tried it a couple of times, Tsui Hark had a go at it, but these are live action directors crossing over into a field that isn't really their own. But the visit turns tragic when she is trapped in a fisherman's net. That film, while not a tightly plotted story, was nonetheless so visually stimulating that one could not help but be glued to their seats throughout. There is a mystical race of beings that control the tide and the changing of the seasons.
Studios and Funimation Films begin its North American theatrical rollout starting April 6th with a limited release. The concept of 'worthy' is different for a teen and an adult, and here, for a sixteen-year-old girl, what she did was worthy. The comparison with Ghibli is inevitable here. However, at the end of the day, it's really Chun that steals the show. Why I think the anime is really good? The poor moral quality of the audience can be seen in those rude remarks.
However, she soon learns this world is a dangerous place. One of these beings, a young girl named Chun, seeks something more—she wants to experience the human world! The score is also pretty spectacular, though it's nothing too original or out there. It's no doubt the way I prefer my fantasy films, but not everyone is going to feel the same. When she turns sixteen, she is allowed to transform into a dolphin to explore the human world. Perhaps the best way to describe this film is that it is more visual poetry rather than a cohesive plot, but it also offers a sincere heart that somehow manages to win the viewer over. Written by Quotes : What brings you to the Island of Souls? This film's main attempt is to capture that powerful feeling of love and faith from a teenager's point of view.
It is a marvel of modern storytelling, and it deserves to be seen by everyone with a pulse. If there's any justice in this world, it should provide an amazing boost to the Chinese animation scene, though with China's struggles to break through internationally, that remains to be seen. On the day Chun turns sixteen, she is transformed into a red dolphin to explore the human world. Terms such as Tim, Rainy, nong, Vivian etc. The only aspect that Big Fish and Begonia falls flat is the voice acting. As you would expect, these two parallel worlds collide and Chun, her friend Qui, and the hero human who is resurrected as a small fish named Kun are all at the center.
Many characters have a quirky addition such as antlers or a completely other-worldly face with multiple eyes. This game of cat and mouse between the two factions of soul-keepers is but one of the many webs of intrigue presented in the story. It depends on the style and direction to movie was headed to and I believe this movie aimed for the idealistic and surreal expression. This is because a movie is not just about the story as it is about the how it's captured, there are many elements to film that can make up for others. Chun meets Kun, a human boy that rescues her dolphin form in a raging storm. There is a mystical race of beings that control the tide and the changing of the seasons.
It encourages us to stick to what we eager for, to what we believe, even when the environment is against us. There were no scenes where I felt that the ost was out of place. Still, people like Xuan Liang and Chun Zhang didn't just arrive out of nowhere. When their youngsters come of age at 16, they are allowed to transform into red dolphins and pass into the human world to explore it as a rite of passage. The Chinese box-office is also favoring China-U.
In many favorite parts we see Chun running across landscapes and the camera captures her world in the most artistic way. I very much would love to like this movie, but creativity is one big problem here. The love was so strong that he would give up everything including his freedom of eternity to exchange the happiness of Chun and her beloved one. She is rescued by a lad who then gets swept away in a whirlpool. Far beneath the sea an ancient race of creatures who control the tides and the seasons reside.