Princess Mononoke is considered by many to be Hayao Miyazaki’s finest work. It’s a complex film, meaning there are plenty of things fans miss.
Will is a world traveller from the UK who has lived for several years in Japan, Korea, China, and Abu Dhabi. As a polymath of all things nerd, he sinks much of his free time into equal parts western comics, Japanese anime and manga, and video games. Will is also the lead writer of Books and Bao, a site dedicated to translated literature and travel writing. Here Will writes weekly book reviews of translated literary fiction; he also interviews translators, writes travel advice, and makes the odd video for YouTube. You can find Will at www.booksandbao.com and on Twitter @FestiveBuoy
Articles by Will Harris
Spirited Away is not only Hayao Miyazaki’s – and all of Studio Ghibli’s – most famous and acclaimed film; it’s also his most dense and layered.
SR delves into the cinematography of master filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki, ranking his works like Spirited Away and Porco Rosso.