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Miss Hokusai
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Overview

This animated historical drama, set in 1814 Tokyo (then known as "Edo"), captures the lives of legendary painter Katsushika Hokusai and his two daughters via a series of vignettes. While O-Ei, a talented artist in her own right, helps him with his work, O-Nao is ignored by her father due to her blindness. Directed by Keiichi Hara, MISS HOKUSAI was adapted from the manga series SARUSUBERI by Hinako Sugiura.

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Details

    Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-ray (With DVD, Ultraviolet Digital Copy, Digitally Mastered in HD, Digital Copy, Slipsleeve Packaging)
  • UPC: 191329003039
  • Genre: CARTOONS & ANIMATION
  • Rating: PG-13 (MPAA)
  • Release Date: March 2017

Movie Reviews

Reviews:
"[An] unusual, visually adventurous animated feature, simultaneously modern and steeped in Japanese culture and history." - 10/13/2016 Los Angeles Times


"[A]n undeniably unique biopic, and not merely because it’s an animated one." - 10/14/2016 RogerEbert.com


"[B]y spending so much time with its title character, MISS HOKUSAI suggests that there’s also an art to facilitating someone else’s work, and becoming a skilled craftsperson." -- Grade: B+ - 10/12/2016 A.V. Club


"The stories are told with bold, coherent graphics and buoyed by music that’s sometimes anachronistic but always right. O-Ei is voiced with sensitivity and confidence by Anne Watanabe, daughter of the actor Ken Watanabe, and all of the other voice roles are beautifully done." - 10/13/2016 New York Times

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