And how will you live? Hayao Miyazaki’s latest awaited film will be without trailers and without advertising until the release date, according to Studio Ghibli
The new film will be unopened And how will you live? by the master Hayao Miyazaki, because as stated by the Studio Ghibli production house itself through an interview with Toshio Suzuki the film will not have an accompanying trailer. And that’s not all, because the film won’t even have publicity or official posters right up until the day of its theatrical release.
And how will you live? by Hayao Miyazaki will be without a trailer
The release of the film will be on July 14 in Japan, without participation in the Festival, so we will have to wait to be able to see it in Europe and with these declarations from Studio Gibli, going to the cinema will be a true act of love towards Miyazaki and his art. Of the film, we can only be certain of the title, because the plot has not been defined either: we only know that the title is taken from the 1937 novel by Genzaburo Yoshino, but probably the film will not follow the original plot in detail.
The master wanted to dedicate this film to his nephew, thus drawing inspiration from this novel to convey universal values to man, on how life should be lived and how the world should be respected. A film that in any case would be in full Miyazaki style and for this reason the absence of trailers or advertising does not scare us or surprise us. Miyazaki has always wanted to send important messages to his audience and besides, his films don’t need much publicity. Above all, the Maestro had declared his retirement as a director, so his unexpected return to the cinema as a screenwriter, director and illustrator is the best publicity a film can have.
What you can do while waiting for the film is a nice rewatch of all the best Miyazaki movies on Netflix and maybe even the other Studio Ghibli movies, which are still available in the catalog.
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