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Mononoke Hime

Rating:
8.70
Year:
1997
Country:
Japan
Director:
Duration:
134

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Mononoke Hime  Alternative Titles

Mononoke Hime  English: Princess Mononoke

Mononoke Hime  Synonyms: Mononoke Hime

Mononoke Hime  Japanese: もののけ姫

Mononoke Hime  Information

Type: Movie

Episodes: 1

Status: Finished Airing

Aired: Jul 12, 1997

Producers: Tokuma Shoten, Nippon Television Network

Licensors: GKIDS

Studios: Studio Ghibli

Source: Original

Genres: Action, Adventure, Fantasy

Duration: 2 hr. 13 min.

Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Mononoke Hime  Statistics

Score: 8.701 (scored by 602,493 users) Ranked: #462

Popularity: #98

Members: 940,216

Favorites: 15,966

Mononoke Hime  Synopsis

When one of Emishi's villages is attacked by a ferocious demon boar, young prince Ashitaka puts his life at risk to protect his tribe. With its dying breath, the monster cursed the prince's arm, granting him demonic powers while slowly taking his life. Guided by village elders to travel west for healing, Ashitaka reaches Tatara, Iron Town, where he finds himself caught up in a bitter conflict: Tatara's Lady Eboshi, fueling constant deforestation , against Princess San and the sacred spirits of the forest, who are enraged at the devastation brought about by humans. When the opposing forces of nature and humanity begin to clash in a desperate struggle for survival, Ashitaka tries to find harmony between the two, while also battling the demon hidden within him. . Princess Mononoke is a story that depicts the connection between technology and nature, and shows the path to harmony that can be achieved by accepting each other.

Mononoke Hime  Actor & Voice Actors

San (Main) - Ishida Yuriko (Japanese)

Ashitaka (Main) - Matsuda Youji (Japanese)

Gozen, Eboshi (Supporting) - Tanaka Yuko (Japanese)

Moro (Supporting) - Miwa, Akihiro (Japanese)

Mononoke Hime  Awards

In 1997, the film won Best Japanese Film, Best Animation and Japan Film Fans' Choice Award at the 52nd Mainichi Awards. In 1998, the film won the Film Award. Best in the 21st Japan Academy Awards.

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For every new Studio Ghibli movie I watch, I'm more and more convinced that they're the best animation studio out there. Princess Mononoke is not an exception.

Ashitaka, the last prince of a people known as the Enishi, is cursed while fighting a demon, and sets out on a journey to escape the curse, which can be deadly. He soon hears rumors of a forest spirit that can give and take life, and sets out to find it. However, he soon finds himself in the middle of a war between humans and animals