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The Tale of Princess Kaguya (23-Nov-2013)

Original Title: Kaguyahime no monogatari

Director: Isao Takahata

Writers: Riko Sakaguchi; Isao Takahata

Keywords: Fantasy

A bamboo cutter becomes the unlikely guardian of a sprite-like figure discovered in one of his bamboo stalks.

ABSTRACT
Bamboo cutter Okina discovers mystical Kaguya, a miniature humanoid, in one of his stalks of bamboo; he takes her home to his family, where she grows rapidly and remarkably into a full-sized human. Okina, convinced that the radiant young woman in his care is a divine gift, begins to treat her like a princess as strange events begin to transpire around her existence; the happenings continue to mount as her supernatural background is made evident.

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