We analyze in Cinemascomics the releases of Vertigo Films on Blu-Ray, Memories of Yesterday and I Can Hear the Sea.
At Cinemascomics we have analyzed the Blu-Ray home edition of both Memories of Yesterday (1991) like I Can Hear the Sea (1993)which have both been released in Blu-Ray format for the first time, by Vertigo Films, being the first time that these cult films from the Japanese studio can be enjoyed by collectors in high definition image in our country of traditional animation Studio Ghibli.The prestigious Japanese animation company, Studio Ghibli, is the creator of timeless masterpieces such as Spirited Away, My Neighbor Totoro, Princess Mononoke, Whispers of the Heart, The Castle in the Sky or Howl’s Moving Castleamong other titles.memories of yesterday is already available from today June 29 on Blu-Ray and DVD. Directed by Isao Takahata, co-creator of the prestigious Studio Ghibli, it is one of the most special films in the long history and filmography of the Japanese company.
Isao Takahata had already directed the masterful and unforgettable film Grave of the Fireflies three years earlier for Studio Ghibli, before working on this film, which unites the world of childhood memories with ingenuity, care, dedication and a lot of emotion. linked to the always difficult jump to maturity. In this way, the filmmaker manages to recreate this nostalgia trip through the eyes of a 27-year-old girl who continues to remember the girl she was, at the tender age of 10, in her hometown. I can hear the seathe film will be officially released in physical format (Blu-Ray and DVD) starting on July 15.
This film is, together with Memories of Yesterday, one of the few films in the Studio Ghibli collection that had yet to be released in Spain in high definition. The director of Listening to the Sea is Tomomi Mochizuki, who was chosen within the Studio Ghibli as the most suitable to tackle this project, relying on his youth and talent. He directed, at just 35 years old, this beautiful and emotional story, which was the first of Studio Ghibli in which the direction was not in charge of the legendary Hayao Miyazaki, or Isao Takahata, both being the founders of the company. Thus, the film delves into the beautiful moment of youth, where its protagonists will live an unforgettable romance for the rest of their lives.
Memories of Yesterday:
Blu-Ray: Audio in Spanish and Japanese DTS HD 2.0
Country: Japan Year: 1991 Approximate duration: 119 minutes Aspect: 1.85 – 16/9 Subtitles: Spanish Rating: Authorized for all audiences Extras: NoSynopsis: Taeko Okajima is a young woman who decides to ask for a leave of absence from work in order to return to her home in Yamagata, the town where she grew up and lived the happiest moments of her childhood. During her trip to her family’s farm and her subsequent stay there, Taeko will remember her childhood, while intensely living her present and debating where to direct her future.I can listen to the sea:Blu-Ray:Audio in Spanish and Japanese DTS HD 2.0 Country: Japan Year: 1993 Approximate duration: 72 minutes Aspect: 1.85 – 16/9 Subtitles: Spanish Rating: Authorized for all audiences Extras: NoSynopsis: Muto is a girl from Tokyo who has just transferred to one of the high schools in the city of Kochi. Despite being pretty, good at sports and studies, she never manages to adapt to social life and fit in with other students. Taku Morisaki and Yucata Matsuno also study at the same school. Two inseparable friends, where the first of them will begin to be interested in the newcomer. Finally, we hope you enjoy the purchase of memories of yesterday Y I can hear the sea, available thanks to Vertigo Films on DVD and Blu-Ray, as well as for rent and digital sales; and so you can see them as many times as you want, both in its original version and dubbed into Spanish.
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