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    Wolf Children

    The movie聽covers 13 years and begins with a 19-year-old college student named Hana who encounters and falls in 'fairy tale-like' love with a 'wolf man.' After her husband聽dies in an accident,聽Hana moves to the rural countryside where her husband grew up to raise her two werewolf children.
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    Kobayushi #1 Movies Online user
    damn, doctorplatinum6 is right!! this emotional
    2018-12-21 02:12
    DoctorPlatinum6 Anonymous
    damn, this is emotional
    2017-08-29 22:08

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  • Actors of "Wolf Children"

  • Characters of "Wolf Children"

    Hana. Character of Wolf Children
    Played by: Aoi Miyazaki
    Yuki. Character of Wolf Children
    Played by: Haru Kuroki
    Young Ame. Character of Wolf Children
    Played by: Yukito Nishii
  • Directors of "Wolf Children"

    Mamoru Hosoda. Director of Wolf Children
    Mamoru Hosoda
    Birthdate: 19 September 1967, Toyama, Japan
  • Creators of "Wolf Children"

    Mamoru Hosoda. Director of Wolf Children
    Mamoru Hosoda
    Birthdate: 19 September 1967, Toyama, Japan
  • Critic Reviews of "Wolf Children"

    Time Out
    October 22, 2013

    The detailed Ghibli-esque visuals are decent enough, but this is disappointingly bland.

    Los Angeles Times
    September 26, 2013

    Rather an odd story, told in a one-of-a-kind style that feels equal parts sentimental, somber and strange.

    Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)
    November 17, 2014

    Silence abounds; the wordless sequences are stunning. There are a few schmaltzy, sloppy-sappy moments, but the attention to Romantic-poetry detail is sublime. Rarely has maternity, or maturity, been shown with such poetic force on-screen.

    Common Sense Media
    March 13, 2014

    Awe-inspiring, tender anime tale has mature themes.

    Movie Mezzanine
    February 20, 2014

    A stunningly beautiful, unabashedly sentimental, and surprisingly complex story that works as both a coming-of-age film and a study of the trials of being a single mother.

    December 15, 2013

    The film towers over all the Hollywood animated films about ogres, monsters, and archfiends like Mount Everest over an ants' nest. Japanese animation at its pinnacle.

    Spirituality and Practice
    December 11, 2013

    An imaginative Japanese animation film about a resilient single mother trying to prepare her two strange children for the world.

    Total Film
    October 25, 2013

    Despite rigorously ripping up the conventions of werewolf lore, Mamoru Hosoda's anime fantasy unfolds with an elegance that seems effortless.

    London Evening Standard
    October 25, 2013

    The film works as the simplest of fairy tales, so scrumptious you'll want to devour it whole.

    SFX Magazine
    October 25, 2013

    A delightful family drama... For anyone who loves charming, original storytelling, it's a must.

    October 24, 2013

    It's a fairytale in a real-life setting, photorealistically drawn in shifting light that rivals Monet or GTA5.

    Daily Telegraph (UK)
    October 24, 2013

    Love between two species has rarely seemed more intense, more natural, or more ineffably sad.

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