The Secret World of Arrietty Review

Slow, calm and quiet with beautifully detailed imagery, the Japanese fantasy may not be the greatest achievement of Studio Ghibli, which has given us the likes of My Neighbor Totoro,Princess Mononoke and Spirited Away, but it’s a real charmer with a big imagination—the sort of film children need to grow up on.

Read my review at Paste.

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