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Arquivo para julho 10th, 2017

[:pt]A animação no oriente[:en]The animation in the east[:]

10 jul

[:pt]Ainda que cresçam os vídeos de internet e a disponibilização de filmes em canais Narutopagos e sites aluguel online como o Netflix, o cinema ainda mostra vigor mesmo em países onde a tecnologia é de ponta, caso do cinema japonês, com a bilheteria de “Your Name” (Kimi no na wa), que chegou a 180 milhões de espectadores em 2016.

O que deve ser olhado é a mudança de linguagem, e o morfismo dos personagens, mais humanos, que também não estão longe dos famosos (entre os jovens) desenhos, podem-se citar Digimon Adventure, Naruto, Pokémon, Sailor Moon, Cowboy Bebop, Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT, Os Cavaleiros do Zodíaco, Sakura, Hamtaro, Digimon, Beyblade e Inuyasha.

Além dos já famosos desenhos de mangá, os desenhos dos filmes animados são muito coloridos, ricos em detalhes, com roupas elegantes, mas originais, e embora as histórias sejam irreais (não confundir com virtuais), os heróis cuidam das cidades e valorizam a imaginação com poderes especiais, que atraem crianças e adolescentes, num mundo carente de utopias e fantasias, não é de se imaginar o porquê de tanto sucesso.

O filme, Kimi no na wa (Seu nome), faturou cerca de 76 milhões de dólares na China, desde a estréia dia 2 de dezembro,

A distribuidora Toho do filme Kimi No Na Wa, disse que as vendas de bilheteria na China superaram os 9 bilhões de ienes, ou cerca de 76 milhões de dólares, desde a estréia no dia 2 de dezembro. 1 milhão de dólares na conservadora Tailândia.

Dirigido por Makoto Shinkai, conta uma história de amor de dois jovens do ensino médio, e que trocam de corpos, passando a viver uma aventura rica em fantasia e sentimentos, teve o lançamento no final de 2016 em 91 países, incluindo a França e Coréia do Sul, mas ainda sem data para o Brasil.

 [:en]Even though internet video and online movie sales are increasing, such as Netflix,Naruto movies are still very strong even in countries where technology is cutting edge, such as Japanese cinema, with the box office of “Your Name” (Kimi no na wa), which reached 180 million viewers in 2016.
Besides the drawings of Mangá,
Digimon Adventure, Naruto, Pokémon, Sailor Moon, Cowboy Bebop, and other characters are also not far from the famous (among the young) , Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT, The Knights of the Zodiac, Sakura, Hamtaro, Digimon, Beyblade and Inuyasha.
The drawings are very colorful, rich in detail, with elegant but original clothes, and although the stories are unreal (not to be confused with virtual ones), heroes take care of cities and value the imagination with special powers that attract children and adolescents in a World without utopias and fantasies, it is not possible to imagine the reason for such success.
The film, Kimi no na wa (His name), has grossed about $ 76 million in China since its December 2 debut,

Toho distributor Kimi No Na Wa said box office sales in China topped 9 billion yen, or about 76 million dollars, since its December 2 debut. 1 million dollars in conservative Thailand.
Directed by Makoto Shinkai, tells a love story of two young high school students, who exchange their bodies and start to live an adventure rich in fantasy and feelings, was launched in late 2016 in 91 countries, including France and Korea Of the South, but still no date for Brazil[:]