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Amazing Cinema


Ryû to sobakasu no hime

Belle/Suzu in Belle — © 2021 Studio Chizu

For the new film by the Japanese master Mamoru Hosoda we will not be able to use the usual logic in carrying out our review, because this dramatic adventure that takes place in the complex anime galaxy of the Rising Sun is everything, apart from being a “normal” story. The product is developed on different levels and lends itself to different interpretations, all of which are important for the target audience they have…




Since 2011, Amazing Cinema means Movies, TV Series, Television, Theater, Events & Festivals, Interviews, Music, and Contests of all kinds. Join us to discover a different way of understanding the vast galaxy of cinema.

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Daniele Buzzurro

Daniele Buzzurro

Founder @DreamyourMind in Rome, Vancouver & Dubai. PR & CrossMedia, International Mkt & Lobby. Professor & Movie Critic. WorldWide Awards Judge. Writer & Chef.

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