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In this Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015 photo, Japanese animated film director Isao Takahata speaks about his latest film "The Tale of The Princess Kaguya" with its poster during an interview at his office, Studio Ghibli, in suburban Tokyo. The princess laughs and floats in sumie-brush sketches of faint pastel, a lush landscape that animated film director Isao Takahata has painstakingly depicted to relay his gentle message of faith in this world. But his Oscar-nominated work stands as a stylistic challenge to Hollywood’s computer-graphics cartoons, where 3D and other digital finesse dominate. Takahata says those terms with a little sarcastic cough. The 79-year-old co-founder of Japan’s prestigious animator, Studio Ghibli, instead stuck to a hand-drawn look. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)
TOSHIO SUZUKI PRODUJO TODAS LAS PELÍCULAS DEL DIRECTOR

El cofundador de Ghibli revela el lado oscuro de Isao Takahata

Suzuki, quien produjo todas las películas de Takahata desde Luciérnagas en el jardín en adelante, hizo los comentarios en un libro recién publicado, The Ghibli Textbook # 19: The Tale of the Princess Kaguya (Ghibli no Kyōkasho 19 Kaguya-hime no Monogatari).