Analysis Of The Movie ' Hayao Miyazaki ' Essay
And more importantly is that, unlike Disney with their ‘happy ever after’ that is always the result of a romance (or with a romance subplot like in their film Frozen), Miyazaki manages give a more realistic, broader and natural happy ending to his films, and a more accurate representation of the female genre.
Effectively, Miyazaki is also described as a great feminist filmmaker. Among the 13 most renowned Ghibli’s films directed by Miyazaki, 9 of them have a female protagonist.
His female characters are crucial elements to the success of his films, even when they are not the protagonists. Even his villain ladies have redeeming qualities and that is why is films hit the audience to a more emotional level. His women and female characters are complex, and not conformed to the gender bias we find in western films, and thus they manage to maintain gender neutrality so anyone, girls or boys, or really anyone can identify with…