Princess Mononoke i hate all humans shirt, v-neck and sweatshirt

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It’s really hard to choose a favorite, they’re all very special and each of them will always have a special place in my heart. However, if I had to choose my top favorite Ghibli Heroine, my heart would definitely belong to Princess Mononoke.

Princess Mononoke i hate all humans shirt

I quite like the dub, I first watched the film in English and it didn’t ruin the experience for me at all. In fact, it’s still my favorite film of all time to this day. Princess Mononoke i hate all humans. But ultimately whether or not someone should watch it will come down to their personal preferences and judgement. I don’t think demanding people watch it one way or the other really has any positive effect.

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Speaking of violence in Princess Mononoke, one must admit that Ashitaka decapitating a rider with an arrow shot is absolute badassery. Princess Mononoke was my first Ghibli film and absolutely terrified me when I watched it as a young girl. I seriously thought the whole thing was just a dream because I never caught the title and only watched the last 20 minutes or so. Now that I’m much older it has grown into my all time favorite Ghibli film.

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Princess Mononoke is a fantasy adventure: the story of an epic struggle between humanity and nature, where nature is represented by ancient, vengeful gods. The story’s tangle of competing interests — cursed monsters, an assortment of ambitious people, a selfless hero, and those vengeful gods — is remarkable for including no villain. Princess Mononoke i hate all humans. The film opens on a view of a mountainous forest, shrouded in mist. Giant beasts and ancient gods inhabit the forest, says a voiceover, and owe their allegiance to the Great Forest Spirit. While they once lived harmoniously with humans, times have changed. The forest is disappearing and now is the age of gods and demons.



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