14-year-old Arrietty and the rest of the Clock family live in peaceful anonymity as they make their own home from items "borrowed" from the house's human inhabitants. However, life changes for the Clocks when a human boy discovers Arrietty.
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Let me begin off by saying that the movie is not a masterwork - situation, progression, relationships and plan is rather lifeless, simple and tedious - this is not a movie to ease lovers of complicated dramas.
Why do I give this movie four stars, then? The purpose why, is because this is not a movie designed to be thought-provoking or philosophical - this is a movie about the everyday living of a community entirely just like ours, a perspective of our everyday daily life from a different point of perspective. It's an experience into the mysterious, an understanding into a lifestyle so identical yet so surprisingly different. It is a common Facilities Ghibli item in this respect, and that is a Good Element.
The display of the movie is amazing and proved helpful very well. The value and engagement with which the Borrowers' forays into our daily life is proven never quit to make an impression on me. The graphics, graphics, movement, seem and songs performed together completely.
Overall, the movie is vibrant, happy and interesting. If you check out it with high objectives you'll be frustrated, but you won't repent calming and experiencing it.