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How 'The Boy and the Heron' became Miyazaki's most-watched film in France

2023-12-05T18:47:34.163Z

Highlights: 'The Boy and the Heron' became the most viewed film in French theaters on Sunday night. With more than 1.4 million admissions registered on Sunday evening, the twelfth feature film by the master of Japanese animation, Hayao Miyazaki. This complex story of a teenager's initiatory journey after the tragic death of his mother surpasses "The Moving Castle" (1,263,000 admissions in 2005) and "Spirited Away" ( 1,247,00 admissions in 2002)


With more than 1.4 million admissions registered on Sunday evening, the twelfth feature film by the master of Japanese animation, Hayao Miyazaki


The film took a little less than six weeks to break a hell of a record: released on November 1, "The Boy and the Heron", Hayao Miyazaki's twelfth feature film, became the most viewed film in French theaters on Sunday night by the master of Japanese animation. With 1,436,529 admissions - a figure that is expected to grow, as the film is still on the bill in 700 cinemas - this complex story of a teenager's initiatory journey after the tragic death of his mother surpasses "The Moving Castle" (1,263,000 admissions in 2005) and "Spirited Away" (1,247,000 admissions in 2002).

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