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    A Letter to Momo

    Following the premature loss of her father, Momo has to move with her mother to the old family house on a remote island when she discovers a message from her father that causes strange events to occur.
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  • Actors of "A Letter to Momo"

  • Directors of "A Letter to Momo"

    Hiroyuki Okiura. Director of A Letter to Momo
    Hiroyuki Okiura
    Birthdate: 13 October 1966, Osaka, Japan
  • Creators of "A Letter to Momo"

    Hiroyuki Okiura. Director of A Letter to Momo
    Hiroyuki Okiura
    Birthdate: 13 October 1966, Osaka, Japan
    Joe Deasy. Director of A Letter to Momo
    Joe Deasy
  • Critic Reviews of "A Letter to Momo"

    Tirdad Derakhshani Philadelphia Inquirer
    September 05, 2014

    A sweet, heartfelt, yet never maudlin story about an 11-year-old girl's coming to terms with the loss of her father.

    Thomas Lee San Francisco Chronicle
    September 04, 2014

    It's difficult to imagine any children's movie retaining the attention of its intended audience for two hours, but this movie feels especially monotonous.

    Tom Keogh Seattle Times
    September 04, 2014

    Despite the hand-drawn film's supernatural edge, one of Okiura's lyrical strengths is acquainting a viewer with the poetry of the real - animated reflections of ordinary, beautiful things we see in everyday life without actually noticing them at all.

    Bill Stamets Chicago Sun-Times
    August 28, 2014

    A sweet tale of a sad girl who moves to a new place and meets supernatural pals.

    Kenneth Turan Los Angeles Times
    August 28, 2014

    A striking example of Japanese hand-drawn animation, it casually combines things you wouldn't expect in one place.

    Peter Keough Boston Globe
    August 28, 2014

    Had Okiura cut some of the supernatural shtick he would have had a far more affecting and mercifully shorter movie.

    Brian Gibson Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)
    January 09, 2016

    Here, magic-realism and emotional realism run together. The story can lapse into jokiness or drag its heels a little. But when Momo's anguish bursts, and she soon realizes how sad her mother's truly been, the film bursts to life.

    Katherine McLaughlin SciFiNow
    May 07, 2015

    This accessible and heartfelt anime charms because of its honesty and impressive attention [to] detail.

    Tom Hughes Guardian
    April 30, 2015

    The hit-and-miss English dub flattens some of the dramatic beats, but this is still a rather lovely piece of work.

    Anton Bitel Grolsch Film Works
    January 29, 2015

    Though made by the studio Production I.G, this is a markedly Ghibli-esque affair, overtly referencing Miyazaki's My Neighbour Totoro and Princess Mononoke among others.

    Jeffrey M. Anderson Combustible Celluloid
    September 05, 2014

    The new anime A Letter to Momo feels like the movie that Hayao Miyazaki's final film should have been.

    Jonathan Kiefer SF Weekly
    September 05, 2014

    Filmmakers of live-action fare, even that which ostensibly is aimed at adults, could learn a lot from its tact.

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