Crayon Shin-chan The Storm Called; The Adult Empire Strikes Back
The Film Tells You Reason Why We Live Here
At the beginning of 21st century, they held up an event named “20th Century Expo.” Many adults were absorbed in Showa era they revived there. Most of them preferred bygone days to their coming future. Children made strenuous efforts for having their parents back to the present = reality. Right, that is a plot of the movie “Crayon Shin-chan: The Storm Called; The Adult Empire Strikes Back” which they describe as a Japanese monumental work among Japanese past animated films.
Crayon Shin-chan is the Japanese animation series which has gone along as a synonym for a program most Japanese parents hate to let their children watch, because of the dirtiness. They utilized the impression and created the film longing for the evergreen work.
Naturally, its audience is almost children, their fathers and mothers. There described is friction on families and the bonds. It looks the movie rang the bell inside many young and old. The Agency for Cultural Affairs made up “Best 100 of Japanese Media Arts” in the middle of 2000s and its anime department had “Crayon Shin-chan: The Storm Called; The Adult Empire Strikes Back” as one of 25 best animated works produced in Japan, like “My Neighbor Totoro.”
They politely described a lot of scenes of Show era. Japanese old sceneries are on the screen. It must be the landscape of our heart, which perhaps makes Japanese infants feel déjà vu.
Although everybody must have felt bored and mediocre when you were children and young, you strongly get to know those common days put on precious shine after passing numberless times
However, it is not the main object. It calls nothing but masturbation of adults with only that. I believe the animated film has shaken lots of hearts since it is filled with energy which rightly recognizes our past and live a positive life without leaving the bright.
You see the Noharas run up a vermilion tower in order to stop an evil project at the later of the film. Vibrant and lively is the scene, which just expresses freshness to live the present here so intently. That is the more marvelous description than all stories you have ever had.
about Crayon Shin-chan: The Storm Called; The Adult Empire Strikes Back
・Directed by Hara Kei-ichi
・Originally Written by Usui Yoshito
・Written by Hara Kei-ichi
・Running time: 89 minutes
・Released on April 21, 2001
・Distributed by Toho
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