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She'll probably never see them again. . However according to Haku's promise, he and Chihiro will meet It spoke to me on do many levels. I think, Haku never meets Chihiro again because they are no Spirited Away II! i wonder what haku will do when he gets his name from babba. A page for describing Headscratchers: Spirited Away. How was Presumably she would have kept track of something about their appearances to distinguish them from the others. Haku says that he and Chihiro will meet again someday.
One thing that Miyazaki tells us is that Chihiro does in fact lose her memories of the events in the Spirit world as she leaves it. But does she truly forget? Though magic is used to wipe her recently made memories, is it forever?
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At the beginning of the movie, Chihiro was quite sceptical of moving to a new place, worried and lacked confidence. However, at the end of the movie she has a different outlook on her new life.
Even after her changes in development throughout the film, we find it hard to believe that she could change her mind that suddenly without having a reference to base her change in decision on. Considering the fact that no time has passed in her memories. The promise Before Chihiro departs, she makes a promise with Haku that they will meet again.
Chihiro will most likely try to find a way back to meet Haku, when she eventually remembers. After discovering something that has changed her way of life so drastically, one would be certain that Chihiro will no-doubt try to rediscover the spirit world, especially because of the promise to meet Haku again. One important theme from the film that Miyazaki encompasses is the use of Shinto motifs as a basis for the film, where they say that every living thing has a spirit.
It was Haku that saved her by carrying her to the bank. The Japanese version, however, explains that the river still flows underground. This is why Haku was working for Yubaba, as he was lost and had no way to get home. Haku is no longer bound to Yubaba because he was released from her contract after recovering his real name, which means that he is able to go where he pleases, even possibly to cross between worlds, in order to fulfil the promise.
It's made from the threads your friends wove together. This item proves that her time in the spirit world was not just a dream. I don't recall it being said that she would forget everything? Though it's been a while since I saw the movie, but I'm sure only her parents were shown to have their memories wiped, while all Haku told Chihiro when she left was that "no matter what, don't look back.
Well, according to Miyazaki himselfChihiro did not recall her experience after leaving the spirit world at the end — but added that it doesn't mean completely forgetting it, and how there's a likely chance she'll eventually remember what happened.
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Even if Chihiro doesn't consciously remember what happened, the emotional growth still happened. She's stronger now, because of her experience. Look closely after she exits the tunnel and you'll see her hair band sparkle in the light for a moment.
She recieved that hair band in the spirit world, which a may jog her memories later on, and b it's symbolic of how her emotional growth remains even if her memories have disappeared.
This probably coincides with Zeniba's line: Even if you can't remember.
It works either way, but I'm just curious what other people think. They deeply cared about eachother, but they weren't in "love" love. They never explicitly stated anything more that the fact that they were good friends. Call him a spirit guide, spirit protector, "imaginary" friend, or maybe a Big Brother Mentor that sort of thing. The "love" between them isn't love in a romantic sense, but there is a strong emotional attachment, like how an older brother would feel for his sister. I think the implication is that if or when they meet again as adults, they'll be each other's true love.
Though not entirely sure how it'll work when Haku's not actually a human Did Haku lose his dragon form at the end, or did he consciously turn into a human so that he could talk to Chihiro? The second thing, he couldn't talk to her in his dragon form.
Perhaps it was the shock of remembering his true name that caused him to transform so quickly. It's set that the bath house workers don't lose their memories on the spot when Yubaba takes their names away and slowly makes them her slaves by making them forget who they are.
That being sad, why hasn't anyone tried to prevent it and written down their old names while they still remember it? Wouldn't you think it suspicious that the oldest servants remember nothing of their lives before the bath house, not even their birth names?
Haku tells Chihiro to hide her card and other things if I remember correctly, so it's probably forbidden. And as we know, Yubaba can be rather spiteful when her rules get broken. Also, you might as well start questioning how you can "take" someone's name, and how that would cause amnesia.
A Wizard Did Itnothing to see here, move along Actually, the name-loss amnesia is an effect of the overall spell, not just the visible part.
By taking away their names, Yubaba forced them to say, "Hello, I am —-" whatever their name was, but she also took their identities as well, and their identities were literally every other detail of who they are. It's not actually clear if the name thing applies to all the workers, or if it's just something Yubaba does to workers whom she wants to keep on a tight leash. Maybe Haku is a special case because she knows how powerful he can be, and Chihiro is special because she's human.
Will Haku and Chihiro meet again???
Nobody besides them mentions losing their memories or having their name changed. What exactly is Lin? We know she's not human, judging by her initial prejudice towards Chihiro. Or a weasel spirit. Are all the lady bathhouse workers weasels? Are all the men frogs? Or are they all different kinds of animal spirits?
An overwhelming amount of the males seems to be frogs or toads, but clearly not all of them - Kamaji, for instance, is pretty obviously a spider. Not sure about the women since their animal characteristics are not obvious. Is there any particular reason why Chihiro was able to know none of the pigs present were her parents?
This is never explicited, and it bugs me a bit. Is it because she has visited them enough times to remember some minor details about their pig forms? We really cleaned up the river, and the fish are back. In an interview with Roger Ebert, Miyazaki explained the usefulness of these. If you just have constant tension at 80 degrees all the time you just get numb.
Wowed by the Japanese animators, Lasseter became inspired. After working with computer animation, Lasseter visited Studio Ghibli in Ignoring warnings that Miyazaki hated computer animation, Lasseter showed the filmmaker Luxo Jr. The videos were a hit and a friendship was born.
Miyazaki then asked Lasseter to help him with the English dub. Thanks to his tireless campaigningthe movie was a hit.
For over 20 years, American studios had tried to acquire the studio. Toshio Suzuki, the producer of Spirited Away, turned these offers down, but Disney finally came up with a unique deal. There were two pre-conditions: Suzuki found these terms favorable and accepted.
Miyazaki explained how many of the scenes should be animated with animal analogies To help the animators understand how the characters moved, Miyazaki would ask them to draw inspiration from animals.