One thousand years ago when humanity was at its peak, the world was destroyed by in an event known as the ‘Seven Days of Fire’. In the centuries that followed, nature took over leaving humans living in fear of a toxic jungle and the giant insects that protect it. Amongst this threat of disease lives Nausicaä, the young princess of a province known as the Valley of the Wind, who possesses a kind heart and an inexplicable ability to commune with the natural world. While all the young girl wishes is for the world to live in peace, her normally quiet land finds itself dragged into war alongside the battle-hungry Torumekian soldiers. Now, Nausicaä must fight for peace and attempt to find a way to save both humans and insects without losing herself to hatred.
My best friend frequently complains when great writers shun editing. He argues that by stripping your message down to its juciest part, it becomes inherently better. With Miyazaki, the jury is out. Most western audiences know him for sumptuously animated movies with simple fairy tale plots that say so much by attempting so little in a narrative sense. But when reading the source manga for... read more
Story [7/10] Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind is a realistic story with a little fantasy added to it. The manga can be confusing since the story alters between different point of views. Because of this I didn’t really enjoy the story. But if you are able to understand the plot and not get confused by the multiple perspectives it would be a good story. The author does a good job on... read more
|Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind||Movie||1984||Anime Adaptation|
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