Princess Mononoke

Princess Mononoke
Princess Mononoke

Year

1997

Duration

128 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation

Language

English / Japanese

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Synopsis

Having fallen ill after being cursed by a demon, a prince travels far to the west in search of a remedy to break the spell. When he arrives at his destination, the prince finds utter chaos as the animals that inhabit the magical forest are battling against the nearby townsfolk determined to destroy it. Led by the mysterious Princess Mononoke - a human who was raised by wolves - do the animals have a chance to succeed? Beautifully animated, Princess Mononoke is a haunting and visually stunning film, from the director of the magical Spirited Away.

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Contains moderate violence and scary scenes.

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