Laputa - Castle In The Sky

Laputa - Castle In The Sky
Laputa - Castle In The Sky




119 minutes


Action and Adventure, Animation, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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This superb Japanese anime begins with a young boy called Pazu meeting a young girl named Sheeta - who happens to drop into his life from out of the sky, floating down to earth with a pendant around her neck which can act as a key to the mythical sky-kingdom of Laputa. But that pendant is wanted both by a band of pirates and government bureaucrats - and Pazu and Sheeta are forced to go on the run as a result. One of the first full-length features made by the brilliant anime director Hayao Miyazkai, this is a wonderfully light-hearted treat.

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