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Set in the days after the Second World War has ended, Isao Takahata's moving film for Japan's famous Studio Ghibli looks at the effect of American attacks on the Japanese civilian population.
The film opens on the day of Japan's surrender, as 14-year-old Seita, dies alone. Then in flashback, it shows the death of his mother from burns inflicted in a bombing raid, his attempts to look after younger sister Setsuko and their struggle against hunger, increasing attacks by the Americans and the abandonment of compassion and caring by the rest of society.
An openly anti-war film, it shows that the suffering of the innocents in war happen both to the victors and the losers, and despite its country of origin, it could apply to any country around the world.