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Амэ Юки хоёр бэлтрэг

Амэ Юки хоёр бэлтрэг (Анг. The Wolf Children Ame and Yuki, Япон. おおかみこどもの雨と雪 Ōkami Kodomo no Ame to Yuki) нь 2012 онд Хосода Маморүгийн найруулсан хүүхэлдэйн кино юм. Уг кинонд Хана (Ханá гэж уншина) гэдэг бүсгүй хүн чонод дурладаг. Тэр хүн чоно үхсэний дараа Хана Амэ, Юки хэмээх хоёр чоно хүүхдээ өсгөхөөр хөдөө тосгонд очдог.

Японд 2012 оны 7-р сарын 21-нд, Францад 2012 оны 6-р сарын 25-нд тус тус нээлтээ хийсэн.

Үйл явдал[засварлах | edit source]

19 настай оюутан Хана хичээлд нууцаар сууж буй залуутай танилцан дурладаг. Төд удалгүй тэр хоёр үерхэж эхэлдэг. Нэг өдөр тэр залуу өөрийн үнэн төрхөө илчилж өөрийн төрлөөсөө ганц үлдсэн хүн чоно гэдгээ хэлдэг. Тийм байсан ч Хана өөртэй нь нэг гэрт орохыг хүссэнээр тэр хоёр хамт амьдран жилийн дараа Хана жирэмсэн болдог. Хүүхэд нь чоно гарах вий хэмээн эмээж эмнэлэг явж чадахгүй байснаар охин Юкигээ цастай өдөр гэртээ төрүүлдэг. Жилийн дараа дүү Амэ нь нэг бороотой өдөр төрдөг. Амэг төрсний дараа удалгүй өнөө хүн чоно алга болдог бөгөөд Хана хоёр хүүхдээ тэврээд тэр бороотой өдөр эцсээ хүртэл хайсны эцэст шуудууд үхсэн чоныг ТҮК-ийн ажилчид зайлуулж байхыг хардаг. Тэр хүн чоно хүүхдүүдээ хооллохоор ан хийж яваад осолдож амиа алдсан нь энэ байжээ. Энэ золгүй явдлаас хойш Хана хүүхдүүдээ сайн өсгөхөөр сэтгэл шулууддаг.

Гэвч хотод хүүхдүүдээ өсгөх нь туйлын бэрхшээлтэй болохыг Хана ойлгоно. Юки нь байн байн чоно болж хувирна, их дуу чимээ гаргаж хөршүүдийнхээ тайван байдлыг алдагдуулна, Юкиг ульснаас болж байрны эзэндээ амьтан тэжээлээ гэж зэмлүүлнэ, хүүхэд хамгаалахаас вакцинжуулалтад хамрагдсангүй гэнэ. Энэ мэт олон бэрхшээлээс болж хөдөө гарч амьдрахаас шийдэн хүнээс зайдуу уул модондоо ойр нэг хуучирсан бараг үнэгүй шахуу байшинд суухаар болов.

Hana gets down to work immediately, repairing the house and later tried to grow crops. Initially skeptical of her at first, the other villagers warm up to her and help her to settle in. One fierce old man who treats newcomers harshly even shows Hana how to grow her own farm. At the same time, Hana tries to find ways to educate her children about wolf survival in the wild. She eventually gets a job as an assistant in a nature reserve to learn more about nature. Meanwhile, Yuki loves the new environment, while Ame dislikes it. One day, Ame finds the will to chase after a kingfisher, but loses his footing and falls into a stream, and nearly drowns. After that day, Ame became a more confident person.

Soon, when Yuki and Ame reaches school-going age, Yuki begs her mother to send her to school. Hana agrees on one condition: they must never transform into a wolf in front of people. Although Yuki does not fit well into the school environment initially due to her background, but she soon adapts and makes many new friends at school. On the other hand, Ame does not adapt very well and gets bullied to the point he stops attending school and frequently wanders into the woods behind their house. Later, Hana discovers that Ame was taking lessons from an old fox about hunting and survival in the wild.

In school, Yuki's class receives a new transfer student, Souhei who ultimately tells Yuki that she smelled of an animal. Fearing that he would uncover her identity, Yuki avoids him. However, he follows Yuki around the school until Yuki, unable to control herself, transforms into a wolf and scratches him across the ear. Haunted by this incident, Yuki refuses to go to school. However, moved by Souhei's persistence in sending her homework and foodstuff every day, Yuki eventually returns to school, and even became good friends with Souhei.

On one stormy day, when Ame's "master" dies, Ame decides to take over his role in the woods, but despite his mother's objections, he slips away without Hana knowing. During her search for Ame, Hana slips and falls down a chasm, but is rescued by Ame, who carries her out of the woods. Before regaining consciousness, Hana has a vision where the Wolfman apologizes to her for the burden she had to bear in raising their children and tells her he is proud of how they have grown. Hana berates herself for Ame's disappearance, to which the Wolfman responds that Ame has found his path in life. When she awakens, Hana finally accepts Ame's decision, and watches in awe as he howls and disappears into the distance as a matured wolf. Meanwhile, Yuki, who was left in school with Souhei, reveals her true identity to him and confesses that she was the wolf who attacked him. Souhei admits that he knew this a long time ago, but he has already forgiven her.

The next year, Yuki attends a boarding middle school, making a lot of new friends in the process and despite Ame's departure, his howls could be heard far and wide. Meanwhile, Hana continues to live in her old home, happily knowing that she has raised her wolf-children well.

Voice cast[засварлах | edit source]

Release/Screenings[засварлах | edit source]

At a press conference held on 18 June 2012, the director Mamoru Hosoda announced that Wolf Children would be released in 34 different countries and territories.[1] This film was first released in France on June 25, 2012, marking its international debut.[2] It was subsequently released in Japan on July 21, 2012.[2] The film made its US premiere at the 2012 Hawaii International Film Festival.[3] The film's Blu-ray and DVD release date for Japan has been confirmed for February 20, 2013.

The Newport Beach Film Festival in Newport Beach, CA, screened Wolf Children on April 27, 2013.[4]

Wolf Children will be screened at Animefest 2013 in May in the Czech Republic[5] and at Animafest Zagreb 2013 in June in Croatia.[6]

Other media[засварлах | edit source]

In addition to the film, two novelizations and a manga written by Hosoda (with art by Yū (?)) were released by Kadokawa Shoten.[7] As tie-ins to the film, a film picture book, an art book, and a storyboard book were released from Kadokawa, Media Pal, and Pia.

  • Wolf Children Ame and Yuki by Mamoru Hosoda, Kadokawa Shoten, 22 June 2012, ISBN 9784041003237
  • Mamoru Hosoda Pia, Pia, 10 July 2012, ISBN 9784835621203
  • Wolf Children Ame and Yuki by Yū (illustrations) and Mamoru Hosoda, Kadokawa Comic Ace, 14 July 2012, ISBN 9784041203217
  • Wolf Children Ame and Yuki by Mamoru Hosoda, Kadokawa Tsubasa Bunko, 15 July 2012, ISBN 9784046312488
  • Kadokawa Picture Book Wolf Children Ame and Yuki by Mamoru Hosoda, Kadokawa Shoten, 15 July 2012, ISBN 9784041102473
  • Wolf Children Ame and Yuki Storyboards Animestyle Archive by Mamoru Hosoda, Media Pal, 21 July 2012, ISBN 9784896102468
  • Wolf Children Ame and Yuki Official Book: Hana no Yō ni edited by the Wolf Children Ame and Yuki Production Committee, Kadokawa Shoten, 23 July 2012, ISBN 9784041102480
  • Wolf Children Ame and Yuki Artbook edited by the Wolf Children Ame and Yuki Production Committee, Kadokawa Shoten, 25 August 2012, ISBN 9784041102862

Reception[засварлах | edit source]

Box office[засварлах | edit source]

Wolf Children was the second-highest grossing film in Japan on its debut weekend of 21–22 July 2012, beating Disney Pixar's animation film Brave, which debuted in Japan on the same weekend.[8] It attracted an audience of 276,326 throughout the weekend, thus grossing a total of 365.14 million yen.[8] The film subsequently surpassed Mamoru Hosoda previous work Summer Wars's Japanese gross of around 1.6 billion yen during the weekend of 12–13 August 2012.[9]

Critical reception[засварлах | edit source]

Wolf Children received positive reviews from film critics. Mark Schilling from The Japan Times compared Hosoda to the acclaimed director Hayao Miyazaki, saying that "The Miyazaki influence on Hosoda's own work seems obvious, from his cute-but-realistic style to his concern with pressing social issues and the messy emotions of actual human beings".[10] Moreover, he said that the director "has integrated fantastic elements into otherwise everyday settings".[10] However, Schilling added that he felt that this film was "on the conventional and predictable side".[10] He added that the film was like "appealing to "Jane Eyre" fans in one scene, "Call of the Wild" fans in the next", with him taking issue with "the well-worn, stereotypical rails on which the stories ran".[10] Overall, Schilling gave the film a rating of 3 out of 5 stars.[10]

The French newspaper Le Monde rated this film as a "Excellent", and gave it a rating of five out of five stars.[11] Singapore newspaper Mypaper also praised the film, saying that "There is a magnificent understated eye for detail, from the grain of wood on doors to the lovingly captured forest scenes, that help lift the movie above regular animation fare."[12]

Awards[засварлах | edit source]

Wolf Children won the 2013 Japan Academy Prize for Animation of the Year,[13] the 2012 Mainichi Film Award for Best Animation Film,[14] and the 2013 Animation of the Year award at TAF.[15] It has also won two awards at the Oslo Films from the South festival in Norway: the main award, the Silver Mirror, and the audience award.[16] Wolf Children won an Audience Award at 2013 New York International Children's Film Festival.[17]

References[засварлах | edit source]

  1. 宮崎あおい : 夫役・大沢たかおと相合い傘で登場 「大きな優しさに支えられた」 (Japanese). Mainichi Shimbun Digital Co.Ltd (2012-06-18). the original on 2012-06-20-с архивлагдсан. 2012-09-18-д хандсан.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Paris to Host World Premiere of Mamoru Hosoda's Ame & Yuki Film. Anime News Network (2012-05-30). 2012-05-30-д хандсан.
  3. The Wolf Children Ame and Yuki. HIFF Website. 18 September 2012-д хандсан.
  4. ”Wolf Children Newport Beach Film Festival 2013 Screening”
  5. Vlčí děti (Czech). Animefest. May 24, 2013-д хандсан.
  6. Okamikodomo no Ame to Yuki / Wolf Children. Animafest Zagreb. May 24, 2013-д хандсан.
  7. hyaloplasm (Japanese). February 8, 2013-д хандсан.
  8. 8.0 8.1 『海猿』V2で早くも動員200万人突破!『おおかみこども』ピクサー新作超えて2位初登場!【映画週末興行成績】 (Japanese). Cinema Today (2012-07-24). 2012-09-18-д хандсан.
  9. 『海猿』が『仮面ライダー』から首位奪還!本年度No.1『テルマエ・ロマエ』超えまでわずか!【映画週末興行成績】 (Japanese). Cinema Today (2012-08-14). 2012-09-18-д хандсан.
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 Schilling, Mark (2012-07-20). 'Okami Kodomo no Ame to Yuki (Wolf Children)'. The Japan Times. 2012-09-08-д хандсан.
  11. Sotinel, Par Thomas (2012-08-28). "Les Enfants-Loups, Ame et Yuki" : une épopée intime dans un Japon oublié (French). Le Monde. 2012-09-08-д хандсан.
  12. Chua, Dave (2012-09-06). Movie Review: Wolf Children. Mypaper. 2012-09-08-д хандсан.
  13. Japan Academy Prize (2013) (Japanese). Japan Academy Prize. March 12, 2013-д хандсан.
  14. Wolf Children, 'Combustible' Win at 67th Mainichi Film Awards. Anime News Network (February 7, 2013). March 25, 2013-д хандсан.
  15. Wolf Children, SAO, Kuroko's Basketball Win Tokyo Anime Awards. Anime News Network (March 24, 2013). March 25, 2013-д хандсан.
  16. Prize winners - Films from the South 2012. Films from the South.
  17. Groves, Sara (19 March 2013). NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN’S FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES 2013 AWARD WINNERS. New York International Children's Film Festival. 20 March 2013-д хандсан.

External links[засварлах | edit source]

Загвар:Mamoru Hosoda Загвар:Madhouse Загвар:Japan Academy Prize for Animation of the Year Загвар:Mainichi Film Award - Animation Film Award Загвар:Tokyo Anime Award for Animation of the Year