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The one thing I did notice, though, is that Ocean Waves was animated with a different animation frame rate than other Ghibli films. Rather than 24 frames per second, this film moves between 20 and 24 frames per second.
The film is a musical as well. The sound was composed by Shigeru Nagata, who did the music for Hayao Miyazaki's theatrical films. Every frame of Ocean Waves is designed with a musical echo. Music and sound are extremely powerful, and I think it's one of the reasons why Ghibli is capable of pulling in such a broad audience. Music, animation, and sound are all very important elements of any anime; it's something which can't be overlooked.
With Ocean Waves, I think Tomomi Mochizuki has stepped into a new territory that is hard to traverse. It's a shift in tone - between the almost grotesque and harrowing tone of his films to the more cheerful and bubbly tone of his television film. The characters in the film, while retaining their grotesque aspects, are much more approachable. Instead of creating monsters to show the difficulties of human emotion, or characters who could only exist in strange and bizarre worlds, Ocean Waves seems to focus on giving a nice balance to the light and dark side of human existence. It's really a natural development of Mochizuki's artistic voice.
When it comes to animation, Japan is a very visual place. In order to see a thousand expressions, or to describe the subtleties of human emotion and interaction, you need a hundred visual images. Ghibli is a place where ideas are visualized, so animation is crucial to the visuals. One of the purposes of a film is to show the character's emotions - to show them for the viewer. This is the reason for the film's incredible detail and accuracy. All of the characters' expressions are drawn with individual lines. They're not just mouth animations or hand movements. It's all part of the character's entire emotive response. 7211a4ac4a