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The following day, to check if the spirits are real or not, Anna visits the house again on her way home from the diner, she has an encounter with the daughter of one of the former owners, who is currently visiting. She learns from her that the daughter witnessed the whole thing with the two natives years ago. That night, Anna is awakened by the sound of Kiyomasa pulling Marnie’s luggage in front of the house.
The next day, Maro arrives with Toichi and the two of them enter the house, later Kiyomasa and Anna join them. Maro is very impressed with how valuable the furniture is, as he is currently in the process of painting his house. Marnie comes home and receives a glass of water. After Anna has her do the dishes, Marnie begins to sleep. Marnie has to be called to serve tea when they go upstairs to watch television, while Anna tells Marnie about her experience in the mansion the previous night. Marnie tells her that she dreams and daydreams a lot. That night, Marnie goes to sleep in the bed of Toichi and the two cuddle.
On the next morning, Toichi invites Anna and Marnie to visit the mansion, Anna agrees, and the two return to the house with Maro. They enter the house to find that Kiyomasa, Kiyo, and Maro have already gone into the house. They look at the furniture in the hall, and Maro is surprised by the vast amount of furniture.
After going through the hall, Anna and Marnie find Toichi and Marnie goes to help him, Marnie teases him because he is so quiet, and spends the rest of the time with him. Meanwhile, Kiyomasa and Anna leave the house in search of a basement, and found a cellar, but they leave empty handed. When they get back to Toichi, they look at the furniture in the basement and note that the dining room was the best. This motivates them to go upstairs again. As they leave the house, Anna looks up at the windows of the mansion and get an impression of darkness.
we met with emma thompson. we showed her the final cut of the film, and she was completely blown away by it. when we did the original storyboards, we had a clear image of emma, but then we realized emma herself was completely different from the story. so we had to switch emma’s image to take it to emma as well. and we made sure emma showed exactly the image of the character in the film. we were trying to depict her in the way that emma would, but when we saw her again, we couldnt help but smile. takatsugu muramatsu composed the soundtrack, his third collaboration with yonebayashi. muramatsu said the film was a little different from his other works. we have more male characters, and more of the story takes place in tokyo, and it was a relief to go to a different atmosphere. the soundtrack is sometimes melancholy, but it expresses the romantic elements of the story. we tried to use subtle melancholy sounds, so that they would contrast when people are sad. the animation and production design were directed by yonebayashi, who is known for his work on hayao miyzakes spirited away. the film was co-produced by yoshiaki nishimura, who has also worked on several ghibli productions, including from up on poppy hill. director yonebayashi characterized the film as a movie for adults. producers yoshiaki nishimura and hiromasa yonebayashi persuaded emma thompson to take the lead role of marnie, and i was very happy about this decision. a large part of the initial proposal, which involved five years of exhaustive research, was done in advance, so it was perfect timing with emma coming to japan. although there were many rivals for the role, emma was the only one who gave a performance to us. she really immersed herself in the film, spending over a month in tokyo to gather as much information as possible. ۵ec8ef588b