OBLIVION ISLAND: HARUKA AND THE MAGIC MIRROR

By Shinsuke SATO

PRODUCTION I.G - as SALES All rights, World / PROD

Animation - Completed 2009

After 4 years of work, Production I.G's 3DCGI team presents the studio's first 3DCGI feature film. While making full use of the state-of-the-art in digital techniques, I.G aims to entertain you with heart-warming visuals and pioneer a new course of Japanese-made 3DCG animation.

    • Year of production
    • 2009
    • Genres
    • Animation, Family, Fantasy
    • Countries
    • JAPAN
    • Languages
    • JAPANESE
    • Duration
    • 99 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Shinsuke SATO
    • Writer(s)
    • Hirotaka ADACHI, Shinsuke SATO
    • Synopsis
    • Where do all your childhood treasures go when you grow up?
      Haruka is an ordinary teenager. Her mother passed away when she was still a little child, and her father looked after her ever since. But now that she’s 16, she’s not really getting along with her ever-absent workaholic father, and “home” has become synonymous of solitude. One day, in a shrine yard, Haruka spots a strange creature resembling a fox, carrying a toy plane. But as she goes after the funny animal, she finds herself on... Oblivion Island! This is a strange world made of forgotten, discarded or ignored things. And here, Haruka will encounter the memories of her childhood. But humans are not supposed to be on Oblivion Island, and the Baron, who rules that world, has put his eye on that unexpected intruder... And from here, the story bends dramatically into an unpredictable direction at increasing and uncontrolled speed...
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