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Anyone who’s seen movies such as Up, Finding Nemo or basically anything by Hayao Miyazaki, will testify to animation’s capability to evoke sadness in a way that live action can not. Whether it’s down to the ‘cuteness’ of the graphics or other subliminal reasons linked to childhood nostalgia, for many people it’s often easier relating […]
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