Princess Mononoke – Kate’s Take Podcast

Kate continues Miyazaki month with Princess Mononoke. This episode is full of trivia on why it took this box-office recording-breaking Japanese hit 2 years to come to the United States as well as taking deep diving on the themes of this mature movie. Themes in this episode are:

  • Infections of rage and hate
  • The whole damn world is cursed
  • Two sides to every story
  • Being small, stupid and worrying about your survival is a precursor to war
  • Not to fear the god of life and death.

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ABOUT

Filmmaker Kate Chaplin takes a film that has influenced her life for good, bad or ugly and dissects it to show YOU the hidden lessons within movies. This five-time-award-winning show appeared on D20crit from 2013-2015. New episodes coined “Reloaded” were produced by Gal’s Guide from 2016-2017. Many of the shows have been lost to the digital dust (yet somehow still on Google Play) but keep an eye out for our Flashback Friday Episodes on the Gal’s Guide Podcast.

AWARDS

  • Most Entertaining – 2016 INDYpodnet Awards
  • Best Audio Quality & Editing – 2016 INDYpodnet Awards
  • Most Entertaining – 2015 INDYpodnet Awards
  • Rookie of the Year – 2015 INDYpodnet Awards
  • Best Coverage of a Geek Event – 2015 INDYpodnet Awards

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One thought on “Princess Mononoke – Kate’s Take Podcast

  1. Paulette says:

    Excellent post however , I was wanting to know if you could write a litte more on this subject?
    I’d be very grateful if you could elaborate a little bit
    further. Many thanks!

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