WOLF CHILDREN

© 2012 “WOLF CHILDREN” FILM PARTNERS

Introduction

 

Mamoru Hosoda is the world's most attention-getting animation director today.

In "The Girl Who Leapt Through Time" (2006), he portrayed the coming of age of a female high school student with a supernatural power to leap through time. In "SUMMER WARS" (2009), he used on his own experiences with relatives he gained through marriage to depict a bond between a big extended family and a high school student who lives both in cyberspace and the real world.


And now, the long-awaited new film by Director Mamoru Hosoda, "Wolf Children" will be released in 2012. Its theme is "parent and child," which lies beyond "coming of age" and "marriage," which were the themes of his two previous films. The encounter of the 19-year-old main character Hana with a "wolf man," their love, marriage, childbirth, and child-rearing... The 13 years of their "wolf children's" growth and development into independent individuals... It is an epic about a mother and her children.

 

 

 

WOLF CHILDREN

© 2012 “WOLF CHILDREN” FILM PARTNERS

Introduction

 

Mamoru Hosoda is the world's most attention-getting animation director today.

In "The Girl Who Leapt Through Time" (2006), he portrayed the coming of age of a female high school student with a supernatural power to leap through time. In "SUMMER WARS" (2009), he used on his own experiences with relatives he gained through marriage to depict a bond between a big extended family and a high school student who lives both in cyberspace and the real world.


And now, the long-awaited new film by Director Mamoru Hosoda, "Wolf Children" will be released in 2012. Its theme is "parent and child," which lies beyond "coming of age" and "marriage," which were the themes of his two previous films. The encounter of the 19-year-old main character Hana with a "wolf man," their love, marriage, childbirth, and child-rearing... The 13 years of their "wolf children's" growth and development into independent individuals... It is an epic about a mother and her children.

 

 

 

WOLF CHILDREN

© 2012 “WOLF CHILDREN” FILM PARTNERS

Introduction

 

Mamoru Hosoda is the world's most attention-getting animation director today.

In "The Girl Who Leapt Through Time" (2006), he portrayed the coming of age of a female high school student with a supernatural power to leap through time. In "SUMMER WARS" (2009), he used on his own experiences with relatives he gained through marriage to depict a bond between a big extended family and a high school student who lives both in cyberspace and the real world.


And now, the long-awaited new film by Director Mamoru Hosoda, "Wolf Children" will be released in 2012. Its theme is "parent and child," which lies beyond "coming of age" and "marriage," which were the themes of his two previous films. The encounter of the 19-year-old main character Hana with a "wolf man," their love, marriage, childbirth, and child-rearing... The 13 years of their "wolf children's" growth and development into independent individuals... It is an epic about a mother and her children.

 

 

 

Story

College student Hana falls in love with a "wolf man."
Their love is consummated, and Hana gives birth to two babies.
The older child, a girl, born on a snowy day is named Yuki for "snow," and the younger child, a boy, born on a rainy day is named Ame for "rain." These two small children harbor a big secret—they are "wolf children" who are both human and wolf.Wolf Children 2.jpg


To hide the fact that Yuki and Ame are "wolf children," the family lives discreetly in a quiet corner of the city. Their life is simple but filled with joy. But one day, everything shatters. Their father, the "wolf man," passes away.
Hana, Yuki, and Ame are left alone. To live peacefully and happily with her two children, Hana makes a decision. She will take her children and move away from the crowded city to a small town in the countryside surrounded by strict but rich nature.

 

Story

College student Hana falls in love with a "wolf man."
Their love is consummated, and Hana gives birth to two babies.
The older child, a girl, born on a snowy day is named Yuki for "snow," and the younger child, a boy, born on a rainy day is named Ame for "rain." These two small children harbor a big secret—they are "wolf children" who are both human and wolf.Wolf Children 2.jpg


To hide the fact that Yuki and Ame are "wolf children," the family lives discreetly in a quiet corner of the city. Their life is simple but filled with joy. But one day, everything shatters. Their father, the "wolf man," passes away.
Hana, Yuki, and Ame are left alone. To live peacefully and happily with her two children, Hana makes a decision. She will take her children and move away from the crowded city to a small town in the countryside surrounded by strict but rich nature.

 

Story

College student Hana falls in love with a "wolf man."
Their love is consummated, and Hana gives birth to two babies.
The older child, a girl, born on a snowy day is named Yuki for "snow," and the younger child, a boy, born on a rainy day is named Ame for "rain." These two small children harbor a big secret—they are "wolf children" who are both human and wolf.Wolf Children 2.jpg


To hide the fact that Yuki and Ame are "wolf children," the family lives discreetly in a quiet corner of the city. Their life is simple but filled with joy. But one day, everything shatters. Their father, the "wolf man," passes away.
Hana, Yuki, and Ame are left alone. To live peacefully and happily with her two children, Hana makes a decision. She will take her children and move away from the crowded city to a small town in the countryside surrounded by strict but rich nature.