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2021 Japanese animated science fantasy bioskop by Mamoru Hosoda

Belle

Theatrical release poster

Japanese 竜とそばかすの姫
Hepburn Ryū to Sobakasu no Hime
Literally The dragon and the freckled princess
Directed by Mamoru Hosoda
Written by Mamoru Hosoda
Produced by
  • Nozomu Takahashi
  • Yuichiro Saito
  • Toshimi Tanio
  • Genki Kawamura
Starring
  • Kaho Nakamura
  • Ryō Narita
  • Shōta Sometani
  • Tina Tamashiro
  • Lilas Ikuta
  • Kōji Yakusho
  • Takeru Satoh
Edited by Shigeru Nishiyama
Music by
  • Taisei Iwasaki
  • Ludvig Forssell
  • Yuta Bandoh
  • Miho Sakai

Production
company

Bengkel seni Chizu

Distributed by Toho

Release dates

  • July 15, 2021 (2021-07-15)
    (Cannes)
  • July 16, 2021 (2021-07-16)
    (Japan)

Running time

124 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese
Box office $63.8 million[1]


Belle


(
竜とそばかすの姫
,

Ryū to Sobakasu no Hime
, literally “
The Ular besar and the Freckled Princess
“)

is a 2021 Japanese animated science fantasy film written and directed by Mamoru Hosoda and produced by Studio Chizu. The story is inspired by the 1756 French fairy tale
Beauty and the Beast
by Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont, with Hosoda taking cues from the 1991 Disney animated movie.[2]

The film received its world premiere on July 15, 2021, at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival,[3]
where it was well-received by critics with a standing ovation that lasted fourteen minutes.[4]
The gambar hidup was additionally dubbed into foreign languages (English and German). It was released theatrically in Japan on July 16, 2021. GKIDS has licensed the bioskop in North America, with a nationwide release date of January 14, 2022,[5]
and previews in select IMAX theaters on January 12,[6]
while Anime Limited released the film in the United Kingdom on February 4, 2022.[7]
[8]

Belle
is the third-highest-grossing Japanese gambar hidup of 2021, accounting for ¥6.53 billion in box-office rakings as of December 12, 2021.[9]
[10]

Plot

[edit]

Suzu Naito is a seventeen-year-old high school student who lives in the rural Kōchi Prefecture of Japan with a lost passion for singing and writing songs. As a child, she witnessed her mother rescuing a child from a flooding river at the cost of her own life, causing her to resent her mother for “abandoning” her for a stranger’s child. The event led to her growing distant from her father. She remains in contact with a group of older choir teachers who were her mother’s friends. She is alienated from most of her classmates, with the exception of her childhood friend and self-appointed protector Shinobu Hisatake, on whom she has a crush; popular girl Ruka Watanabe; sportsman classmate Shinjiro Chikami, nicknamed Kamishin; and her genius best friend Hiroka “Hiro” Betsuyaku.

On Hiro’s suggestion, Suzu signs into the popular virtual metaverse known as “U” and creates a beautiful avatar with freckles she names “Bell”, the English translation of her own name, Suzu. Upon logging into U, she finds herself capable of singing again. With the assistance of Hiro, who has appointed herself Bell’s manager and producer, Bell becomes a big hit and people start to refer to her as “Belle”, which means “beautiful”, in French.

During one of Belle’s concerts, an infamously strong and near-unbeatable user called “The Dragon” (or “The Beast”) ruins the concert. This prompts a vigilante group named the Justices, led by the self-righteous Justin to begin hunting the Dragon, accusing him of disturbing the peace of U. Using a specialized program, Justin plans to unveil the Dragon’s identity to the public. Suzu feels intrigued by the Dragon and begins to gather information about him. She discovers that he is popular amongst children, who consider him to be their hero, particularly a shy boy named Tomo who was in the news following his mother’s death. Belle searches U for the Naga and is led to the Dragon’s hidden castle by a mysterious angel avatar. She meets the Ular besar and his five guardian AIs. Belle and the Dragon grow close. In the real world, Ruka confides to Suzu that she likes Kamishin. With Suzu’s help, the two confess their feelings.

In U, Justin captures and interrogates Belle and threatens to unveil her identity to the world if she refuses to cooperate. The Dragon’s AIs rescue Belle but their intervention allows Justin and his group to locate the Dragon’s castle and destroy it. The Dragon flees before Belle can help. Suzu and Hiro work to find out the Dragon’s cak benar identity before Justin can and warn him. They find a live video feed of Tomo singing a song only Belle and the Hantu bumi know, and realize that Tomo is the angel avatar, and his older brother Kei is the Dragon. Kei and Tomo are being abused by their father. Kei’s anger in protecting Tomo is what gives The Dragon his unbeatable strength in U. Suzu contacts Kei to help but Kei does titinada believe that she is Belle. Shinobu, Ruka, Kamishin, and the choir teachers reveal their knowledge of Belle’s true identity and urge Suzu to sing to gain Kei’s trust. Suzu unveils herself to the world in U and begins to sing. Seeing this, Kei decides to trust her and tries to contact her again. But Kei’s father sees the video of his abuse posted online and cuts off the internet connection before Kei can tell Suzu their address.

Using context clues, Ruka and Kamishin deduce that Kei’s hometown is Kawasaki, Kanagawa, near Tokyo. Since the authorities cannot intervene on abuse charges until 48 hours have passed, Suzu locates Kei and Tomo on her own and protects them from their father. The next day, Suzu returns home; she and her father warmly greet each other at the station. Shinobu praises Suzu for her bravery and decides she no longer needs his protection, feeling free to pursue the romantic relationship he has always wanted with her. Finally understanding her mother’s selfless actions, Suzu comes to terms with her mother’s death and is ready to sing with her friends.

Voice cast

[edit]

Character Cast
Japanese English[11]
Suzu Naito / Belle Kaho Nakamura[12] Kylie McNeill
Dragon / Kei Takeru Satoh[13] Paul Castro Jr.
Suzu’s father Kōji Yakusho[14] Ben Lepley
Hiroka “Hiro-chan” Betsuyaku Lilas Ikuta Jessica DiCicco
Shinobu “Shinobu-kun” Hisatake Ryō Narita Manny Jacinto
Shinjiro “Kamishin” Chikami Shōta Sometani Brandon Engman
Ruka “Ruka-chan” Watanabe Tina Tamashiro Hunter Schafer
Justin Toshiyuki Morikawa Chace Crawford
Okumoto Fuyumi Sakamoto Ellyn Stern
Jellinek Kenjiro Tsuda Andrew Kishino
Swan Mami Koyama Noelle McGrath
Muitarō Hitokawa / Tokoraemaru Mamoru Miyano David Chen
Kita Michiko Shimizu Jessica Gee George
Yoshitani Ryoko Moriyama Barbara Goodson
Hatanaka Sachiyo Nakao Martha Harms
Nakai Yoshimi Iwasaki Wendee Lee
Suzu’s mother Sumi Shimamoto[15] Julie Nathanson
Kei’s father Ken Ishiguro Kiff VandenHeuvel
Peggie Sue ermhoi Cristina Vee

Production

[edit]

While Studio Chizu worked on the project, they had help from veteran Disney animator and character designer Jin Kim and Michael Camacho on the design of Belle and studio Cartoon Saloon for the background work of the world of U.[16]
[17]

Hosoda initially intended for
Belle
to be a musical, but considered the idea difficult due to Japan not having a culture of making musicals. However, he still wanted music to be central to the gambar hidup, so he searched for a protagonist that could sing. He stated that he preferred the same person doing both speaking and singing voices to make it convincing, and searched for a singer who could express their feelings though song and move people, even if they don’horizon understand Japanese. He then found Kaho Nakamura, whom he considered relatively unknown, but a perfect choice for the role. Hosoda stated that Nakamura was also involved in writing lyrics, so she could feel the lyrics she was singing.[18]

Soundtrack

[edit]

Belle (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Soundtrack album by

Various artists

Released July 30, 2021
Recorded 2020–2021
Padepokan Victor Studio, Bunkamura Padepokan, Bengkel seni Tanta, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
Abbey Road Studios, London, UK
Genre
  • Bioskop score
  • J-pop
  • Anison
  • emo pop[19]
Length
76:52
Language Japanese, English, German, Latin
Label Studio Chizu
Sony Music Entertainment
Milan Records (international)
Producer Taisei Iwasaki
Studio Chizu chronology
Mirai: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

(2018)

Belle (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


(2021)

Track listing

[edit]

Standard edition
No. Title Lyrics Music Artist(s) Length
1. “U” (digital track only) Daiki Tsuneta Tsuneta millennium parade, Kaho Nakamura 3:07
2. “Whispers
(
ささやき
,

Sasayaki
)
Nakamura Ludvig Forssell Nakamura 0:28
3. “Slingshot” Miho Hazama, Taisei Iwasaki 2:56
4. “Memories of a Sound
(
遠い音色
,

Tōi neiro
)
Iwasaki 1:29
5. “Blunt Words” Forssell Forssell ermhoi 1:18
6. “Gales of Song
(
歌よ
,

Uta yo
)
Nakamura Forssell Nakamura 3:59
7. “Fleeting Days
(
儚い日常
,

Hakanai nichijō
)
Forssell 0:40
8. “Swarms of Song
(
導き
,

Michibiki
)
Nakamura Forssell Nakamura 1:38
9. “Alle Psallite Cum Luya
(
いざ、リラを奏でて歌わん
,

Iza, rira o kanadete utawan
)
Ryoko Moriyama, Sachiyo Nakao, Fuyumi Sakamoto, Yoshimi Iwasaki, Michiko Shimizu, Nakamura 0:38
10. “Fama Destinata” (Destined Fame) Forssell Nakamura 2:18
11. “Dragon
(

,

Ryū
)
Yuta Bandoh 1:28
12. “Justin
(
ジャスティン
,

Jasutin
)
Bandoh 1:11
13. “Unveil
(
アンベイル
,

Anbeiru
)
Bandoh 1:33
14. “Digital Ripples
(
電網鼓動
,

Denmō kodō
)
Forssell 5:21
15. “Dragon’s Lair
(
竜の城
,

Ryū no shiro
)
Bandoh 3:10
16. “Lend Berpenyakitan Your Voice (Draft)
(
心のそばに(鈴)
,

Kokoro no soba ni (Suzu)
)
Mamoru Hosoda, Kaho Nakamura, Taisei Iwasaki Iwasaki Nakamura 1:16
17. “Social Warfare
(
手のひらの戦乱
,

Tenohira no senran
)
Forssell 1:19
18. “Assault
(
強襲
,

Kyōshū
)
Bandoh 3:48
19. “Lend Me Your Voice
(
心のそばに
,

Kokoro no soba ni
)
Hosoda, Nakamura, Iwasaki Iwasaki Nakamura 5:03
20. “#UnveilTheBeast” Forssell 1:38
21. “Authority and Arrogance
(
倨傲の権力
,

Kyogō no kenryoku
)
Forssell 2:04
22. “Scorching the Facade
(
竜の城、燃ゆ
,

Ryū no shiro, rán yu
)
Bandoh 3:44
23. “The Truth Obscured
(
潜む真実
,

Hisomu shinjitsu
)
Forssell 1:04
24. “Lend Berpenyakitan Your Voice (Humming)
(
心のそばに(知くん)
,

Kokoro no soba ni (Tomo-kun)
)
Iwasaki HANA 0:48
25. “Distrust
(
不信
,

Fushin
)
Forssell 2:47
26. “A Million Miles Away
(
はなればなれの君へ
,

Hanarebanare no kimi e
)
Hosoda, Nakamura, Iwasaki Iwasaki Nakamura 8:01
3:08 (part 1)
1:06 (part 2)
1:45 (part 3)
2:01 (part 4)
27. “Pieces of the Puzzle
(
糸口
,

Itoguchi
)
Forssell 2:14
28. “Faces in the Rain
(
素顔
,

Sugao
)
Iwasaki, Bandoh Nakamura 2:22
29. “Skies of Song
(
辿り着いた空
,

Tadoritsuita sora
)
Nakamura Forssell Nakamura 3:02
30. “A Million Miles Away (reprise)
(
はなればなれの君へ (reprise)
,

Hanarebanare no kimi e (reprise)
)
Hosoda, Nakamura, Iwasaki Iwasaki Nakamura 6:29
Total length: 76:52
English edition
No. Title Lyrics Music Artist(s) Length
1. “U” (English Version; digital track only) Ludvig Forssell Tsuneta millennium pawai, Kylie McNeill 3:07
2. “Whispers” (English Version) Kaho Nakamura Forssell McNeill 0:28
3. “Slingshot” Miho Hazama, Taisei Iwasaki 2:56
4. “Memories of a Sound” Taisei Iwasaki 1:29
5. “Blunt Words” Forssell Forssell ermhoi 1:18
6. “Gales of Song” (English Version) Nakamura Forssell McNeill 3:59
7. “Fleeting Days” Forssell 0:40
8. “Swarms of Song” (English Version) Nakamura Forssell McNeill 1:38
9. “Alle Psallite Cum Luya” Ryoko Moriyama, Sachiyo Nakao, Fuyumi Sakamoto, Yoshimi Iwasaki, Michiko Shimizu, Nakamura 0:38
10. “Fama Destinata” (English Version) Forssell McNeill 2:18
11. “Ular besar” Yuta Bandoh 1:28
12. “Justin” Bandoh 1:11
13. “Unveil” Bandoh 1:33
14. “Digital Ripples” Forssell 5:21
15. “Hantu bumi’s Lair” Bandoh 3:10
16. “Lend Me Your Voice (Draft)” (English Version) Mamoru Hosoda, Nakamura, Taisei Iwasaki Taisei Iwasaki McNeill 1:16
17. “Social Warfare” Forssell 1:19
18. “Assault” Bandoh 3:48
19. “Lend Derita Your Voice” (English Version) Hosoda, Nakamura, Iwasaki Iwasaki McNeill 5:03
20. “#UnveilTheBeast” Forssell 1:38
21. “Authority and Arrogance” Forssell 2:04
22. “Scorching the Facade” Bandoh 3:44
23. “The Truth Obscured” Forssell 1:04
24. “Lend Me Your Voice (Humming)” (English Version) Iwasaki Bentley Griffin 0:48
25. “Distrust” Forssell 2:47
26. “A Million Miles Away” (English Version) Hosoda, Nakamura, Iwasaki, Forssell Iwasaki McNeill 8:01
27. “Pieces of the Puzzle” Forssell 2:14
28. “Faces in the Rain” (English Version) Iwasaki, Bandoh McNeill 2:22
29. “Skies of Song” (English Version) Nakamura Forssell McNeill 3:02
30. “A Million Miles Away (reprise)” (English Version) Hosoda, Nakamura, Iwasaki, Forssell Iwasaki McNeill 6:29
Kuantitas length: 76:52

Reception

[edit]

Box office

[edit]

Belle
is the third-highest-grossing Japanese film of 2021, accounting for ¥6.53 billion in box-office rakings as of December 12, 2021.[9]
[10]

In the film’s U.S. opening weekend it made $1.6 million from 1,326 theaters, and a total of $1.8 million over the four-day Martin Luther King Day holiday frame.[20]
[21]
The bioskop dropped out of the box office top ten in its second weekend with $570,213.[22]
The film was released on May 17, 2022 on DVD & Blu-ray by GKids (through its distribution partner Universal Pictures Home Entertainment).[23]

Critical response

[edit]

On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, 95% of 114 critics’ reviews are positive, with an average rating of 7.9/10. The website’s consensus reads, “A remarkable story brought to life with dazzling animation,
Belle
finds writer-director Mamoru Hosoda setting a brilliant new benchmark.”[24]
Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the film a score of 83 out of 100, based on 31 critics, indicating “universal acclaim”.[25]
American audiences polled by PostTrak gave the gambar hidup an 86% positive score, with 63% saying they would definitely recommend it.[26]

At the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, the film received a 14-minute-standing ovation.[27]
[28]
Joe Morgenstern wrote for
The Wall Street Journal
that “There’s too much plot for the film to manage, but its heart, and sumptuous art, are so firmly in the right place that its appeal comes through sweet and clear.”[29]
Manohla Dargis of
The New York Times
praised the optis quality, character development, worldbuilding, and called the bioskop “unfailingly touching.”[30]
Justin Chang of the
Los Angeles Times
praised the visuals and story, writing “It’s a tale as old as time and as newfangled as TikTok, in which the virtual world, though packed with fantasy and artifice, can bring startling truths to the surface.”[31]

Accolades

[edit]

The film has received five Annie Award nominations, including one for Best Independent Animated Feature. Its total makes it the most nominations for a Japanese anime film ever at the awards, surpassing previous films
Spirited Away,
Millennium Actress
(both 2001), and
Weathering with You
(2019) with four.

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[edit]


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External links

[edit]


  • Official website

    (in Japanese)
  • Belle
    at Anime News Network’s encyclopedia
  • Belle
    at IMDb



Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belle_(2021_film)




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