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The review of the animated film Tokyo Godfathers directed by Satoshi Kon with the voices of Angelo Nicotra (Gin), Letizia Scifoni (Miyuki), Sergio di Stefano (Hana), Eleonora de Angelis (Sakiko).

Three homeless people from Tokyo, Gin, an alcoholic who has lost family and job, Hana, a transgender, and Miyuki, a girl who has fled the house, find an abandoned baby girl on Christmas night. Gin and Miyuki would like to go to the police, but Hana insists on keeping the baby, and all three together will start wandering around Tokyo and the surrounding area, between Christmas and New Year, to find the baby's real mother, among yakuza gangs, immigrants, depression of the inhabitants under the holidays, also reckoning with their past that led them, albeit from different premises, to choose the road.

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Three homeless people from Tokyo, Gin, an alcoholic who has lost family and job, Hana, a transgender, and Miyuki, a girl who has fled the house, find an abandoned baby girl on Christmas night. Gin and Miyuki would like to go to the police, but Hana insists on keeping the baby, and all three together will start wandering around Tokyo and the surrounding area, between Christmas and New Year, to find the baby's real mother, among yakuza gangs, immigrants, depression of the inhabitants under the holidays, also reckoning with their past that led them, albeit from different premises, to choose the road.
Tokyo Godfathers: review of the animated film

Satoshi Kon, a Japanese director who passed away recently at the age of 47, cut short by an incurable evil, preferred in his animated works to mix reality and fantasy, dreamlike atmospheres and changes in temporal perspective, with very intriguing results.

Here, instead, he chooses to tell an urban Christmas fairy tale, not forgetting a cross-section that is also very raw and hard of reality, managing to create what can be considered his most successful film if not his masterpiece, without imaginative smudges but managing to tell precisely one modern fairy tale with tones that can evoke both Frank Capra and Vittorio De Sica.

You can bother the classic western In the name of God by John Ford with John Wayne, who presented a similar story, but Tokyo Godfathers also wants to cast a disenchanted look on contemporary Japan, consumerist and who wants to hide uncomfortable realities, a topic that is practically never treated in manga and anime that prefer to take refuge in parallel, sometimes even non-idyllic realities (just think of Akira's future Tokyo by Katsuhiro Otomo and the world destroyed by the atomic war of Ken the warrior of Tetsuo Hara and Buronson), but which is unlikely questions about today's Japanese society.

With the three anti-heroes of this story, a rebellious teenager who ran away from home, in a society in which we instead close ourselves at home if we do not accept the world outside, a transgender in a world where transsexualism and transvestism is welcome just in the manga, and an alcoholic who has lost everything, not only a Japanese drama, we discover today's Japan, in which western and oriental suggestions coexist, in which the yakuza has an increasingly greater power, in which there are more and more immigrant inhabitants who are not considered while producing wealth and providing services, and where above all we forget the excluded local, the homeless, totally invisible in the investigations and now massively present also in the Japanese streets as well as in London, Paris, New York or Milan , where, however, there are plans for them and even a little more consideration.

The new poverties are therefore an important topic in a film that wants to be a moral but not a moralistic fairy tale, where in the end, among a thousand adventures, you can try again to find yourself and your own path, no longer on the road, for the three anti-heroes of this urban epic, ultimately looking for themselves and a new sense to give to their life.

In Italy Tokyo Godfathers had a limited diffusion in the cinema, before reaching the home video market, not even this time being able to overcome the stereotypes that see Japanese animation as commercial, cheap, not very interesting for the contents and that are not it deserves to be released in the theaters of the latest Disney, perhaps done entirely in three-dimensional on the computer.

Both for those who follow manga and anime and know that they are not only commercial and cheesy, and for those who want to look for new ways to tell real stories in the face of a flattening of overseas animation cinema towards there yes the sale of the the latest Happy Meal and the latest video game on the Playstation, Tokyo Godfathers is undoubtedly a film to be discovered and rediscovered, which demonstrates how animation is and must be only a genre for children's stories, but a means of telling stories to all round.


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