This article was originally published on AnimeComplexium on December 8, 2015. Unfortunately, the website no longer exists and the original creator created a backup website to save the articles for contributors.
This was an analytical movie review about Song of the Sea and why the film was an example of why animation is a beautiful way for old and new oral traditional stories to be told. While this review is dated, please check out the original review on the backup website forAnimeComplexium.
While my name everywhere is ThatNerdyBoliviane, I am also known as Lizzie Visitante. Pronouns: They/Them. I identify as an Queer Quechua (Mestize) person.
This blog is mostly dedicated to my rambles on anime, manga and other interests. While I will mostly be gushing about my favorite canon and AU MOGAI couples, my main focus will be a critical intersectional analysis on race, ethnicity, class, gender, queerness, etc. on all things I like.
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