Here’s a link to my latest post on Beneath the Tangles. Enjoy!
Still having computer problems, but your humble blogger shall attempt to bypass them through using his newly acquired Kindle Fire. (A very cheap $50 for what it does.) Blogging on this shall prove less vexatious than using a cell phone and will suffice for the time being.
At any rate, I have decided on Windaria to be my first movie of the series. This fantasy displays some great animation and offers the audience a poignantly tragic anti-war tale; though, considering how many mistakes were completely avoidable and unnecessary, I don’t think that they carried their point. Our story begins with Izu and his wife, Marin, selling their vegetables in the capital city of Itha. While in town, a saboteur attempts to flood this city by opening the dikes. (Itha is very reminiscent of Holland with its dikes and windmills.) Izu thwarts this plan, but receives scant recognition at the court of Itha for saving their capital, which will lead to Izu’s easily being taken into Paro’s, the enemy country’s, service. The court learns from the captured saboteur that Paro employed him, and they begin to take measures for their defense.