Mai Mai Miracle (movie)

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© 2009 Nobuko Takagi/MAGAZINE HOUSE/"MAIMAISHINKO" film committee


Alternative title:
Mai Mai Shinko and the Millennium-Old Magic
Mai Mai Shinko to Sennen no Mahō (Japanese)
マイマイ新子と千年の魔法 (Japanese)
新子與千年魔法 (Chinese (Taiwan))
Genres: drama, magic
Plot Summary: Ten years after the end of the Second World War, in a backwater rural town which used to be a major regional capital in Feudal Japan, Shinko, a girl with an active imagination who daydreams about the town as it appeared a millennium prior, befriends Nagiko, a shy girl from Tokyo whose father relocated to the town to become a doctor for a factory. The film follows their day to day lives as they take care of a goldfish in a makeshift pond, fantasize about a cloistered and lonely young princess who moved to the town in the Feudal Era, and help a boy cope with a family tragedy.
User Ratings: 84 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 12 votes (sub:10, others:2
1 Spanish subtitled
1 German dubbed
)
 Excellent: 19 votes (sub:16, raw:1, ?:1, others:1
1 German subtitled
)
 Very good: 20 votes (sub:18, dub:1, ?:1)
 Good: 22 votes (sub:15, raw:1, dub:1, ?:1, others:4
2 German dubbed
1 Spanish subtitled
1 French subtitled
)
 Decent: 7 votes (sub:5, others:2
1 German dubbed
1 Spanish subtitled
)
 So-so: 2 votes (sub:2)
 Not really good: -
 Weak: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Bad: -
 Awful: -
 Worst ever: 1 vote (sub:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 112 users, rank: #3327 (of 5998)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 7.857 (Very good), std. dev.: 1.6267, rank: #677 (of 5994)
Weighted mean: 7.788 (Very good−), rank: #671 (of 5994) (seen all: 7.79)
Bayesian estimate: 7.756 (Very good−), rank: #505 (of 4546)
Running time: 95 minutes
Vintage:
2009-08-15
2011-02-27 (Mexico - OnceTv)
Premiere date:
2009-08-15 (Switzerland, Film Festival Locarno 2009)
2009-11-21 (Japan)
2010-01-29 (Italy - Future Film Festival)
2010-04-01 (Taiwan, Taiwan International Children's Film Festival)
2010-06-20 (UK, Edinburgh International Film Festival)
2010-07-10 (Canada, Festival International de Films - Fantasia 2010)
2010-07-23 (Australia, Melbourne Film Festival)
2010-12-03 (Lithuania, Anime Days OTAKA Film Festival)
Release dates: We have 1
Ending Theme:
"kodomo no sekai" (こどものせかい) by Kotoringo
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Sunao Katabuchi
Screenplay: Sunao Katabuchi
Storyboard:
Chie Uratani
Fumie Muroi
Kunio Katsuki
Sunao Katabuchi (Storyboard Direction)
Unit Director:
Fumie Muroi
Kunio Katsuki
Original story: Nobuko Takagi
Character Design: Shigeto Tsuji
Art Director: Shinichi Uehara
Chief Animation Director: Shigeto Tsuji
Animation Director:
Chie Uratani
Kazutaka Ozaki
Director of Photography: Yukihiro Masumoto

Color design: Ken Hashimoto
Editing: Kashiko Kimura
In-Between Animation:
Ai Yukimura (Madhouse Studios)
Eun Mi Choi
Jin Ju Ko
Kasumi Hara
Megumi Tonegawa (Madhouse Studios)
Sakiko Watanabe (Madhouse Studios)
Sun Hye Kim
Young Hee Jung
In-Between Check Chief: Akiko Ohshima
Music Composition:
Minako Obata
Shusei Murai
Production manager: Masayo Orimoto
Theme Song Performance: Kotoringo
Mayuko Fukuda as Shinko Aoki
Nako Mizusawa as Kiiko Shimazu

Ei Morisako as Princess Nagiko / Sei Shonagon
Keiichi Noda as Koutarou Aoki(Shinko's grandfather)
Manami Honjou as Nagako Aoki(Shinko's mother)
Tamaki Matsumoto as Mitsuko Aoki(Shinko's sister)

Eiji Takemoto as Tousuke Aoki(Shinko's father)
Jenya as Actress

Japanese companies
English staff
English companies
Translation Assistance: Dan Kanemitsu
Distributor: GKids (New York International Children's Film Festival)
Recording Studio: NYAV Post
English cast
(none)
French cast
French staff
ADR Director: Jacques Albaret
Translation: Yukio Reuter

Adaptation: Eric Lajoie
Lucille Boudonnat as Kiiko Shimazu
Nathalie Bienaime as Shinko Aoki

Frederic Popovic as Moustache
Gabrielle Jeru as Mitsuko Aoki
Jacques Albaret as Grand-père de Shinko
Jean-Marc Montalto as Docteur Shimazu
Marie Diot as Mère de Shinko
Rémi Caillebot as Tatsuyoshi
Susan Sindberg as Grand-mère de Shinko

French companies
Distributor: Kaze
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director: Francisco Reséndez
Translation: Francisco Reséndez
Producer: Marisol Garnica

Adaptation: Francisco Reséndez
Casting: Marisol Garnica
Executive Director: Omar Tovar
Public Relations: Analía Albarenque
Sound Engineer: Lázaro Rodríguez
Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
HBO Latin America (2013-12-28)
OnceTV (Mexico)
Dubbing Studio: Central Entertainment
German staff
German cast
Translation: Nina Olligschläger
Berfin-Rana Caska as Shinko Aoki
Johanna Hintze as Kiiko Shimazu

Amadeus Siegel as Shiro
Andrea Solter as Blond Woman
Antje von der Ahe as Hizuru
Beate Gerlach as Hatsue
Bert Franzke as Tatara
David-Jan Weyl as Ippei
Gundi Eberhard as Nagako
Kai Gies as Shigeru
Lutz Schnell as Gangsterboss
Marco Eßer as Hitoshi
Michael Iwannek as Tosuke
Patrick Baehr as Tatsuyoshi
Sebastian Fitzner as Mitsuro
Soraya-Antoinette Richter as Nagako Aoki
Uli Krohm as Kotaro
Valentina Bonalana as Mitsuko
German companies
Distributor: Universum-Films
Chinese (Taiwan) staff
Chinese (Taiwan) companies
(none)
Licensed by: Mighty Media Co., Ltd.
Chinese (Taiwan) cast
(none)
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