The Wind Rises (movie)

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[ adapted from Kaze Tachinu (manga) ]

Alternative title:
Det blåser upp en wind (Swedish) 
El viento se levanta (Spanish) 
Kaze Tachinu (Japanese) 
Le vent se lève (French) 
Vidas ao Vento (Portuguese) 
Ветер крепчает (Russian) 
風立ちぬ (Japanese) 
風起 (Chinese (Taiwan)) 
Genres: drama , romance 
Themes: historical , World War II 
Plot Summary: Inspired by the aesthetics of design and the freedom of flying, Jiro Horikoshi pursues a life dedicated to the creation of a beautiful aircraft. He labors from his childhood, filled with dreams of engineering, to adulthood as he creates an elegant, flightworthy plane—the Mitsubishi A6M Zero—that eventually is used for something quite different than he expected: war. 
User Ratings: 173 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 33 votes (sub:17, dub:13, raw:2, others:1
1 Spanish subtitled
)
 Excellent: 59 votes (sub:33, dub:19, raw:1, others:6
1 Spanish dubbed
1 Swedish subtitled
1 French subtitled
1 Finnish subtitled
1 Russian subtitled
1 Russian dubbed
)
 Very good: 43 votes (sub:23, dub:12, ?:1, others:7
2 Spanish subtitled
1 Swedish subtitled
1 German dubbed
1 Russian subtitled
1 Spanish dubbed
1 Russian dubbed
)
 Good: 20 votes (dub:8, sub:7, raw:3, others:2
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 Finnish subtitled
)
 Decent: 12 votes (sub:8, dub:3, others:1
1 Portuguese subtitled
)
 So-so: 4 votes (dub:2, sub:1, raw:1)
 Not really good: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Weak: -
 Bad: -
 Awful: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Worst ever: -
Seen in part or in whole by 223 users, rank: #2531 (of 6009)
Median rating: Excellent
Arithmetic mean: 8.335 (Very good+), std. dev.: 1.403, rank: #224 (of 6002)
Weighted mean: 8.284 (Very good+), rank: #214 (of 6002) (seen all: 8.28)
Bayesian estimate: 8.235 (Very good+), rank: #156 (of 4564)
Running time: 130 minutes 
Vintage: 2013-07-20
Premiere date:
2013-07-20 (Japan) 
2013-09-18 (Taiwan) 
2014-01-22 (France) 
2014-02-19 (Australia) 
2014-02-21 (USA, limited) 
2014-02-28 (USA) 
2014-03-20 (Singapore) 
2014-04-04 (Sweden) 
2014-04-17 (Mexico) 
2014-04-25 (Spain) 
Ending Theme:
"Hikōki Gumo" (ひこうき雲; "Contrail") by Yumi Matsutoya 
Insert song:
"Das gibt's nur einmal" by Hideaki Anno & Morio Kazama & Stephen Alpert 
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Artbook
    The Art of The Wind Rises (Artbook) 2014-04-08 (from $22.01)
Blu-Ray
    The Wind Rises (Blu-Ray) 2014-11-18 (from $25.89)
Blu-Ray (Region B)
    The Wind Rises [UK] (Blu-Ray + DVD) 2014-09-29
    Wind Rises [Collector's Edition] [UK] (Blu-Ray + DVD) 2014-09-29
DVD (Region 1)
    The Wind Rises (DVD) 2014-11-18 (from $21.99)
DVD (Region 2)
    The Wind Rises [UK] (DVD) 2014-09-29

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Hayao Miyazaki 
Screenplay: Hayao Miyazaki 
Music: Joe Hisaishi 
Original creator: Hayao Miyazaki 
Character Design: Kitaro Kousaka 
Art Director: Youji Takeshige 
Animation Director: Kitaro Kousaka 
Director of Photography: Atsushi Okui 
Executive producer: Koji Hoshino 
Producer: Toshio Suzuki 

Administrative Manager: Yuichiro Mochizuki 
Advertising Producer:
Akito Takahashi 
Tomoko Hosokawa 
Animation Check: Hitomi Tateno 
Assistant Unit Director:
Ryosuke Kiyokawa 
Shintarou Nakazawa 
Audio Director: Koji Kasamatsu 
Auditing: Hirotaka Nakao 
Casting Coordination:
Takashi Hayashi 
Takurou Okada 
Character Merchandise Development:
Koichi Asano 
Mika Yasuda 
Naomi Atsuta 
Tomomi Imai 
Color design: Michiyo Yasuda 
Color Management:
Toshiki Yura 
Wataru Matsumoto 
Color Setting Assistant:
Kazuko Karube 
Yukie Tamura 
Yūsei Kashima 
Data Conform: Naoto Hosonuma 
Data Management: Masashi Okoshi 
Digital Cinema Mastering:
Mizue Yamada 
Takashi Yano 
Editing: Takeshi Seyama 
Editing Assistant:
Hiromi Sasaki 
Rie Matsubara 
Financial Manager: Noriyoshi Tamagawa 
Financial Planning Office: Kazumi Inashiro 
Foley: Mika Yamaguchi 
Harmony: Noriko Takaya 
Insert Song Composition: Werner Richard Heymann ("Das gibt's nur einmal") 
Insert Song Lyrics: Robert Gilbert ("Das gibt's nur einmal") 
Lab Coordinator: Yuriko Sato 
Lab Manager: Kazunori Nagasawa 
Music Director: Joe Hisaishi 
Original Poem: Christina Rossetti ("Who Has Seen the Wind?") 
Overseas Promotion Manager:
Jeffrey Wexler 
Mikiko Takeda 
Paint Assistance: Kentaro Takahashi (T2 Studio) 
Paint Check: Misato Aida 
Photography Assistant:
Atsuko Okui (Assez Finaud Fabric) 
Kanae Ouchi (Assez Finaud Fabric) 
Piano Performance: Joe Hisaishi 
Poem Translation: Hana Saijo ("Kaze") 
Post-Production Director: Eriko Kimura 
Producer's Apprentice: Kazuo Kawakami 
Production Affairs Manager: Shinsuke Nonaka 
Production Committee:
Akio Kobayashi (Hakuhodo DY Media Partners) 
Akitoshi Maeda (Dentsu) 
Asako Hio (D-Rights) 
Ayako Dan (Walt Disney Japan) 
Daizo Suzuki (D-Rights) 
Hidetaka Kokubun (Walt Disney Japan) 
Hideyuki Takai (TOHO) 
Hikaru Onoda (TOHO) 
Hiroshi Watanabe (NTV) 
Jun Okabe (KDDI) 
Keiko Miyazaki (NTV) 
Kino Arai (D-Rights) 
Kinuko Yano (KDDI) 
Koichi Kawakami (KDDI) 
Kouji Kishimoto (Walt Disney Japan) 
Madoka Hosoya (Hakuhodo DY Media Partners) 
Makoto Takahashi (KDDI) 
Masami Takahashi (Walt Disney Japan) 
Masato Tachibana (Hakuhodo DY Media Partners) 
Mayumi Hirakata (NTV) 
Michio Yamamoto (Hakuhodo DY Media Partners) 
Minami Ichikawa (TOHO) 
Misato Kamei (Dentsu) 
Nana Kaneshima (NTV) 
Nao Ishii (Dentsu) 
Naohiro Kishi (KDDI) 
Naoki Iwasa (NTV) 
Naoto Hatakeyama (NTV) 
Paul Candland (Walt Disney Japan) 
Ryuichi Ikeda (Dentsu) 
San Kim (KDDI) 
Satoshi Chida (TOHO) 
Shingo Arai (KDDI) 
Shinpei Ise (TOHO) 
Shuichi Machida (Dentsu) 
Suzuko Fujimoto (NTV) 
Taichi Ueda (TOHO) 
Takahiro Hirato (KDDI) 
Takashi Suga (KDDI) 
Takayuki Tsukagoshi (Walt Disney Japan) 
Tomoko Jō (NTV) 
Tooru Itabashi (D-Rights) 
Toshihiro Komatsu (Hakuhodo DY Media Partners) 
Toshihiro Yamamoto (Dentsu) 
Toshio Oomori (Hakuhodo DY Media Partners) 
Toshitake Amemiya (KDDI) 
Toshiya Takasaki (D-Rights) 
Yoshikuni Murata (Hakuhodo DY Media Partners) 
Yoshinari Shimatani (TOHO) 
Yoshio Ohkubo (NTV) 
Yoshio Takada (Dentsu) 
Yukio Yamashita (Walt Disney Japan) 
Yutaka Ishikawa (Dentsu) 
Yuuko Muranaka (Walt Disney Japan) 
Production Desk: Yumiko Miyoshi 
Production manager: Tamaki Furushiro 
Programming:
Hayao Iwasawa 
Masafumi Inoue 
Publishing Manager: Chinami Tai 
Recording: Tsukuru Takagi 
Recording Assistant: Shuji Suzuki 
Recording engineer: Suminobu Hamada 
Sound Effects Assistant: Reiji Kitazato 
Sound Engineer: Koji Kasamatsu 
Special Effects: Keiko Itokawa 
Special Thanks To:
Nobuko Horikoshi 
Tadao Horikoshi 
Studio Assistant: Daisuke Yokoyama 
Studio Coordinator:
Chiaki Tachikawa 
Sadaaki Nishinoo 
Studio Engineer: Fusako Kitagawa 
Technical Support: Shuho Kikuchi 
Theme Song Composition: Yumi Matsutoya 
Theme Song Lyrics: Yumi Matsutoya 
Theme Song Performance: Yumi Matsutoya 
Trailer Production: Keiichi Itagaki 
Japanese companies
Animation Production: Studio Ghibli 
Digital Lab: Imagica 
Distributor: TOHO 
Dubbing Studio: TOHO Post Production Center 
Music Performance: Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra 
Music Production: Wonder City 
Paint Assistance: T2 Studio 
Photography Assistance: Assez Finaud Fabric 
Sound Effects Production: Digital Circus 
Special Thanks:
LAWSON 
The Yomiuri Shimbun 
Sponsoring: KDDI 
English cast
English staff
Director: Gary Rydstrom 
Producer: Frank Marshall 
Emily Blunt as Nahoko Satomi 
Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Jiro Horikoshi 

Jennifer Grey as Mrs. Kurokawa 
John Krasinski as Honjo 
Mandy Patinkin as Hattori 
Martin Short as Kurokawa 
Stanley Tucci as Caproni 
Werner Herzog as Castrop 
William H. Macy as Mr. Satomi 

Darren Criss as Katayama 
David Cowgill as Flight Engineer 
Elijah Wood as Sone 
Eva Bella as Young Kayo 
Madeleine Rose Yen as Young Nahoko 
Mae Whitman as
Kayo 
Kinu 
Ronan Farrow as Mitsubishi employee 
Zach Callison as Young Jiro 

English companies
Distributor:
Madman Entertainment (Australia & New Zealand) 
StudioCanal (UK & Ireland) 
French staff
French cast
Dubbing Director: Herve Rey 
Chloé Berthier as Nahoko Satomi 
Paolo Domingo as Jiro hirokoshi 

Adeline Chetail as Kayo Horikoshi 
Georges Claisse as Castorp 
Guillaume Lebon as Honjo 
Julien Kramer as Mr Kurokawa 
Juliette Degenne as Mme Kurokawa 
Michel Ruhl as Mr Hattori 
Patrick Bethune as Mr Satomi 
Philippe Catoire as Caproni 
French companies
(none)
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
ADR Director: Manuel Osto (Spain dub) 
Raúl Llorens as Jiro Horikoshi(Spain dub) 

Alberto Mieza as Mr. Kurokawa(Spain dub) 
Carles Canut as Castorp(Spain dub) 
Claudi Domingo as Kiro Honjo(Spain dub) 
Enric Isasi-Isasmendi as Mr. Hattori(Spain dub) 
Juan Carlos Gustems as Mr. Satomi(Spain dub) 
Ricky Coello as Giovanni Battista Caproni(Spain dub) 
Victoria Pagès as Mrs. Kurokawa(Spain dub) 

Andrés Arahuete as Jiro Horikoshi(Spain dub; child) 
Berta Cortés as Kayo Horikoshi(Spain dub) 
Victoria Vidal as Child(Spain dub) 

Carlos Vicente(Spain dub) 
Marta Dualde(Spain dub) 
Victoria Vidal(Spain dub) 
Spanish companies
Distributor:
Vértigo Films (Spain) 
Zima Entertainment (Mexico) 
Dubbing Studio: Sonoblok (Spain dub) 
Russian staff
Russian cast
ADR Director: Alexander Filchenko 
Translation: Dmitriy Kovalenin 

Boris Alekseev as Jirō Horikoshi 
Yekaterina Skufinskaya as Jiro Horikoshi 
Yelena Simanovich as Naoko Satomi 

Alexander Filchenko as Kurokawa 
Andrey Andreyev as Hattori 
Konstantin Afonin as Mr. Satomi 
Lyudmila Guskova as
Mrs. Horikoshi 
Mrs. Kurokawa 
Vasiliy Markov as Kiro Honjo 
Yuriy Ovchinnikov as Castrop 

Nikolay Shmargun as Giovanni Battista Caproni 
Yekaterina Astredinova as Kayo Horikoshi 
Russian companies
Distributor: All Media Company 
Recording Studio: Reanimedia 
Portuguese staff
Portuguese companies
(none)
Distributor: California Filmes (Brazil) 
Portuguese cast
(none)
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