Giovanni's Island is as powerful as it is predictable. It may be one of the few films to focus on the Kuril Islands, but its tale will prove immediately familiar to anyone acquainted with cinema's typical treatments of war-torn children.
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Plot Summary: Naoka’s life isn’t going so well. She was turned down by the prestigious high school that she wanted to attend and she feels like nothing is going right for her. To try and cheer herself up, she starts going to the aquarium where she finds beauty, serenity…and romance.
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Number of pages: 200
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|Aquarium [2nd Edition] (GN) 2008-04-01 (from $3.99)|
Story & Art: Tomoko Taniguchi
Alternate Cover Art: Colleen Doran (first edition)
Editing: Chris Couch (first edition)
Introduction: Lea Hernandez (first edition)
Print Production Manager: Mike Lackey (second edition)
Project Manager: Frank Pannone (second edition)
Publisher: John O'Donnell
Retouch & Lettering: Ray Fehrenbach
VP of Production: Stephanie Shalofsky
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