When Chihiro and her parents reach their car at the end of the film what do they find?
On the way to their new home, Chihiro’s father makes a wrong turn and drives down a lonely one-lane road which dead-ends in front of a tunnel. Her parents decide to stop the car and explore the area. They go through the tunnel and find an abandoned amusement park on the other side, with its own little town.
Is there a part 2 to Spirited Away?
There are also no official reports that say a sequel is being planned. For now, let’s just rewatch Spirited Away as much as we can and continue to wish that one day, Chihiro and Haku will reunite.
Why does Haku turn into a dragon?
Asian Dragon Physiology: Due to Haku being a Japanese river spirit, he has thepower to take on the form of an Asian dragon, and was shown to be able to fly in this state.
Why can’t Haku return home?
Why can’t Haku return home? His river was paved over. How does Sen heal Haku and No-Face? By feeding them magic cake that makes them vomit.
What is the song at the end of Spirited Away?
Always With Me (いつも何度でも, itsumo nando demo) is the ending theme song of the Spirited Away Movie, performed by Youmi Kimura. The score is written by Wakako Kaku.
Did you know Disney changed the ending of Spirited Away?
While Spirited Away fans celebrate its 20th anniversary, some may not know the big change Disney made to the ending of its version. Studio Ghibli fans worldwide have been celebrating the 20th anniversary of Hayao Miyazaki’s masterpiece, and Academy Award-winning feature, Spirited Away .
What happened at the end of’Spirited Away’?
However, the biggest change Disney made to its version happens at the very end of the film, one that even some longtime fans may not be aware of it. As Chihiro exits the spirit world and reunites with her parents at the end of the American edition of Spirited Away, her father Axio tells her, “A new school and a new home, it is a bit scary . . .”
Is spirited away a Ghibli movie?
For most North American fans, Spirited Away was the movie that introduced them to the world of Ghibli because Walt Disney Pictures released it on home video in 2003. Then-Pixar head John Lasseter, a huge fan and friend of Miyazaki for years, persuaded Disney to pick up the North American distribution rights.