The world famous Japanese Director Hayao Miyazaki, Creator of animated films “spirited away”, “howl’s moving castle” and “My neighbor Totoro”, said that it would remove the last feature film in his career. About it reports The Hollywood Reporter.

The latest work 75-year multiplier was supposed to be the short film “Boro the Caterpillar,” which he shot in 3D CG for a Museum of anime Studio Ghibli in Tokyo. But Miyazaki, according to his confession, was dissatisfied with the project and now plans to turn the picture into a full-length cartoon.

In 2013, after the release of the animated film “the Wind rises” Miyazaki announced about the end of his career, but then returned to work.

Recall, the Director was awarded the “Oscar” in 2003 for the cartoon “spirited away,” which became the most profitable film in Japan.

Hayao Miyazaki has announced plans to remove the last animated feature in the career 15.11.2016

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