Really sad news. Very few directors alive today have a filmography as rich as Miyazaki's. I really hope his last film ends up being something really special.
Sep 3 - 12:46 PM
He's not really retiring, it's really the studio that said that! As far as the article goes, he's still continuing to doing projects!
Sep 3 - 01:04 PM
Retiring is bad; leads to an increased risk of heart-attack. At least he can consult other directors on their projects.
Sep 3 - 04:51 PM
acclaimed director Krzysztof Kie?lowski said he wanted to "sit in a room and smoke" after he finished his films and died of a heart attack a week after filming completed on RED.
Sep 3 - 04:53 PM
Can't you go jump into an open sewer or something?
Sep 4 - 01:06 PM
Though I'd grieve over his departure, he's "quit" more times than Star Trek movies tried to. The Miyazaki Rises again.
Sep 4 - 11:28 AM
The man is 72, I think this time is for real.
Sep 4 - 01:07 PM
Sad to see him go, but I guess he has more than earned it.
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