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“The Imaginary” comes from Studio Ponoc, a company established by Yoshiaki Nishimura, who was a producer at Studio Ghibli. It’s their first feature-length endeavor since 2017’s “Mary and the Witch’s Flower,” and they remain in a fantasy realm with the picture, which investigates a community of imaginary friends and their battles to understand their purpose, facing an evil presence determined to feast on them. Similarities to the recent “IF” are impossible to miss, but director Yoshiyuki Momose makes a more fanciful experience with “The Imaginary,” which aims for screen immersion with its offering of wild characters, fantasy environments, and exceptional animation. It’s not always a riveting study of heroes and villains, but the production aims for details with the effort, holding attention with a significant creative achievement that makes full use of the art form. Read the rest at


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