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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Suzu, a teenager living with her father in a small town in the mountains. In virtual world called "U", Suzu is Belle, a musical icon.

Cast

  • Kaho Nakamura
  • Ryô Narita
  • Shôta Sometani
  • Tina Tamashiro
  • Lilas Ikuta
  • Toshiyuki Morikawa
  • Kenjiro Tsuda
  • Mami Koyama
  • Mamoru Miyano
  • Ryoko Moriyama

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Metacritic

90
Jul 16, 2021

Perhaps the most ambitious film to date by Japanese animator Mamoru Hosoda.

Metacritic review by Deborah Young
Deborah Young
The Hollywood Reporter
80
Jul 16, 2021

At first, it appears that Hosoda merely wants to remake Beauty And The Beast, but there are surprises in store that shouldn’t be spoiled. Let it be said, however, that what makes Belle affecting in its later stretches is Hosoda’s subversion of that fairy tale’s narrative — in particular, its notion of true beauty and the reasons why the Beast has grown so withdrawn and distrustful.

Tim Grierson
Screen Daily
100
Jul 16, 2021

Mamoru Hosoda’s cyber fairy-tale is basically wall-to-wall bangers, all backdropped by virtual worlds that wash over you in waves of world-building so detailed and epic, they’d make William Gibson’s eyes pop.

Phil de Semlyen
Time Out