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Please view the main text area of the page by skipping the main menu. The page may not be displayed properly if the JavaScript is deactivated on your browser. TOKYO -- Developments in the field of artificial intelligence AI are changing the romantic landscape, prompting some to choose "marriage" with virtual partners over real ones. Can AI solve loneliness and loss, or even become the object of love? We visited one man to find out.

You can watch almost every Studio Ghibli movie on HBO Max. But where to start?

The best order to watch Studio Ghibli movies on HBO Max - Los Angeles Times

We use cookies and other tracking technologies to improve your browsing experience on our site, show personalized content and targeted ads, analyze site traffic, and understand where our audiences come from. To learn more or opt-out, read our Cookie Policy. May is Studio Ghibli Week at Polygon. Follow along via our Ghibli Week page. Split into four segments that each run just under an hour, the documentary series is directed by Kaku Arakawa, who gained access to the director and Studio Ghibli under the condition that only one person Arakawa himself would be allowed to film and conduct interviews.

Hayao Miyazaki

In a bonus edition, we rank all the animated films — from Spirited Away to Ponyo — by the revered Japanese studio, most of which will be available on Netflix from February. Set against the rising Italian fascist regime, this chirpy animation has an oddly noticeable gangster-film influence. After absconding from the RAF, Porco Rosso transforms back into a human, literally and metaphorically.
The occasion for the list is a new, handsomely packaged edition of nearly all the Ghibli films by the distributor Gkids. A family takes a wrong turn on its way to a new home and a young girl is plunged into a dark adventure with a hauntingly drawn collection of spirits, witches, monsters and other fantastic creatures. The sisters Satsuki and Mei move into a ramshackle country cottage while their mother convalesces at a nearby hospital, and they overcome their fears with the help of some possibly imaginary new friends, including a slyly grinning cat that doubles as a bus and the huge, furry, unflappable Totoro.