Directed by Mitsuyo SEO in 1944, in the middle of World War II, Momotaro, le divin soldat de la mer has been adapted from a Japanese folk tale. The main character, Momotaro, is depicted as a hero of the Japanese army, fighting the allies. Despite the context, its qualities of animation make it a major work in this genre, which influenced generations of animators, from Osamu TEZUKA to Hayao MIYAZAKI.
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