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The Inspiration Behind Hayao Miyazaki's Animations
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Hayao Miyazaki's fieldwork in Switzerland and Eastern Europe inspired the aesthetic and way of life in his films, including Mononoke, which emphasizes the moral complexity of human interaction with nature.

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