Wolf Children review

Japanese Wolf Children from 2012 may seem like a cartoon but this two-hour long animated movie deals with pretty adult themes.

It centers around mother who raises her two children in a remote house under the mountain and in the absence of their father. She’s doing everything in her power to learn new things and how to provide for her children despite their secrets which can make their life a lot more tougher if the world finds out about it.

I have really enjoyed the movie, also because the animation was really well made. It looked almost real, it did a good job mimicking the real world, especially nature movement.

It’s one of these movies that are excellent but completely overlooked. If you don’t know what I mean, just watch it first and than go to IMDb and note its score and number of votes.