A Queer Vietnamese-Houstonian-New Yorker Writer musing about the arts and absurdities when not screenwriting or playwrighting

MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER Is Chock-Full of Studio Ghibli Fairy Dust

Adapted from The Little Broomstick by Mary Stewart, Mary and the Witch’s Flower dives straight into a fiery bang and crackle of urgency in the midst of a red-haired, broomstick-riding witch’s heist, her motive unexplained as the action unfurls. The skirmish throws her flight off balance and her stolen goods (glittering seeds) drop into the forest, from which tree bursts instantaneously into existence.

Read more of my review on Vague Visages.


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