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Shizuku


Alternative Titles

English: The Drop
Synonyms: Drop
Japanese: しずく

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 1, 1965
Producers: Mushi Production
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: None found, add some
Source: Original
Genres: Comedy
Duration: 4 min.
Rating: PG - Children

Statistics

Score: 5.881 (scored by 972 users)
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Ranked: #70942
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #6501
Members: 1,564
Favorites: 0

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Preliminary
Mar 27, 2017
snapler (All reviews)
Rate a 4
English Subtitles (no spoken vocals)
art piece

Story
Simple. A problematic situation looking to stay 'afloat' (inside joke). Not realistic but cartoonist.

Art
It was okay. Animations were good. There was color. Could have used some more coloring.

Sound
No animations noises. No voice.

Character
Nothing. The main character could be a president or he could be a hobo you don't know. Also how and why has also been left out. Showing it was pro laughs and hardly cared on plot.

Enjoyment: This type of antics remind me of tom and Jerry. But this a solo act not a duo. Had the punch line been a little more improved i would read more
Feb 8, 2011
Moon_River (All reviews)
Early animation in America started with Looney Toons and Disney. Disney had a series of early silent cartoons set to music where mickey mouse was a captain of a steam boat. This anime is exactly like that. Every form of animation has it's start, so this film is great to learn how vast different current anime is today. Just like comparing early Disney films to current ones.

The anime's story may seem odd to some but it is in fact an abstract film. Simply meaning it has no dialogue and relys on imagery alone for the plot. It depicts what read more