That's sort of what happens in the movie too. The dreams are actually body swapping experiences with a real person who happens to be separated by 3 years, which the characters gradually realize. The guy from 3 years in the future tries to save the people of a town from being destroyed by a comet that will strike that town later that evening. That's just a minor spoiler for Kimi no Na wa. (Your Name).in reality dreams happen for the soul in the other world...
and what happens there can be related to real things.
I never watched any anime until I was in my 60's, so when I viewed the Ghibli films, I saw them from an adult perspective. I suspect that is quite a different experience from seeing them as a youth. The film "Grave of the Fireflies" is not for kids at all. "Kiki's Delivery Service" has something to say about the disillusionment of working a job - a common adult problem. In "Only Yesterday", a 27 year old adult reminisces about her childhood, but is definitely from the perspective of an adult coming to terms with her past.I used to watch anime in the 90s... but I don't anymore. There was the ghost in the shell: innocence which was well done, and there was Studio Ghibli...all their children's stuff.
Good. I hope you like it. As for God and the past, to God there is no past, present, or future, since He is outside of time and sees it all at once. If God changed the past, we would never know, because to our memory, it would be the way things always were. Therefore awareness of the change would not be possible for us.I think it has possibility… in relation to what God will do in restoring eden.
the second law of this matrix prevents it seemingly… necessary in a domed/enclosed system. energy dissipates in a linear fashion here, something carnap discussed as the amount of energy needed to reverse a process given an entropy.…. But God’s not bound by that system.
anyway. i think i can find your movie suggestion or will try to.
Grave of the Fireflies is the story of an orphaned brother and a little sister during the final stages of World War II in Japan as it was being bombed. Both children die from neglect and starvation. It is real downer, but beautiful in a melancholy way. It is one film that I'm glad I watched it once, but I have no desire to watch it again, unlike many of the other Ghibli films.Never heard of grave of the fireflies.