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Makoto Shinkai wants Suzume to build a bridge of memory between generations

A bespectacled man in a black suit with a steel gray shirt and tie holding up a wooden chair.
Makoto Shinkai attends the Los Angeles red carpet premiere of Suzume.  | Photo by Victoria Sirakova / Getty Images

Suzume director Makoto Shinkai sees his latest film as an invitation to young theatergoers to build relationships with the past.

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