Oblivion Island. Haruka and the Magic Mirror (Hottarake no Shima: Haruka to Maho no Kagami)

de Shinsuke Sato


If you ever asked yourself where the treasures from your childhood wind up, it would be a good idea to follow the steps of young Haruka, because she is about to discover the secret on an unexpected trip. None other than to the island of forgotten memories, a world that’s invisible to humans and built over those objects we would eventually put aside as we grew up. Warm and intimate, the first animated feature from Japanese filmmaker Shinsuke Sato is a three dimensional feast that appeals to both children and grownups alike where adventures succeed each other at a dizzy pace.


Shinsuke Sato

Born in Hiroshima, he studied Art at Musashino University. His filmography includes hits like the two parts of Gantz (11), I am a Hero (16) and Death Note. Light up the New World (16).

Technical information

Edition: 2009
Section: SE - Anima't nens
Original language: Japanese