You wouldn’t be fallacious when you mentioned watching Journey Oregon’s new 90-second tourism business introduced again the sensation of watching “Spirited Away,” “My Neighbor Totoro,” or some other legendary Studio Ghibli function. The commercial, titled “Solely Barely Exaggerated,” is an eye-popping show of animation that has the form of limitless creativeness that defines the works of Hayao Miyazaki.
Whereas the business doesn’t embrace any direct references to Ghibli’s filmography, a lot of the advert feels impressed by the studio’s nice works. As Leisure Weekly already identified, the woodland setting remembers the spirit forest in “Princess Monokoe,” whereas each a strolling animated caterpillar and the sight of two kids driving an enormous rabbit remembers the enduring Catbus from “My Neighbor Totoro.”
“Solely Barely Exaggerated” is written and produced by Wieden + Kennedy, animated by Psyop & Solar Creatures Studio, and scored by Oregon Symphony.