Picking your favorite Studio Ghibli movie is like trying to eat a single potato chip: You can't stop at just one. Even so, for nostalgic anime lovers, the 1988 Ghibli movie My Neighbor Totoro ranks as one of the Hayao Miyazaki's best efforts, and it's not hard to see why.
The beautifully animated film flaunts an adventurous, childlike attitude, and showcases a range of extraordinarily imaginative creatures. No matter who the viewer is, everyone can identify with the protagonists' desire to find a magical world hidden in their neighborhood.
While the film is unarguably beloved, far fewer fans know about the sequel to My Neighbor Totoro. Titled Mei and the Kittenbus, the film is actually surprisingly hard to come by; anyone who wants to see it will have to start looking for a plane ticket to Japan.
'Mei And The Kittenbus' Is Only Screened At The Ghibli Museum In Japan
News Of The Sequel Blew Up On Social Media
It's Unlikely That The Film Will Ever Be Widely Released
The Film Features The Totoro Voice Actor's Final Performance
The Sequel Puts A Horrific Fan Theory To Rest