While I’m not the most well versed Studio Ghibli fan at Flixist, even someone with little knowledge like myself can’t deny how beautiful their films are. Based on the book by Joan G. Robinson, and handled by The Secret World of Arriety director Yonebashi Hiromasa, When Marnie Was There is all about a young, adopted girl named Anna who meets a girl named Marnie who turns out to be more than she seems (she’s probably a ghost).
I’m sure this’ll be great like all the others. It looks pretty so far, but we don’t have much else to go on. You can find the poster and images in the gallery. When Marnie Was There hits Japanese theaters this Summer.[Twitter, via /Film]