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TEACHER: Jiro, here it is.
YOUNG JIRO: Would it be all right I borrow it?
It's not in Japanese.
YOUNG JIRO: That's okay, I have a dictionary.
TEACHER: All right then, give it a try.
YOUNG JIRO: Thank you.
YOUNG JIRO: Knock it off.
KATAYAMA: Stay out of it, Jiro!
YOUNG JIRO: Go home. Now!
BOYS: Jiro... Jiro... Jiro...
YOUNG JIRO: He's half your size, Katayama.
JIRO'S MOTHER: Ahh... you look quite the hero.
YOUNG JIRO: No, I just slipped and fell.
JIRO'S MOTHER: Fighting is never justified.
YOUNG JIRO: Yes, Mother.
JIRO'S MOTHER: All right now, you can go have your snack.
YOUNG JIRO: Thanks!
YOUNG KAYO: Jiro, you're home!
JIRO'S MOTHER: Welcome home.
YOUNG KAYO: Oh, Jiro! now we can pick some bamboo grass! Jiro! Wait! Where are you going? You promised to pick bamboo grass today.
YOUNG JIRO: I've got homework.
What kind of homework is that?
YOUNG JIRO: It's an English magazine.
YOUNG KAYO: Oh, look at his stupid mustache.
YOUNG JIRO: He's a very famous Italian aircraft designer. His name is Caproni. Wow, it says he's a count.
YOUNG KAYO: What happened? Your face is scratched.
YOUNG JIRO: Leave it alone, Kayo.
YOUNG KAYO: You should put iodine on it. I'll do it for you.
YOUNG JIRO: Would you cut it out!
YOUNG KAYO: What are you doing up here?
YOUNG JIRO: You're not supposed to be up here.
YOUNG KAYO: Where are your glasses?
YOUNG JIRO: I heard you can fix your eyesight by focusing very intently on the stars. Mom will be mad if you're not in your bed.
YOUNG KAYO: A shooting star! Ooh. There's another one. Ahh, they're pretty. Oh! Look at that one. Wow. There are so many of them.
CAPRONI: Hey, who are you?
YOUNG JIRO: I'm a Japanese boy.
CAPRONI: A Japanese boy? Why are you here?
YOUNG JIRO: I'm dreaming. I think this is my dream.
CAPRONI: A dream. This is my dream, you know.
YOUNG JIRO: I think it's mine too.
CAPRONI: Your dream? Listen,
Japanese boy so you think we are sharing this dream?
YOUNG JIRO: I hope so. You are Count Caproni, aren't you? I've been reading all about you.
CAPRONI: Interesting. Yes, this is a dream. This world's a dream. Welcome to my kingdom.
YOUNG JIRO: I'm honored.
CAPRONI: Look at them. They will bomb an enemy city. Most of them will never return. Well, it will all be over soon. Come on up, Japanese boy. This is my true dream. When the war is over, I will build this. What do you think? Magnificent, isn't she? Let's take off. Instead of bombs, she'll carry passengers!
I find dreams are a good way to see my designs.
I can go anywhere! Come on, walk along the spar, Japanese boy. Look at that!
YOUNG JIRO: Ooh!
CAPRONI: She is beautiful, yes?
YOUNG JIRO: Yes, incredible.
CAPRONI: She will carry a hundred people across the Atlantic. Both ways.
YOUNG JIRO: Mr. Caproni? May I ask you a question? I know I can't be a pilot, because of my eyesight. If I'm not a pilot, can I still design airplanes?
CAPRONI: Japanese boy. I've been around planes all my life. Do you know how many I've flown? None! Not a one! Many can fly airplanes, but I design them! I create airplanes!
And so can you an aeronautical engineer!
YOUNG JIRO: Yes!
CAPRONI: But remember this, Japanese boy. Airplanes are not tools for war. They are not for making money.
Airplanes are beautiful dreams.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Excuse me, miss, please take my seat. Pardon me, sir. I insist.
YOUNG NAOKO: The wind feels wonderful.
KINU: Miss, you'll lose your hat.
YOUNG NAOKO: I got it.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Hold on! Are you all right?
YOUNG NAOKO: Safe!
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Nice catch. You speak French?
YOUNG NAOKO: Le vent se lève. It's a French poem.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Il faut tenter de vivre. The wind is rising! We must try to live.
Characters with description, picture, actor (actress) voice and quotes
Satomi, Naoko's father (William H. Macy) "A nice young man. Don't worry. He's staying at our hotel. You'll have a chance to say thank you."
Mrs. Kurokawa (Jennifer Grey) "I bring to you a lovely maiden who had come from the mountains to be with her beloved"
Hattori, manager at Mitsubishi company, Jiro's boss (Mandy Patinkin) "Wonderful. Just look at her. A true Japanese fighter."
Castorp, a mysterious German visitor encountered by Jiro in Karuizawa (Werner Herzog) "This is the magic mountain. It cures everyone."
Jiro's mother (Edie Mirman) "Fighting is never justified" "That does sound like a good dream"
Young Kayo (Eva Bella) "A shooting star! There are so many of them."
Young Jiro (Zach Callison) "I'm going to make beautiful airplanes"
Young Naoko (Madeleine Rose Yen) "The wind feels wonderful"
The Wind Rises Video Quotes
You can watch all the video quotes with pictures: Always the same lunch Work goes here Regroup for Falcon Two This technology belongs I wanted to say thank you A good place to forget Summer love is seasonal Just be able to catch We have plenty of room Give me your hand
Main crewOriginal story and screenplay written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki; produced by Toshio Suzuki; film theme song by Yumi Arai; music by Joe Hisaishi; art direction by Yôji Takeshige; adaptation english version by Mike Jones.
TriviaThe final film directed by Miyazaki before his retirement in September 2013, The Wind Rises was a tribute to Jiro Horikoshi (was the chief engineer of many Japanese fighter designs of World War II, including the Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighter) and Tatsuo Hori (was a Japanese aircraft designer who worked for Mitsubishi and designed aircraft used in World War II such as the Mitsubishi G3M and the G4M). Although the film follows the progression of his aircraft designs, the details of Jiro Horikoshi personal life are completely fictitious (for example, he had an older brother, not a younger sister, and his wife did not have tuberculosis). These additional plot elements were adapted by Miyazaki from Hori Tatsuo's 1937 novel The Wind Has Risen.
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The Wind Rises (2013)
2 you don't see that every day
3 design for the wing strut fitting
4 need their technology after all
5 think I remember you were
6 here's an idea for you
7 a new way to cut drag
8 she flies like a dream