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  • Even though there isn't an actual movie sequel, how would Haku stay true to his promise and meet Chihiro again?  His river is mainly filled up, with apartments on top of it, and that is his connection to the human world.  Sure, he stopped being Yubaba's apprentice after Chihiro left and got his full name back, but how would he go see her again?  Is he allowed anywhere in the human world besides his (former) river?  And if they somehow met up with each other, would Chihiro's memories of everything come back (eventually)?

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    • Since he's free, he could probably go anywhere.

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    • We all hope for a sequel Spirited Away, however, sadly, since Hayao Miyazaki already retired, so any possiblitity to know their outcomes, maybe just through fan-made stories about them... 

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    • I know there isn't actually a sequel--I wrote that in the topic. I was just asking opinion questions that I would like answered, if there would be a "sequel". But there could be the (slightest) possibility for a sequel, since Miyazaki's son took over after his retirement, so his son might decide to tie up loose ends and cliffhangers for certain movies his dad made.

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    • The thing is, we can only speculate here, either there would be another sequel or not. Or if the son continuing the project or not. As for that, its up to our imagination whether those two met in human world or not.

      Well for me, I would love it if they can meet again. On how he's going to keep his promise to Chihiro, I love the romantic idea he probably visits Chihiro in her dreams.Then, when she wakes up, she recalls his face, and slowly remembering the previous events...

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    • I know we can only speculate, but other topics (not including mine) have been speculating on other opinion/imagination questions, such as how old Haku is, despite his appearance as around a "12-year old", since he's a wise immortal spirit.

      And I like your idea of those romantic dreams. But would he ever meet her again face-to-face?

      And would Haku experience the same problem in the human world, when not in his river, as Chihiro in the spirit world? Would he have the possibility of fading away there?

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    • HE HAS TO HE HAS TO BE ABLE TO MEET HE HAS TO 

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    • @Mistystar: HE WILL EAT FRUIT. THEN HE WILL STAY AND MEET WITH CHIHIRO HE HAS TO!! :DDD

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    • THERE HAS TO BE A SEQUEL!!!!!! :) HAKU LOOKS LIKE A GIRL (12 SRSLY) WAY TOO YOUNG FOR LOVE! XD ZENIBA AND KAMAJI HAVE NO IDEA WHEN THEY SAY ITS TRUE LOVE XD

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    • 202.156.150.162 wrote:
      THERE HAS TO BE A SEQUEL!!!!!! :) HAKU LOOKS LIKE A GIRL (12 SRSLY) WAY TOO YOUNG FOR LOVE! XD ZENIBA AND KAMAJI HAVE NO IDEA WHEN THEY SAY ITS TRUE LOVE XD

      Um. No. It doesn't matter what age you are. So what if they're young? Love is love, and we loved our parents and siblings before we knew what love was, when we were babies. You don't have to be a certain age to love someone romantically. If that was the way it worked, strong love wouldn't be unconditional. It's foolish and naive to think that romantic love comes with age. And anyway, I love the pairing, I have since I was a kid. I've been wishing so hard for a Spirited Away 2, although it may not be as good as the original. It would be great! 

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    • will there actually be 2 part? does anyone know?

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    • There's actually a Part 2 of Spirited Away at FanFiction. It may be a story created from a Fan, but when you read it, you can actually picture the whole scene in your mind. It's Happy, Sad, Angry.. Alot of feelings is inside... There's 2 part of the story One is from Chihiro's Perspective(Spirited Away: Aways Here) while the other is from Haku's Perspective(Spirited Away: Through these Emerald Eyes). "SpoilerMode : Chihiro goes back to the Spirit World and live Happily Ever After"

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    • 182.54.231.22 wrote:
      There's actually a Part 2 of Spirited Away at FanFiction. It may be a story created from a Fan, but when you read it, you can actually picture the whole scene in your mind. It's Happy, Sad, Angry.. Alot of feelings is inside... There's 2 part of the story One is from Chihiro's Perspective(Spirited Away: Aways Here) while the other is from Haku's Perspective(Spirited Away: Through these Emerald Eyes). "SpoilerMode : Chihiro goes back to the Spirit World and live Happily Ever After"

      Actually it's true but the title is Spirited away : Return to the Spirit World.. 

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    • they didnt even kiss!!!
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    • I just hope there is another sequel. Ive been waiting for so long. This movie is really inspiring and there is lots of emotions around it. Promise is something someone not suppose to break. Haku have to meet up to his promise and meet her. Just hope for at least one more sequel where they all grow up and life evolve all around them.

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    • A great set up for  sequel would be if   as time goes on, Chihiro eventually forgets about her time in the spirit world. Her only reminder of that world is indescriable feeling she had while she was there and her hair tie fom Zaniba. From time to time she would feel as though someone (Haku) is watching, not in a creepy way but she can feel the sincerity of someone's gaze as if someone was watching over her. Some stuff happens to Chihiro, she begins to feel disconnected from the human world, out pops Haku, takes her to the spirit world again. The End. I'll leave the rest up to your imaginations lol. Some fan fictions out there are pretty damn good, they paint a Miyazaki-like world.

      However, I honestly don't think there will be a sequel. If there is, i highly doubt Chihiro and Haku will be main characters, they'll probably have cameo or brief apperances at most. I just feel that the way the movie ended, there wasn't a cliff hanger and it felt as though Chihiro's story had come to an end, although it did leave us to draw our own conclusions hence this thread. 

      Another reason why I think there won't be a sequel is due to the fact that Miyazaki started production of Spirted Away with a mostly-complete story board and basically no script. That's why it felt so original and fresh, I honestly don't think he ever intended to make a sequel. The same applies for all his other films! Originality!

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    • Iffyguy wrote:
      Since he's free, he could probably go anywhere.

      In the japanese version it says that he goes back to his world (and since in that version it refers to the spirits as gods we can only assume he means the world of the gods)

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    • 63.78.118.227 wrote:
      202.156.150.162 wrote:
      THERE HAS TO BE A SEQUEL!!!!!! :) HAKU LOOKS LIKE A GIRL (12 SRSLY) WAY TOO YOUNG FOR LOVE! XD ZENIBA AND KAMAJI HAVE NO IDEA WHEN THEY SAY ITS TRUE LOVE XD
      Um. No. It doesn't matter what age you are. So what if they're young? Love is love, and we loved our parents and siblings before we knew what love was, when we were babies. You don't have to be a certain age to love someone romantically. If that was the way it worked, strong love wouldn't be unconditional. It's foolish and naive to think that romantic love comes with age. And anyway, I love the pairing, I have since I was a kid. I've been wishing so hard for a Spirited Away 2, although it may not be as good as the original. It would be great! 

      Gosh, they're 10 and 12. it's supposed to be about friendship...

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    • 59.189.198.243 wrote:
      I just hope there is another sequel. Ive been waiting for so long. This movie is really inspiring and there is lots of emotions around it. Promise is something someone not suppose to break. Haku have to meet up to his promise and meet her. Just hope for at least one more sequel where they all grow up and life evolve all around them.

      I honestly think it's best without a sequel. After all, since Haku essentially went back to the afterlife when this was all over, Chihiro would have to die to see him again. 

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    • All and all, this is a beautiful story, and as everyone pointed out there, no offcial sequel coming. Plus, in all Hayao Miyazaki's work, have any of you heard if a sequel? Yeah, I'm not really that satisfied with the ending either, but hey, I'm happy I've watched this one :).

      So fanfiction sequel, anyone welcome to read that, in fact, maybe you can even create your own fan-sequel. Have fun in writing!

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    • The fanfictions are actually nice BUT failed. Why? Because Miyazaki himself said that Chihiro forgets everything about her encounters on the spirit world when she left. Haku quits the apprentice too, so there's no way they are going back to the spirit world.

      Plus if you haven't heard, there is a 30 second clip at the end of Spirited Away after the credits. It is about Haku and Chihiro! Haku will be Chihiro's new classmate and neighbor.  

      PLEASE NOTE that the clip is only available at the ORIGINAL DVD of the movie, or in another words, the japanese DVD. Means we have to go to Japan to buy the ori one. And the clip is available too at the Ghibli Museum at Japan.

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    • 118.137.211.10 wrote:
      The fanfictions are actually nice BUT failed. Why? Because Miyazaki himself said that Chihiro forgets everything about her encounters on the spirit world when she left. Haku quits the apprentice too, so there's no way they are going back to the spirit world.

      You are forgetting that in fanfictions, the authors can change details/facts or events, such as Chihiro forgetting her memories and instead remembering everything, when writing their stories. That's one of the biggest (and most appreciated) parts of fanfiction, since the authors write either what they believe should or would have occured instead, almost always with a different event or details/facts in order to have a different story than the canon one; in Spirited Away fanfiction sequels, normally Chihiro remembers everything about the Spirit World, especially Haku.

      But for the main purpose of this coversation, if you look more closely at my post, you will see that I asked, "And if they somehow met up with each other, would Chihiro's memories of everything come back (eventually)? So, once they meet in school and as neighbors, I was also asking, even if took quite a bit of time, especially since Haku changed into a human boy from the Kohaku River spirit for this clip, would she ever remember anything about the Spirit World after "re-meeting" him? We also don't know if Haku doesn't remember anything now, although he could pass into the human world and go into his river beforehand, so he probably does remember.

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    • there HAS to be a spirited away 2 :return to the spirit world movie i read a fanfic it was actually really good but i want a movie!

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    • my name is Peyton im 10 and i love the studio ghibli films they are so breathtaking and gorgeos it amazes me i REALLY hope there will be a sequel for spirited away they HAVE to make a sequel Haku needs to keep his promise i read a great fanfic it was amazing but i still really want a movie if there comes a sequel i want Chihiro to go on i mission of emotions to make herself a spirit so she can become immortal so she can live with Haku forever and when she turns into a spirit they go into their dragon forms and fly together <3 i wish i was Chihiro.

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    • I have read multiple fanfictions, some of which are good and 1 was absolutely spectacular, even though the grammar and spelling wasn't always correct in every chapter, as if it was the transcript of the movie sequel.

      But keep wishing--we're most likely not going to get a movie sequel, Spirited Away 2. Miyazaki doesn't normally do sequels, and although he recently retired and his son now owns Studio Ghibli, it's very unlikely that his son will do sequels, either. As much as I want one, even though sequels or at least sequels of cartoon/anime movies instead of "real-life" types are hardly as good as the original, it would be extremely nice to have the "cliffhanger" of the original beginning movie have a true ending of what really happens after Chihiro and Haku are freed and remember their real names instead of trying to imagine in so many ways what happens and how it does; fanfiction authors can always change events and such for their stories in order to go along with what they think should have happened, so any more fanfics wouldn't have to worry about the sequel if it actually happened.

      It's been over a decade since Spirited Away was created and also then translated to English for us; I highly doubt, even if Miyazaki's son decides to start sequels of most of his father's anime movies, there won't be a sequel until I'm 100 years old. Regardless of there even having been a petition of creating a sequel, Miyazaki never did; I wish there was a way to talk to his son and convince him to creating an ending sequel that answers all of our questions, and if it creates any other questions, that they aren't big and it's not a big deal if there isn't a third movie and it's okay to imagine that time of the outcome.

      But it was made 2001 and it's almost 2016--unless someone can actually speak and convince either Miyazaki (despite him being retired) or his son to create a sequel, the best chance of a "movie" are those fanfiction stories.

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    • hey its Peyton again do you think they will at least make a book

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    • The "books" made are the fanfiction stories. That's the best we get at either a sequel movie or a sequel book. Studio Ghibli is about films, not graphic novels or writing novels; we do that.

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    • I don't find reality fun anymore after watching this film! I'm really sad about not getting a sequel for this movie! But the thing is even if Hayou Miyazaki's son makes a sequel it wont be the same old Studio Ghibli film that the whole family can injoy to be honest I've seen Tales To Earth's Sea by his son and I didn't like it since Hayou Miyazaki has retired Studio Ghibli will never be the same. =(

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    • I live in Minnesota so it is really hard to find studio ghibli movies and merchandise the only places you can get merch is hot topic or online and hot topic is almost 2 hours away

                                           -Peyton =3
      
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    • 173.85.11.254 wrote: I live in Minnesota so it is really hard to find studio ghibli movies and merchandise the only places you can get merch is hot topic or online and hot topic is almost 2 hours away

                                           -Peyton =3 fellow fan
      
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    • Mistystar31 wrote: The "books" made are the fanfiction stories. That's the best we get at either a sequel movie or a sequel book. Studio Ghibli is about films, not graphic novels or writing novels; we do that.

      I tried to make a fanfic but school got in the away and I forgot about it till now =(

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    • Is there any possibility that someone, such as in the petition (I think new people are still adding to the amount of people wanting a sequel in the petition), will ever be able to speak with Miyazaki or his son and convince either of them to make Spirited Away 2?

      Maybe if someone could speak with that English guy, a good friend of Miyazaki, at the begining of the movie who always says, "You are lucky. You are about to see Spirited Away.", then maybe he could convince his friend to make the sequel.

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    • u know its all about prostitution right?

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    • 99.29.178.1 wrote:
      63.78.118.227 wrote:
      202.156.150.162 wrote:
      THERE HAS TO BE A SEQUEL!!!!!! :) HAKU LOOKS LIKE A GIRL (12 SRSLY) WAY TOO YOUNG FOR LOVE! XD ZENIBA AND KAMAJI HAVE NO IDEA WHEN THEY SAY ITS TRUE LOVE XD
      Um. No. It doesn't matter what age you are. So what if they're young? Love is love, and we loved our parents and siblings before we knew what love was, when we were babies. You don't have to be a certain age to love someone romantically. If that was the way it worked, strong love wouldn't be unconditional. It's foolish and naive to think that romantic love comes with age. And anyway, I love the pairing, I have since I was a kid. I've been wishing so hard for a Spirited Away 2, although it may not be as good as the original. It would be great! 
      Gosh, they're 10 and 12. it's supposed to be about friendsh

      u know its all about prostitution right?

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    • Mistystar31 wrote: Is there any possibility that someone, such as in the petition (I think new people are still adding to the amount of people wanting a sequel in the petition), will ever be able to speak with Miyazaki or his son and convince either of them to make Spirited Away 2?

      Maybe if someone could speak with that English guy, a good friend of Miyazaki, at the begining of the movie who always says, "You are lucky. You are about to see Spirited Away.", then maybe he could convince his friend to make the sequel.

      I hope all the fans can try to speak up and someday get what we have all have been waiting for -Peyton

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    • So I'm seeing that everyone thinks that Haku is around 12 years old but thats what he looks like he probably wants to look like a 12 year old, and we actully don't know how long he has been on the planet for, he says he known Chihiro since she was a baby. So we can't just assume he is 12 he's a spirit and he can live eternally so for all we know his could be in his 50's and we don't know, so stop asumming that he is 12 because he probalbly not.

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    • 203.29.152.251 wrote:

      So I'm seeing that everyone thinks that Haku is around 12 years old but that's what he looks like. He probably wants to look like a 12 year old, and we actually don't know how long he has been on the planet for; he says he has known Chihiro since she was a baby. So we can't just assume he is 12; he's a spirit and he can live eternally, so for all we know his could be in his 50's and we don't know, so stop asumming that he is 12 because he's probably not.

      Not everyone thinks he is 12--I agree with your post, even though Haku knew Chihiro as a young child but not exactly a baby. I even wrote in a much earlier post up above that Haku is an immortal spirit who only appears as 12 years old. We don't know his true age, and his river could have been on Earth since the start of time before it was filled up and covered with apartments in Chihiro's time. The spirits have magic, so it's possible that they can change their appearance to however they think of themselves in age even if it's not their true age, how they think they should look, or how they are most comfortable looking.

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    • It's fair to say that i would LOVE LOVE LOVE there to be a Spirited Away 2 as much as u guys do! But i havn't read any of the fanficyions since i got hooked up on it like last week! i didn't even know the movie existed until then and i was in love with it. i have pictures of Haku and Chihiro on my ipad!

      So..i don't think that Chihiro will forget about Haku because quote "Everything that happens stay in side you...even if you can't remember it!" says zenniba in the japanese- english subtitles. So she will have a faint memory, and when Chihiro meets Haku she can have a sense of similarity, like she met him once upon a time.

      Also i want to know if Chihiro really does go to the spirite world again will she see Lin and Kamaji again? Also if she does, Subaba will most likely remember Chihiro's name and then what will happen, pretty much 3 people know her name.

      I hope and pray that there will be a Spirited away 2 soon!!!!!

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    • Continueing from my last post up above. i have a theory for Haku. Everyone is saying he's 12 (i read the comments above so dont hate me for bringing it up again) but i personally think he looks 13 and the looks between chihiro and him are about 1-2 years difference. ok going back to my theory. HE is the spirit of the Kohaku river right? But how did he become the spirit of the Kohaku rivere, there is usually a story behind it, mainly including mortals.

      Here's my theory, Haku must have to die to become a spirit? If he was a mortal before. But if he just suddeny appeared and the gods created the rivers and he was supposedly the "spirit" of the river i guess that's a story. But i think that from the style of clothing he was wearing he was a boy that lived a long time ago, something awful happened to him and he maybe ran away to the "river". Maybe he drowned in the Kohaku river intentionally or maybe by accident like Chihiro. If Haku wasnt there for Chihiro, she would have died.

      Some other myths also include that maybe the mortal boy (Haku) cried tears and it became a river! The river has to have a connection to Haku. So when he died he became the Spirit of the Kohaku river. So he can turn into his spirit animal a dragon. There is also reincarnation and stuff but that will need a bigger post. Haha! So he dies again cause the river was replaced with buildings and he travels to the land where Yubaba is the mistress. And since he is dead, the dead don't exactly need to change clothes, so he is stuck with the same clothes he died in. But in the Japanese with english subtitles, it said that the river flows underground now, while in the english dubbed, they say it got filled up and became appartments, meaning no under ground river. so since the Japanese with english subtitles is mostly correct we can assume that Haku is not exactly dead because the river is still flowing. So he can come back to the human world. this may seem really confusing and it's because i just woke up like a few minutes ago, because i was thinking about it for 3 days and nights.

      In conclusion, Haku will mostlikely be able to visit Chihiro because his river is not exactly gone. it flows under ground like an aquifer. So that is my post and it's a long one. Soz guys!

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    • A lot of you are hoping for a sequel, and yes, that would be great, but I think Miyazaki intended to end it like this. The whole story of Chihiro and Haku brings us back our childhood where our creative and carefree minds thrived and dreams came true--I think Miyazaki wanted us to use our imaginations to create endings that suit each and one of us(: Which is also why I think the fanfictions are great too! And look, even in this small post, there's numerous tales of Haku and Chihiro's endings, all which suit us individually.

      I'm sure Miyazaki is loving all the imaginative stories we created from his work of art. Instead of hoping for a Spirited Away 2, I think we should just thank him for his constant inspiration and dreams he has given us.

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    • Yeah i guess ur right. And i have read many fan fics but two r my favs! So keep 'em fan fics comin'!

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    • 118.137.211.10 wrote:
      The fanfictions are actually nice BUT failed. Why? Because Miyazaki himself said that Chihiro forgets everything about her encounters on the spirit world when she left. Haku quits the apprentice too, so there's no way they are going back to the spirit world.

      Plus if you haven't heard, there is a 30 second clip at the end of Spirited Away after the credits. It is about Haku and Chihiro! Haku will be Chihiro's new classmate and neighbor.  

      PLEASE NOTE that the clip is only available at the ORIGINAL DVD of the movie, or in another words, the japanese DVD. Means we have to go to Japan to buy the ori one. And the clip is available too at the Ghibli Museum at Japan.

      I tried looking that up but I was not able to find it. Also that clip is probably enough of a good ending.

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    • If we all signed a petition i bet would could get them thinking about it!?! 

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    • I made up my own story for an after the fact that takes place many years later. Where chihiro is an elder woman and has the melancholy memories of a time passed she cant remember where she attained them. She tells them to her grankids Chinatsu and Fumi and they end up in the spirit world.

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    • I think there shouldn't be a sequel as it woul probably kill everything we might imagine. Ghibli Movies were at their best when Miyazaki Hayao still was at it I think. His son might or might not uphold his tradition of beautiful stories full of emotion with that certain kind of open ending - but he also might go different ways. We'll be looking forward to what his son might come up with but what I don't wanna see for several reasons is a sequel of any of the former movies. You want a continuation? Use your imagination and paint it or write it down or just keep it in your heart and cherish it until your kids are old enough to have it told to them...

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    • They should make part 2 a hentai! :D

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    • They should really make a part 2. I really want to see it. So bad 

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    • I want to see spirited away 2 return to the spirit world also O

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    • hey guys, I need some help

      I want to see SPIRITED AWAY 2 but I can´t find it. I looked everywhere burt still nothing. 

      Do you know where I can whatch it in english.? If yes, it would be really nice if you could write it here so that I can find it. 

      Would be really nice. 

      Thank you!

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    • So... From what I have heard from rummors, there will be a second part/movie that tells about the both of them, but it is about 5 years after the first story... It might come out after the summer of 2016.

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    • Fuuny I never wanted a sequel so much for me personaly the movie resolved evrithing I wanted the resolution for also I did not want it to be buchered like so many movies get whith a sequel but it is movimakers desison I have no control over them nobody does

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    • It would be nice if they make a 2nd movie BUT I think the movie was filmed in such way so you will imagine the end... For example some people say Haku will return to the word of gods and some others say Chihiro will have to die to meet him... I would like a happy end like for example he will be free and they will meet as humans. The magic world will be better and they could go and visit the place as a family. ^_^ Personally I think is really sad (one version) she has to die to see the one sho loves. :( Also...someone said they are only 12 how can they love... whaat? Seriously!? When they say love It doesn't mean sex or kisses all the time and stuf like that! Oh please..When you love someone it means you will do anything for him/her and you will always be there no mayter what.This is what the movie shows..Chihiro travells with the train and risks her life because she really love and care about Haku and Haku protected Chihiro and saved her from becoming invisible because he loves and care about her. Also he mentioned that he didn't remember his name and he remembered hers.. This is cery cute and rare those days.... and we should really appreciate it.

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    • I have never wanted a sequel to a movie so badly...

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    • I would love a 2nd Spirited away.. I fell head over heels of the movie Spirited away. This is one favorite movie I hope they make a 2nd.

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    • Mistystar31 wrote: Even though there isn't an actual movie sequel, how would Haku stay true to his promise and meet Chihiro again?  His river is mainly filled up, with apartments on top of it, and that is his connection to the human world.  Sure, he stopped being Yubaba's apprentice after Chihiro left and got his full name back, but how would he go see her again?  Is he allowed anywhere in the human world besides his (former) river?  And if they somehow met up with each other, would Chihiro's memories of everything come back (eventually)?

      Yes.

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    • I just read 26 chapters of a sequel someone wrote online, it was amazing in my opinion, very satisfying in how it all happens and ends. I just googled spirited away 2 and in one of the links was the story.

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    • 71.229.56.92 wrote: I just read 26 chapters of a sequel someone wrote online, it was amazing in my opinion, very satisfying in how it all happens and ends. I just googled spirited away 2 and in one of the links was the story.

      Was it Spirited Away: The After Story? That story has 47 chapters and Chihiro and Haku reunite, get married and have a child together.

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    • Miyanlove wrote:
      We all hope for a sequel Spirited Away, however, sadly, since Hayao Miyazaki already retired, so any possiblitity to know their outcomes, maybe just through fan-made stories about them... 

      Its so cute to read like these old comments knowing that there is now planned to be a published sequal in 2018. 

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    • 2602:306:C5AA:FD30:2CB0:A276:B33C:FD7B wrote:

      Miyanlove wrote:
      We all hope for a sequel Spirited Away, however, sadly, since Hayao Miyazaki already retired, so any possiblitity to know their outcomes, maybe just through fan-made stories about them... 

      Its so cute to read like these old comments knowing that there is now planned to be a published sequal in 2018. 

      Cute indeed XD

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    • I think that Spirited Away is a great movie and that it deserves a sequel. However, like you all said, it's next to impossible for an official release. But, THANKFULLY THERE IS HOPE. On 2018, they said their might be something in the works...

      ~아야

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    • 110.54.151.9 wrote:
      I think that Spirited Away is a great movie and that it deserves a sequel. However, like you all said, it's next to impossible for an official release. But, THANKFULLY THERE IS HOPE. On 2018, they said their might be something in the works...

      ~아야

      IF THERE IS A SEQUEL I'M GOING TO SCREAM

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    • Where did you see a confirmed sequel? All I can find for Spurred Away 2 is this thread and a lot of fan videos and fanfictions

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    • There's no such sequel in the works.

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    • Aggression25 don’t be a Debbie downer. I have hope that there will be a sequel, The movie lends itself to having a sequel.

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