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All Time Top Five
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Jinko Gotoh

Producer

Jinko Gotoho, Producer of the animated movie Klaus, lists her all time top five movies.

1

Lady and the Tramp

1955

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It was the first film I ever saw. It was magical and depicted the USA, where I would soon be moving.

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Lady and the Tramp
1955
75 Mins | G
A pet cocker spaniel falls in love with a jaunty mutt who protects her.


2

Lady Sings the Blues

1972

As a young teenager, it took me to darker emotional places than I ever knew existed.

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Lady Sings the Blues
1972
144 Mins | R
Billie Holiday goes from brothel maid to heroin-addicted singing star, losing the man she loves.


3

All That Jazz

1979

I was struck by how Fosse turned his semi-autobiography into the fantasy musical of a destructive, mad, creative genius.

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All That Jazz
1979
123 Mins | R
A Broadway choreographer's (Roy Scheider) pace catches up to him.


4

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

1988

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Seeing the film made me realize it’s my time to be working in animation.

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit
1988
104 Mins | PG
A 1940s Los Angeles private eye (Bob Hoskins) helps a cartoon rabbit beat a murder rap.


5

Amelie From Montmartre

2001

Love Amelie, a character who lets her imagination roam freely, finding simple pleasures of life, and secretly affect the lives of those around her.

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Amelie From Montmartre
2001
121 Mins | R
A woman (Audrey Tautou) tries to enrich the lives of those around her.


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